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Cooking Up New Dining Options for Fall 2018

You can now make your own Poke bowls at Sushi-Do in Jasmine Food Court.
Visit the all new Avenue C self-checkout micro-market offering hundreds of fresh products at Tabler Quad.
Visit the all new Avenue C self-checkout micro-market offering hundreds of fresh products at Tabler Quad.

Many exciting dining changes are coming to campus this fall! With one successful year already under their belt, CulinArt’s dining team has unveiled their action plan for the coming year — with an emphasis on student requests for more variety, more flavorful dishes, and more healthy menu options.

“The Faculty Student Association (FSA) and CulinArt have been working together to bring forth new menus and concepts that focus on customization and flexibility to create exciting dining options that focus on incorporating student feedback into the daily dining experience on campus,” said Dawn Villacci, FSA Manager for Dining Services.

Get zoodled at Roth Food Court

Some of the most exciting changes are happening at Roth Food Court! Only a short walk from the Student Activities Center (SAC), Roth is a hidden gem.

  • A zoodle machine is coming to Tuscan Bistro, so students can have healthier pasta options in addition to the farrow, quinoa and whole grain pastas already offered.
  • Smash n’ Shake will now have wings! Try boneless and traditional wings with yummy dipping sauces, plus delicious sandwiches like the crispy or grilled chicken ranch avocado club or grilled cheese.
  • Another egg-cellent addition at Roth Café is the all-day egg station for made-to-order omelets and burritos plus sweet and savory crepes.

Go global at SAC

Global Flavour is coming to the SAC, with rotating menu options featuring Hawaiian, Indian and Latin cuisine, bento boxes, southern bbq and so much more. SAC is also getting a spin on cold brew with Nitro Coffee from Farmer Brothers, plus an all new coffee island for faster speed of service and variety.

Meet me at West

The West Side Dining convenience store is undergoing a complete overhaul. The new 2,000 sq. ft. store will offer grab-and-go sandwiches and salads, fresh produce, grocery items, coffee, beverages, snacks, ice cream novelties, and cookware. During the construction, FSA has set up a temporary store behind West Side Dining, near the West Apartments so you can use your Dining Dollars or Wolfie Wallet to buy snacks, beverages, and grab-and-go options.

#Pokebowl @SBUJasmine

You can now make your own Poke bowls at Sushi-Do in Jasmine Food Court.
You can now make your own Poke bowls at Sushi-Do in Jasmine Food Court.

A student favorite, Jasmine at the Charles B. Wang Center will feature new appetizers such as Korean, Sesame Lemon Pepper, Garlic Parmesan, BBQ and Buffalo wings, White Sauce Rice Cakes and Cupbap (rice/soup bowls). There will also be a Dosa Grill every other week which will rotate with the Hibachi Grill. Sushi-Do now has poke bowls so you can customize the options to make it into your own creation!

Grab and Go galore at East

The salad bar at the Emporium at East Side Dining will rotate with a brand new yogurt bar. Plus a new Icee slush machine has been installed so you can cool off on hot days! Additional grab-and-go items such as paninis, baked ziti and more vegan and vegetarian options will also be available. While at East Side Dining be sure to stop by the East Meets West deli to try the new bagel sandwiches.

More Hours, More Food Choices at Tabler Market

It is nighttime and you don’t want to leave your quad. You can now visit the all new Avenue C self-checkout micro-market offering hundreds of fresh products at Tabler Market in the Tabler Center for Arts, Culture and Humanities. The Avenue C vending area includes fresh food choices and your favorite sweet indulgences as well as Halal, Kosher, and Vegan options. This micro-market is open the same hours the building is open and accepts Meal Plan Dining Dollars.

And more to come…

SAC is also getting a spin on cold brew with Nitro Coffee, plus an all new coffee island for faster speed of service and variety.
SAC is also getting a spin on cold brew with Nitro Coffee, plus an all new coffee island for faster speed of service and variety.

Plans are already underway 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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  • Back in late 60s food plan wasn’t too shabby. At night, if you were hungry, you could always have a burger at the Coach House and a beer if you were 18 but no Nitro coffee. Back then 18 was adulthood for everything, Army to the vote.

  • I love that we finally are getting an ice cream parlor in the former site of the SAC Marketplace. Welcome Baskin Robbins.

  • I’m bummed they reduced the SAC noodle bar to taking a pre-made bowl from the fridge. That is very bad. I liked that noodle. Almost the only thing that I was getting in SAC. I assume that is same in Roth “A zoodle machine…”

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