Burritos are back! Along with other changes…

Among other changes that our favorite Bon Appétiter, Delmar Crim, mentioned in his recent email to students is the return of burritos! Here’s to hoping they’re as good as the ones they had on Thursdays at the kosher station.

Apparently the servery at Usdan has been updated over break, with new stations added. Delmar says we’ll see:

  • A new Belgian Waffle station open during all dining periods.
  • A new salad bar and sandwich station, featuring “vegan cold salads, salad offerings, and make your own deli sandwich”.
  • The burrito station, which will also have “sizzlin’ salads and tacos”.

The Café place downstairs has reportedly also been revamped, and will now feature sandwiches, salads, entrées, New York-style pizza, and soups.

And though all meals are now all-you-can-eat for one fee, Delmar also mentions that we’ll only be able to take one piece of “hand fruit” with us when leaving the dining area. So watch out for the fruit police, or they may seize your extra banana. (Though if past observations are any indication, enforcement will be lax.)

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38 thoughts on “Burritos are back! Along with other changes…

  1. Mark

    maybe this is me being oversensitive, but will Bon Appetit please cease with the superfluous exclamation marks. I appreciate the responsiveness to student concerns, but I’d appreciate it if emails sounded more like notifications of changes, and less like scripts from TV commercials

  2. Mark

    maybe this is me being oversensitive, but will Bon Appetit please cease with the superfluous exclamation marks. I appreciate the responsiveness to student concerns, but I’d appreciate it if emails sounded more like notifications of changes, and less like scripts from TV commercials

  3. Mark

    maybe this is me being oversensitive, but will Bon Appetit please cease with the superfluous exclamation marks.
    I appreciate the responsiveness to student concerns, but I’d appreciate it if emails sounded more like notifications of changes, and less like scripts from TV commercials

  4. Justin

    Ah, I understand the confusion now. I should clarify that that graphic was not created by Bon Appétit, so don’t take it as official or anything. It’s just something I put together in Photoshop.

  5. Justin

    Ah, I understand the confusion now. I should clarify that that graphic was not created by Bon Appétit, so don’t take it as official or anything. It’s just something I put together in Photoshop.

  6. Justin

    Ah, I understand the confusion now. I should clarify that that graphic was not created by Bon Appétit, so don’t take it as official or anything. It’s just something I put together in Photoshop.

  7. Anonymous

    @4:34I read it as you can eat as much fruit as you like but only one can leave the building with you.

  8. Anonymous

    @4:34I read it as you can eat as much fruit as you like but only one can leave the building with you.

  9. Anonymous

    @4:34

    I read it as you can eat as much fruit as you like but only one can leave the building with you.

  10. Brandi

    No, no. I mean, if that sign is actually hanging somewhere, I want to travel to Wesleyan and steal that sign.

  11. Brandi

    No, no. I mean, if that sign is actually hanging somewhere, I want to travel to Wesleyan and steal that sign.

  12. Brandi

    No, no. I mean, if that sign is actually hanging somewhere, I want to travel to Wesleyan and steal that sign.

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