A visual collection of foodservice industry design ideas
When a multi-concept retail dining outlet went virtually ignored by students at the University of Nevada, in Reno, (UNR) the team had to get creative. With research and trends compiled through a partnership with consultant Webb Culinary Design and a desire to deliver an over-the-top experience, a new theme and menu for the unit was established to attract the campus’ millennial population: Steampunked waffles and burritos.
In August, Virginia Tech University Dining Services opened Turner Place at Lavery Hall, a state-of-the-art dining facility with eight distinctive restaurant-style concepts and a community room that serves the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets. Ted Faulkner, d
Great changes, such as renovated dining halls and new restaurant-quality retail, have been made at the University of Missouri, in Columbia, which made FSD eager to see these changes for itself. Julaine Kiehn, director of Campus Dining Services, was kind e
They say you can't go home again. Online Managing Editor Lindsey Ramsey decided to ignore the old adage and return to her alma mater to see what had changed in foodservice in the six years since she graduated. Luckily, Nona Golledge, director of KU Di
An empty expanse of dining hall windows inspired dining services at Gonzaga University to install a hydroponic garden. Chuck Faulkinberry, resident district manager for Zag Dining by Sodexo at the university, says the garden’s greenery is one way to
When it came to creating concepts for the new Union South at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, Carl Korz, assistant director for dining services for Wisconsin Unions, says his team wasn’t aiming for just “good.” They were going for &