Whether you’re in the mood for a coffee between classes, a late-night snack, nutritious meal on the go or a sit-down dinner, UW-L Dining Services can serve it up.
Dining services has a variety of dining locations, carry-out stores and coffee shops across campus, including a new location in Centennial Hall. Other locations include Whitney Dining Center, Cartwright Center and Murphy Library. Staff also provide catering for any occasion.
New this year: check out some familiar spots to grab a bite such as Erbert & Gerbert’s Sandwich Shop and Einstein Bros Bagels — both located in Cartwright Center. Starbucks opens Monday, Sept. 24, in Centennial Hall first floor lobby next to the Hall of Nations, serving a full line of Starbucks products.
Students who crave a hearty breakfast into the afternoon and evening hours, can stop in the Flying Star Diner in Whitney Center. Cooks serving up omelets, scrambled eggs and other breakfast and grill choices until 7:30 p.m.
Some of the most popular meal choices among students are sub sandwiches, salads and stir fry, says Nori Yamashita, general manager. But classic hamburgers, fries and chicken tenders are also tried and true.
Dining Services offers meal plans geared toward students living on and off campus as well as a meal plan for faculty and staff.
If you have special dietary needs or just general questions about nutrition, contact Dining Services Dietitian Sarah Nicklay at 785.6480. Nicklay plans to offer special programming on nutrition in residence halls this fall.
Hours of operation vary by location. Check out the Dining Services website to find dining locations, hours, menus, meal plans and more.