A Message from Wesleyan Dining

From an e-mail:

Wesleyan Dining by Bon Appetit is listening to students!

Bon Appetit is listening to students and Summerfields has implemented distinct menu changes since Monday, September 15th.
Improved selections of meal bundles:

  • A home cooked style dinner available Monday to Friday with a beverage and dessert piece. The dinner entrée is a special of the day with a menu available online here.
  • Expanded vegetarian sandwich choices
  • Added chicken sandwich choices
  • Enhance burger choices with cheese available on request

Other changes to the menu:

  • A freshly baked roll is served with any salad entrees.
  • Option to add grilled chicken or grilled marinated tofu to your salad.
  • Dressing on the side available on request.
  • Guacamole is customary with any purchase of quesadilla, along with sour cream and salsa.

Bon Appetit will continue to evolve and fine tune the menu to meet with students’ taste and needs. We invite you to revisit Summerfields and seek out its improved menu as well as enjoy all that Wesleyan Dining has to offer.

24 thoughts on “A Message from Wesleyan Dining

  1. Anonymous

    p.s. if you keep serving crappy, dry brownies without offering milk, you can expect a VERY HARSH comment card

  2. Anonymous

    p.s. if you keep serving crappy, dry brownies without offering milk, you can expect a VERY HARSH comment card

  3. Anonymous

    Actually, having late night in Usdan is way more efficient. There are other activities going on at Usdan during late night, such as substance free events and student use of the game room and meeting spaces. If late night left Usdan for Summerfields, both buildings would have lights on. It is really important that the community has a substance-free space like Usdan!-a former pro-late-night-at-Summerfieldser

  4. Anonymous

    Actually, having late night in Usdan is way more efficient. There are other activities going on at Usdan during late night, such as substance free events and student use of the game room and meeting spaces. If late night left Usdan for Summerfields, both buildings would have lights on. It is really important that the community has a substance-free space like Usdan!

    -a former pro-late-night-at-Summerfieldser

  5. Jessica

    I agree with all the above commenters. These changes are a step in the right direction. But they are also steps back toward the old Summerfields, which didn’t NEED any changes in the first place. Except maybe for Late Night to be moved there. However, pasta night last night made me so happy.

  6. Jessica

    I agree with all the above commenters. These changes are a step in the right direction. But they are also steps back toward the old Summerfields, which didn’t NEED any changes in the first place. Except maybe for Late Night to be moved there.

    However, pasta night last night made me so happy.

  7. Anonymous

    11:57, we want late night too!It’s so inefficient to have to light up an entire student center for late night… Summerfields is so much better of a venue!

  8. Anonymous

    11:57, we want late night too!

    It’s so inefficient to have to light up an entire student center for late night… Summerfields is so much better of a venue!

  9. Anonymous

    Its a great step, but it seems like all the changes are leading back to the Olde Summerfields we knew and loved. I still dont understand why they implemented such drastic changes in the first place.All in all, Summerfields has regained its status as preferred dining option (The burgers are always incredible and props for the return of Pasta night), but I wont be completely satisfied until they bring back the open salad, bread or desert bar. As it stands, I’m never guaranteed that I will leave feeling full. If Usdan can have a bread stand, why cant Summerfields?

  10. Anonymous

    Its a great step, but it seems like all the changes are leading back to the Olde Summerfields we knew and loved. I still dont understand why they implemented such drastic changes in the first place.

    All in all, Summerfields has regained its status as preferred dining option (The burgers are always incredible and props for the return of Pasta night), but I wont be completely satisfied until they bring back the open salad, bread or desert bar. As it stands, I’m never guaranteed that I will leave feeling full. If Usdan can have a bread stand, why cant Summerfields?

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