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Student Who Ran Restaurant Out of His Dorm Room Forced to Close Up Shop

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Columbia University student entrepreneur forced to shut down his dorm dinner series and move out of his apartment

Columbia University terminated Jonah Reider’s lease, effective May 31.

Do you remember the genius student at Columbia University who operated a mini restaurant out of his dorm? Although Pith, Jonah Reider’s dinner series, experienced its share of notoriety and a months-long waiting list, Columbia University housing has booted the young entrepreneur. He has been asked to leave the faculty dorm where he currently lives and cooks.

“I am writing to inform you that I will terminate your sublease effective May 31, 2016 per Columbia Housing’s instructions,” said his landlord, a professor, in an email obtained by the Wall Street Journal. “Ongoing issues that have been relayed to me by the university have made this necessary.”

The message specifically cited “condition hazardous to all tenants in the building.”

A Columbia spokesperson denied to comment on the situation. Reider, as always, has maintained that his dinner series is not a business. He only charges a dinner admission fee to cover overhead costs of preparation.

“I thought I was doing really well,” Reider told The Wall Street Journal, “but I’m not making any money from this, and I’m about to get booted from my apartment.”

Reider is set to graduate from Columbia University later this month, and may continue Pith in some form or another — this time in a regular apartment building instead of dormitory housing.


Dickson Street Waffle House closed for business

Workers remove the sign from the former Waffle House location on Dickson Street.

Posts circulating on social media last month indicated that the Waffle House location on Dickson Street would soon close for business. Employees said they’d been given the news, but the manager on duty wouldn’t confirm those rumors at the time.

The restaurant indeed closed for good on Nov. 11, and a crew on Tuesday was spotted removing the sign from the building. A note posted on the door simply stated “closed” (with a sad face drawn as inside the “o”).

The restaurant opened in 2011 on the ground floor of The Dickson. It was a bit of an unconventional location for the chain that had more typically focused on stand-alone buildings around the country near interchanges, though at the time, more urban-style Waffle Houses were popping up around the country.

Waffle House still operates a location in Fayetteville at 2311 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.

Next up, it appears as though a company called Insomnia Cookies is set to move into the location. The New York-based company that operates around 100 locations nationally, recently announced plans for a Fayetteville location on Facebook. According to an application filed with the Arkansas Department of Health, the shop will be located at 609 W. Dickson Street, Suite 202 inside a space on the ground floor of The Dickson.

The menu focuses on cookies sold individually, in packs, as cookie sandwiches, and in the form of cookie cakes for special occasions. Most locations are open late, and offer delivery. The company was founded by then-University of Pennsylvania college student Seth Berkowitz in 2003, according to the company’s website. Berkowitz ran the company from his dorm room, before eventually opening his first brick-and-mortar location in Syracuse, New York in 2006. According to reports, Krispy Kreme (the doughnut company) acquired a majority stake in the company over the summer.


Dickson Street Waffle House closed for business

Workers remove the sign from the former Waffle House location on Dickson Street.

Posts circulating on social media last month indicated that the Waffle House location on Dickson Street would soon close for business. Employees said they’d been given the news, but the manager on duty wouldn’t confirm those rumors at the time.

The restaurant indeed closed for good on Nov. 11, and a crew on Tuesday was spotted removing the sign from the building. A note posted on the door simply stated “closed” (with a sad face drawn as inside the “o”).

The restaurant opened in 2011 on the ground floor of The Dickson. It was a bit of an unconventional location for the chain that had more typically focused on stand-alone buildings around the country near interchanges, though at the time, more urban-style Waffle Houses were popping up around the country.

Waffle House still operates a location in Fayetteville at 2311 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.

Next up, it appears as though a company called Insomnia Cookies is set to move into the location. The New York-based company that operates around 100 locations nationally, recently announced plans for a Fayetteville location on Facebook. According to an application filed with the Arkansas Department of Health, the shop will be located at 609 W. Dickson Street, Suite 202 inside a space on the ground floor of The Dickson.

The menu focuses on cookies sold individually, in packs, as cookie sandwiches, and in the form of cookie cakes for special occasions. Most locations are open late, and offer delivery. The company was founded by then-University of Pennsylvania college student Seth Berkowitz in 2003, according to the company’s website. Berkowitz ran the company from his dorm room, before eventually opening his first brick-and-mortar location in Syracuse, New York in 2006. According to reports, Krispy Kreme (the doughnut company) acquired a majority stake in the company over the summer.


Dickson Street Waffle House closed for business

Workers remove the sign from the former Waffle House location on Dickson Street.

Posts circulating on social media last month indicated that the Waffle House location on Dickson Street would soon close for business. Employees said they’d been given the news, but the manager on duty wouldn’t confirm those rumors at the time.

The restaurant indeed closed for good on Nov. 11, and a crew on Tuesday was spotted removing the sign from the building. A note posted on the door simply stated “closed” (with a sad face drawn as inside the “o”).

The restaurant opened in 2011 on the ground floor of The Dickson. It was a bit of an unconventional location for the chain that had more typically focused on stand-alone buildings around the country near interchanges, though at the time, more urban-style Waffle Houses were popping up around the country.

Waffle House still operates a location in Fayetteville at 2311 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.

Next up, it appears as though a company called Insomnia Cookies is set to move into the location. The New York-based company that operates around 100 locations nationally, recently announced plans for a Fayetteville location on Facebook. According to an application filed with the Arkansas Department of Health, the shop will be located at 609 W. Dickson Street, Suite 202 inside a space on the ground floor of The Dickson.

The menu focuses on cookies sold individually, in packs, as cookie sandwiches, and in the form of cookie cakes for special occasions. Most locations are open late, and offer delivery. The company was founded by then-University of Pennsylvania college student Seth Berkowitz in 2003, according to the company’s website. Berkowitz ran the company from his dorm room, before eventually opening his first brick-and-mortar location in Syracuse, New York in 2006. According to reports, Krispy Kreme (the doughnut company) acquired a majority stake in the company over the summer.


Dickson Street Waffle House closed for business

Workers remove the sign from the former Waffle House location on Dickson Street.

Posts circulating on social media last month indicated that the Waffle House location on Dickson Street would soon close for business. Employees said they’d been given the news, but the manager on duty wouldn’t confirm those rumors at the time.

The restaurant indeed closed for good on Nov. 11, and a crew on Tuesday was spotted removing the sign from the building. A note posted on the door simply stated “closed” (with a sad face drawn as inside the “o”).

The restaurant opened in 2011 on the ground floor of The Dickson. It was a bit of an unconventional location for the chain that had more typically focused on stand-alone buildings around the country near interchanges, though at the time, more urban-style Waffle Houses were popping up around the country.

Waffle House still operates a location in Fayetteville at 2311 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.

Next up, it appears as though a company called Insomnia Cookies is set to move into the location. The New York-based company that operates around 100 locations nationally, recently announced plans for a Fayetteville location on Facebook. According to an application filed with the Arkansas Department of Health, the shop will be located at 609 W. Dickson Street, Suite 202 inside a space on the ground floor of The Dickson.

The menu focuses on cookies sold individually, in packs, as cookie sandwiches, and in the form of cookie cakes for special occasions. Most locations are open late, and offer delivery. The company was founded by then-University of Pennsylvania college student Seth Berkowitz in 2003, according to the company’s website. Berkowitz ran the company from his dorm room, before eventually opening his first brick-and-mortar location in Syracuse, New York in 2006. According to reports, Krispy Kreme (the doughnut company) acquired a majority stake in the company over the summer.


Dickson Street Waffle House closed for business

Workers remove the sign from the former Waffle House location on Dickson Street.

Posts circulating on social media last month indicated that the Waffle House location on Dickson Street would soon close for business. Employees said they’d been given the news, but the manager on duty wouldn’t confirm those rumors at the time.

The restaurant indeed closed for good on Nov. 11, and a crew on Tuesday was spotted removing the sign from the building. A note posted on the door simply stated “closed” (with a sad face drawn as inside the “o”).

The restaurant opened in 2011 on the ground floor of The Dickson. It was a bit of an unconventional location for the chain that had more typically focused on stand-alone buildings around the country near interchanges, though at the time, more urban-style Waffle Houses were popping up around the country.

Waffle House still operates a location in Fayetteville at 2311 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.

Next up, it appears as though a company called Insomnia Cookies is set to move into the location. The New York-based company that operates around 100 locations nationally, recently announced plans for a Fayetteville location on Facebook. According to an application filed with the Arkansas Department of Health, the shop will be located at 609 W. Dickson Street, Suite 202 inside a space on the ground floor of The Dickson.

The menu focuses on cookies sold individually, in packs, as cookie sandwiches, and in the form of cookie cakes for special occasions. Most locations are open late, and offer delivery. The company was founded by then-University of Pennsylvania college student Seth Berkowitz in 2003, according to the company’s website. Berkowitz ran the company from his dorm room, before eventually opening his first brick-and-mortar location in Syracuse, New York in 2006. According to reports, Krispy Kreme (the doughnut company) acquired a majority stake in the company over the summer.


Dickson Street Waffle House closed for business

Workers remove the sign from the former Waffle House location on Dickson Street.

Posts circulating on social media last month indicated that the Waffle House location on Dickson Street would soon close for business. Employees said they’d been given the news, but the manager on duty wouldn’t confirm those rumors at the time.

The restaurant indeed closed for good on Nov. 11, and a crew on Tuesday was spotted removing the sign from the building. A note posted on the door simply stated “closed” (with a sad face drawn as inside the “o”).

The restaurant opened in 2011 on the ground floor of The Dickson. It was a bit of an unconventional location for the chain that had more typically focused on stand-alone buildings around the country near interchanges, though at the time, more urban-style Waffle Houses were popping up around the country.

Waffle House still operates a location in Fayetteville at 2311 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.

Next up, it appears as though a company called Insomnia Cookies is set to move into the location. The New York-based company that operates around 100 locations nationally, recently announced plans for a Fayetteville location on Facebook. According to an application filed with the Arkansas Department of Health, the shop will be located at 609 W. Dickson Street, Suite 202 inside a space on the ground floor of The Dickson.

The menu focuses on cookies sold individually, in packs, as cookie sandwiches, and in the form of cookie cakes for special occasions. Most locations are open late, and offer delivery. The company was founded by then-University of Pennsylvania college student Seth Berkowitz in 2003, according to the company’s website. Berkowitz ran the company from his dorm room, before eventually opening his first brick-and-mortar location in Syracuse, New York in 2006. According to reports, Krispy Kreme (the doughnut company) acquired a majority stake in the company over the summer.


Dickson Street Waffle House closed for business

Workers remove the sign from the former Waffle House location on Dickson Street.

Posts circulating on social media last month indicated that the Waffle House location on Dickson Street would soon close for business. Employees said they’d been given the news, but the manager on duty wouldn’t confirm those rumors at the time.

The restaurant indeed closed for good on Nov. 11, and a crew on Tuesday was spotted removing the sign from the building. A note posted on the door simply stated “closed” (with a sad face drawn as inside the “o”).

The restaurant opened in 2011 on the ground floor of The Dickson. It was a bit of an unconventional location for the chain that had more typically focused on stand-alone buildings around the country near interchanges, though at the time, more urban-style Waffle Houses were popping up around the country.

Waffle House still operates a location in Fayetteville at 2311 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.

Next up, it appears as though a company called Insomnia Cookies is set to move into the location. The New York-based company that operates around 100 locations nationally, recently announced plans for a Fayetteville location on Facebook. According to an application filed with the Arkansas Department of Health, the shop will be located at 609 W. Dickson Street, Suite 202 inside a space on the ground floor of The Dickson.

The menu focuses on cookies sold individually, in packs, as cookie sandwiches, and in the form of cookie cakes for special occasions. Most locations are open late, and offer delivery. The company was founded by then-University of Pennsylvania college student Seth Berkowitz in 2003, according to the company’s website. Berkowitz ran the company from his dorm room, before eventually opening his first brick-and-mortar location in Syracuse, New York in 2006. According to reports, Krispy Kreme (the doughnut company) acquired a majority stake in the company over the summer.


Dickson Street Waffle House closed for business

Workers remove the sign from the former Waffle House location on Dickson Street.

Posts circulating on social media last month indicated that the Waffle House location on Dickson Street would soon close for business. Employees said they’d been given the news, but the manager on duty wouldn’t confirm those rumors at the time.

The restaurant indeed closed for good on Nov. 11, and a crew on Tuesday was spotted removing the sign from the building. A note posted on the door simply stated “closed” (with a sad face drawn as inside the “o”).

The restaurant opened in 2011 on the ground floor of The Dickson. It was a bit of an unconventional location for the chain that had more typically focused on stand-alone buildings around the country near interchanges, though at the time, more urban-style Waffle Houses were popping up around the country.

Waffle House still operates a location in Fayetteville at 2311 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.

Next up, it appears as though a company called Insomnia Cookies is set to move into the location. The New York-based company that operates around 100 locations nationally, recently announced plans for a Fayetteville location on Facebook. According to an application filed with the Arkansas Department of Health, the shop will be located at 609 W. Dickson Street, Suite 202 inside a space on the ground floor of The Dickson.

The menu focuses on cookies sold individually, in packs, as cookie sandwiches, and in the form of cookie cakes for special occasions. Most locations are open late, and offer delivery. The company was founded by then-University of Pennsylvania college student Seth Berkowitz in 2003, according to the company’s website. Berkowitz ran the company from his dorm room, before eventually opening his first brick-and-mortar location in Syracuse, New York in 2006. According to reports, Krispy Kreme (the doughnut company) acquired a majority stake in the company over the summer.


Dickson Street Waffle House closed for business

Workers remove the sign from the former Waffle House location on Dickson Street.

Posts circulating on social media last month indicated that the Waffle House location on Dickson Street would soon close for business. Employees said they’d been given the news, but the manager on duty wouldn’t confirm those rumors at the time.

The restaurant indeed closed for good on Nov. 11, and a crew on Tuesday was spotted removing the sign from the building. A note posted on the door simply stated “closed” (with a sad face drawn as inside the “o”).

The restaurant opened in 2011 on the ground floor of The Dickson. It was a bit of an unconventional location for the chain that had more typically focused on stand-alone buildings around the country near interchanges, though at the time, more urban-style Waffle Houses were popping up around the country.

Waffle House still operates a location in Fayetteville at 2311 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.

Next up, it appears as though a company called Insomnia Cookies is set to move into the location. The New York-based company that operates around 100 locations nationally, recently announced plans for a Fayetteville location on Facebook. According to an application filed with the Arkansas Department of Health, the shop will be located at 609 W. Dickson Street, Suite 202 inside a space on the ground floor of The Dickson.

The menu focuses on cookies sold individually, in packs, as cookie sandwiches, and in the form of cookie cakes for special occasions. Most locations are open late, and offer delivery. The company was founded by then-University of Pennsylvania college student Seth Berkowitz in 2003, according to the company’s website. Berkowitz ran the company from his dorm room, before eventually opening his first brick-and-mortar location in Syracuse, New York in 2006. According to reports, Krispy Kreme (the doughnut company) acquired a majority stake in the company over the summer.


Dickson Street Waffle House closed for business

Workers remove the sign from the former Waffle House location on Dickson Street.

Posts circulating on social media last month indicated that the Waffle House location on Dickson Street would soon close for business. Employees said they’d been given the news, but the manager on duty wouldn’t confirm those rumors at the time.

The restaurant indeed closed for good on Nov. 11, and a crew on Tuesday was spotted removing the sign from the building. A note posted on the door simply stated “closed” (with a sad face drawn as inside the “o”).

The restaurant opened in 2011 on the ground floor of The Dickson. It was a bit of an unconventional location for the chain that had more typically focused on stand-alone buildings around the country near interchanges, though at the time, more urban-style Waffle Houses were popping up around the country.

Waffle House still operates a location in Fayetteville at 2311 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.

Next up, it appears as though a company called Insomnia Cookies is set to move into the location. The New York-based company that operates around 100 locations nationally, recently announced plans for a Fayetteville location on Facebook. According to an application filed with the Arkansas Department of Health, the shop will be located at 609 W. Dickson Street, Suite 202 inside a space on the ground floor of The Dickson.

The menu focuses on cookies sold individually, in packs, as cookie sandwiches, and in the form of cookie cakes for special occasions. Most locations are open late, and offer delivery. The company was founded by then-University of Pennsylvania college student Seth Berkowitz in 2003, according to the company’s website. Berkowitz ran the company from his dorm room, before eventually opening his first brick-and-mortar location in Syracuse, New York in 2006. According to reports, Krispy Kreme (the doughnut company) acquired a majority stake in the company over the summer.



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