Renovation brings healthier cafeteria to Va. hospital

Made-to-order options part of the renovation.

Aug. 2—The cafeteria at Prince William Hospital, in Manassas, Va., has undergone a complete facelift and is now a more "inviting, happy place" with healthier, tastier food options.

The cafeteria, which was closed for 11 months for a complete renovation, also offers a new menu items. Visitors to the cafeteria can now order a meal, made fresh right in front of them at the new saute station.

There's also a larger salad bar, and more fresh off-the-shelf options such as wrapped sandwiches and ready-to-eat packaged salads.