Eating through Bloomington: Anatolia

One of the things that surprised me the most about Bloomington was the amount of cultural diversity that is here. Having come from a big city that had a lot of different restaurants and activities I wasn't sure how I would fare in the Midwest where I assumed it would just be one chain restaurant after another. However, Bloomington is the Midwest's gem and has so much to offer! The Kelley School of Business' location makes it a top business grad school.

This week, I had a Kelley Women Executive Farewell dinner for our second year MBA Program Students at Anatolia. It came highly recommended by one of our officers and we decided to give them a try. A fun example of MBA Student Life, dinner out with friends! The restaurant serves a mixture of Mediterranean and Turkish cuisine. We got the Feta Cheese platter to split and then I ordered Vegetable Moussaka (which came with bread and red lentil soup) Everything was delicious and the atmosphere was very homey. It is great when we can take a break from classes and really enjoy the MBA social life we get to have.

We are really lucky here at Kelley to have so many cultural offerings: the ethnic restaurants that line 4th street, the Ganden Dheling Buddhist temple and all of the wonderful activities at IU, you really get the best MBA college experience here in Bloomington!