Undergraduates, do you have a favorite recipe from home that you would like to see served in your dining hall? Enter the "There's No Place Like Home" recipe contest online. Submissions must be original recipes that have not been published.
Campus Dining announces the following schedule of operations during Fall recess. Retail Venue Hours Retail operations will follow an abbreviated schedule beginning Friday, October 24 through Sunday, November 2. See Fall Recess Hours of Operations for hours at each retail venue. Residential Dining Hall Hours All dining halls will close after dinner on Friday, October 24 with the exception of Rockefeller College which will remain open for student
Campus Dining provides the option of a bag lunch to undergraduate students with meal plans when eating in either a residential dining hall or at Late Lunch at the Food Gallery at Frist Campus Center is not convenient. The Lunch to Go program is available Monday through Friday beginning with lunch on September 10 and allows students the option of ordering and picking up a bag lunch at residential dining halls and select retail locations. To participate certain policies apply. Submit Your Order
The day before Valentine’s Day saw over a foot of snow in Princeton, NJ but that did not stop Campus Dining chefs from serving up the winning recipes from our “There’s No Place Like Home” recipe contest. The annual contest invites parents to submit their son or daughter’s favorite recipes and this year’s entries consisted of some fantastic dishes. The winning recipe, Pau Bhaji, is a favorite of Rockefeller College student, Agastya Parikh ’17
You may not be familiar with the Princeton Garden Project although you have tasted its contribution to the food on your plate. Two gardens on campus supply Dining Services with a large variety of fresh herbs, fruits, and vegetables that are used in dishes served both in the residential dining halls and in the Food Gallery at the Frist Campus Center. The gardens at Forbes College and Frist Campus Center are planted in early spring by Princeton University students. The students c