Campus dining halls offer new features for the fall

Thursday, August 21, 2014 | 6:00 a.m. CDT; updated 6:54 a.m. CDT, Thursday, August 21, 2014
During the summer months, renovations to Plaza 900 Dining Hall included additional seating and expansion to various interior facilities.

Here's a look into the latest updates on the dining options available for students on campus.

Plaza 900 

  • Another 250 seats have been added.
  • A new deli bar with a featured menu item of the day was introduced to make lines quicker.
  • The newly designed Emporium Cafe will not open until January, but its temporary location will be in front of Plaza 900.
  • Plaza 900 will  feature a pizza place with 11 varieties of specialty, thin-crust  pizzas
  • On Stage will feature a made to order stir-fry, and the proteins and vegetables will change daily.
  • Yes, Sandy will still be there.

Sabai in Johnston Residence Hall

  • The Grand Opening will take place Wednesday, Sept. 10.
  • All menu items will be available on the first day of dining plan service on Aug. 20.
  • There will now be made to order Bánh Mi (Vietnamese-style sandwiches) with new proteins and sauces every day.
  • The dining room will offer ginger crab wontons and a drunken noodle bowl.
  • 126 additional seats in the main dining area, 12 in the private dining area and 30 in the new culinary development kitchen.

Rollins in Rollins Commons

  • Rollins Late Night will now be Rollins @Night.
  • It will focus more on Italian cuisine, but with many favorite dishes will still be available.
  • Hours: Sunday-Thursday until  1 a.m.; Friday and Saturday until 11 p.m.

THE MARK on 5th Street in Mark Twain Residence Hall 

  • A hot deli concept will be featured during Mark @Night.
  • New menu items will fit THE MARK on 5th Street brand.

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