The options for dining on campus will increase this fall with the addition of new quick-service locations. Here are updates on three new dining offerings.
With the new partnership of Hammes Notre Dame Bookstore and Barnes & Noble College comes the opening of a new coffee shop, The Gilded Bean. The coffee shop will open in the former Einstein Bagels location on Monday, Aug. 15. The Gilded Bean will serve the Starbucks-branded “Proudly We Serve” coffee line alongside bagels and bagel sandwiches.
Also in time for the start of the 2022-23 academic year, Flip Kitchen will open inside LaFortune Student Center in the space once occupied by Subway, which closed on May 15. Flip Kitchen will be a fast casual restaurant that showcases a core menu of grilled flatbreads, fresh salads, rice bowls and fresh smoothies. The restaurant will also offer a dynamic menu that transforms or “flips” into a new food concept, inspired by fresh ingredients and global flavors, that changes every few weeks.
Rollin’ and Bowlin’, a new concept replacing smoothies and crepes at Hagerty Cafe inside Duncan Student Center will also open this fall. Rollin’ and Bowlin’s menu will feature acai bowls, smoothies and toasts.
More comprehensive changes to the retail dining portfolio will be announced in the coming weeks. Visit dining.nd.edu for menus and other information.
Originally published by ndworks.nd.edu on July 12, 2022.at