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Top 3 New Food Concepts to Try this Fall

Healthy by nature

The Faculty Student Association (FSA) and CulinArt worked together this summer to make your day better this fall. By focusing on incorporating student feedback into the daily dining experience, these new concepts bring more customization and flexibility to menu options. So get ready to enjoy great eats offering healthy fare and “street foods” to revamped menus featuring your favorites.

Healthy by Nature
Healthy by Nature is a new retail concept at East Side Dining that features fresh whole foods prepared with clean, healthy ingredients. Choose from a menu filled with natural fruits and veggies, quinoa, açai and avocado.  Customize your smoothies or juice and be sure to try the breakfast, grain or broth bowls.

Healthy by nature
Healthy By Nature

Urban Eats
The East Meets West deli had a complete summer makeover to bring “Urban Eats” to Stony Brook. This new concept features a deli, grill, and tasty street foods. You can vote each week by viewing the monitor at Urban Eats and texting CULINARTSBU to 22333. Then pick your favorite street foods to be featured on the menu such as empanadas, mac and cheese bowls, street tacos, poke bowls, nachos and more.

Urban eats
Urban Eats

Bob’s Grill at West Side Dine-In
A student favorite, Bob’s Grill at West Side dine-in, named after distinguished professor Robert (Bob) Kerber, has an exciting menu lineup which includes many customizable options such as burritos, tacos, crepes, waffles and fried chicken, wings, gyros, and zeppolis. Be sure to download the Nutrislice app to check out the daily menus.

Bobs grill
Bob’s Grill

And more to come…
Plans are already under way for new options for spring so keep the feedback coming. You can always submit feedback online to let Campus Dining know your favorite dining venues and menu options as well as discuss new items you would like to see featured.

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