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Campus Dining: New Craveable Cuisines for Spring 2021

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Mobile ordering is available through the GET Mobile app. Simply order ahead and pick up. Available Monday – Friday from 9am to 4pm.

As the spring semester begins, enjoy restaurant-quality meals seven days a week with authentic, craveable and sustainable menu options. Thanks to customer feedback, Campus Dining has reconfigured the serving lines and combined some of the stations at East Side and West Side, so it is faster and easier to find your favorites, and has expanded mobile ordering and vegan and vegetarian offerings.

Campus Dining’s first priority is to keep customers safe. They are adhering to the strongest safety measures, including additional sanitation and disinfecting practices, enhanced hand-washing protocols, use of gloves and facial protection for all employees, and providing contactless payment options for customers. All meals are prepared for takeout and seating is limited at dine-in locations. When locations are closed for cleaning, students with unlimited meal plans can use a snack swipe for fresh, wholesome snacks including treats baked on campus.

Expansion of Mobile Ordering: SAC Food Court’s GET Mobile Pickup Starts Feb. 1
Enjoy contactless payment and the ease and convenience of mobile ordering of favorite items from the SAC Food Court, including the Grill, Craft Salads and Wraps and Pizza. Food will be made fresh to order and personalized. No lines, no waiting; simply order ahead and pick up. Available Monday – Friday from 9am to 4pm. Mobile ordering is also available for East Side Dining and Starbucks (Melville Library and Roth). New on campus grocery delivery is coming soon!

New Vegan Station at Dine-in

East Side dine-in features a Chef’s Table with a carving station, pasta, global cuisines such as stir-fry, international bowls and plant-based recipes plus grill specials including specialty burgers, sandwiches, melts, Po’ boy sandwiches and tacos, tostados and more! The Grill offers vegan burgers, beef burgers, cheeseburgers, grilled chicken, grilled veggies, fried chicken tenders, French fries and sandwiches.

West Side dine-in features an International Market with global cuisines plus the Tastechangers station offers stir-fry, Asian-inspired cuisine and a weekly pad thai special.

Both dine-in locations offer great breakfast options including eggs, egg whites, sausage,oatmeal, fresh fruit, and French toast, waffles or pancakes plus toppings. Halal options available upon request including grilled chicken, hamburgers and hot dogs.

Whether you’re a flexitarian, vegetarian or carnivore, or you just want to eat healthier, head over to East Side or West Side dine-in to try all new plant-based recipes at “Rooted” available for breakfast, lunch and dinner. This 100% vegan platform offers all new center of the plate worthy menu options that are focused on wellness and sustainability. The three week menu cycle includes global cuisines such as Indian, Middle Eastern, African and many other regions and countries around the world.

Retail Dining Options

Use your Dining Dollars or Wolfie Wallet at Starbucks at the Melville Library or Roth, Island Soul Caribbean, Halal NY and the Emporium convenience store at East Side Dining or the Chatime Tea Truck at SAC bus loop for bubble tea and other beverages. Also, try Jasmine at the Charles B. Wang Center which offers many international cuisines, sushi, poke bowls and a tea bar. Visit the Market at West Side convenience store and try Fresh2U, new heat-and-eat meals including vegan options in addition to fresh cut fruits and veggies.

Visit stonybrook.edu/dining for dining hours and heat maps showing density of dining locations, plus view daily menus with the Nutrislice app. Follow SBU Eats on Facebook or Instagram for the latest dining information and please keep the feedback coming via the campus dining website or through the QR code survey at the dining locations.

 

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