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The Wolf Howl

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The Wolf Howl

How to Spend a Day at Andersen Fiesta Shopping Center

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Sophia Medal

Do you enjoy unique varieties of foods and stores? Are you looking for a local weekend spot? The Andersen Fiesta Shopping Center is the right place for your next outing!

For those with a sweet tooth, 85°C Bakery is an affordable place with seemingly endless baked goods as far as the eye can see! In a buffet-style line, you can select as many sweet and savory items as you like, with options ranging from spicy sausages to taro buns. In addition, their menu provides refreshing coffee, tea, and smoothies that can go with whatever pastry you select. 

For those who don’t have a sweet tooth, Kura Revolving Sushi should be next on your bucket list! This popular sushi spot is most well known for its delicious sushi and prizes that come with each plate that you eat. If you come with an appetite, you can leave with a free keychain or tote bag depending on how many plates you finish. Should you come before the end of August, you can try some of their seasonal items, such as Sockeye Salmon and Tuna Sashimi.

Don’t have an appetite? There’s still plenty of fun that can be had, such as in the popular Japanese dollar store, Daiso! Daiso is mostly known for its affordable stationary and lifestyle items all designed with their own cute flair. With unique selections of items for low prices, there’s something cute for everyone. 

The Andersen Fiesta Shopping Center has a lot to offer to anyone who comes to visit. Boasting 50 shops, there’s something for everyone to try and love.

 

 

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Sophia Medal, Reporter
Sophia Medal is a sophomore in CHS and is a reporter for the news howl. Last year she briefly joined  the wolf howl last year as a guest writer for an article on Boba. Now that she is fully in the wolf howl she can write more articles she is serious about. Like the poor quality of air and water. She was introduced to the newspaper because her 9th grade English teacher saw that she would be a good fit. She took the newspaper course because it was a no-brainer. She likes writing and wanted another elective that sounded fun along with the fact that wants to share her ideas and opinions with people in a unique way so people can understand better. When she graduates she wants to have a career in marketing.