The Restaurants at Woodland, Indiana University, Bloomington

Published in FSD Update

At the start of the fall 2013 semester, the 1,000-resident Forest Hall within the southeast neighborhood of the Indiana University Bloomington campus got a new addition: The Restaurants at Woodland. Creating a culinary-focused, presentation-style dining destination offering a variety of options was the goal for the residential neighborhood.

At the start of the fall 2013 semester, the 1,000-resident Forest Hall within the southeast neighborhood of the Indiana University Bloomington campus got a new addition: The Restaurants at Woodland. Creating a culinary-focused, presentation-style dining destination offering a variety of options was the goal for the residential neighborhood. The closure of a few outdated dining venues in the area allowed planning teams to build the new space, which houses nine restaurant concepts and seats 855 across four dining rooms and two outdoor terraces. The dining outlet gives the southeast neighborhood “a lot of upgrades in every sense of the word, [along with] some new options that they just haven’t had,” explains Chris Frank, marketing manager for dining. “We really felt like we wanted to do something that was much more advanced and more cutting edge.” 

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