Summer’s here, and so are summer hours for SMU dining outlets. Yet some University food stops will be open for business during May Term 2013 – SMU Dining Services has a summary of hours, dates and locations for outlets that are ready to serve for the rest of the month. Download a May 2013 schedule in Excel format from Dining Services, and watch SMU Forum and SMUDining.com for more Summer Session hours.
Spring Break 2012 is here, and many campus food stops will take a brief vacation, too. SMU Dining Services has a complete summary of hours, dates and locations for the outlets that will be open for limited hours during the March hiatus. Download a March 2012 schedule in Excel format from Dining Services.
Mentors from SMU Dining Services and student culinary teams from The Art Institute of Dallas, Collin College and Le Cordon Bleu will provide dinner and a show in a Hilltop version of Kitchen Stadium during the second annual SMU Iron Chef Competition.
The culinary battle takes place 5-8 p.m. Tuesday, April 12, in RFoC @ Lee, Umphrey Lee Center, and is open for public viewing. SMU faculty, staff and students with meal plans can use a meal swipe or pay $9.25 plus tax at the door.
Teams will build menus, work on a food and decorating budget, and – true to format – create at least one dish using a “mystery ingredient” to be revealed during the contest. Awards will be voted on by students as well as a panel of judges.
For more information, contact Phil DeMeo, SMU Dining Services marketing manager, at 214-768-1494.
Still on campus? Selected SMU food and beverage outlets will keep limited hours during the 2010-11 Winter Break. All outlets will be closed on University holidays. For a complete schedule of hours and dates, download the list (Excel format) from SMU Dining Services. Click the December and January tabs at the bottom to find outlets and hours for the break period.
SMU Dining Services celebrates the University’s class of 2010 with a special Commencement buffet, to be served 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. May 15 at RFoC in Umphrey Lee Center.
Salads, wraps, broiled entrees and vegetarian options are among the dishes on the menu, and attendees can toast the graduates with sparkling grape juice. The dessert assortment will include a chocolate fountain and congratulations cake.
The guest price for adults is $17.99. SMU faculty and staff members receive a $2 discount, and new graduates eat for free with the purchase of a guest meal. The cost is $8.99 for children 10 and under; children under 3 eat free.
Reservations are recommended. RSVP to 214-768-2367.