Starting June 15, all Campus Dining venues will close for the summer. With summer session being held virtually, most summer in-person groups cancelled, few resident students on campus and many members of the Cal Poly community continuing to telework, the demand for Campus Dining services has decreased substantially. During this time, work continues to wrap up construction and prepare the new Vista Grande Dining Complex to open to the Cal Poly community this fall. The LEED Gold Certified facility will be home to six unique dining venues, increased indoor and outdoor seating, lounge space, game tables and a variety of exhibition-style food choices. We look forward to serving the campus this fall.
Guided by the university, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local public health authorities, Campus Dining has made a number of changes including curbside pickup, modified dining rooms, deep cleaning each hour, employee wellness checks, contactless catering, and reinforcing food safety standards for preparation and service.COVID-19 Response
The new Vista Grande dining complex and the six dining venues, not to mention the Jamba and kosher deli, that it houses will be unwrapped this fall. Following that, Building 19, the home of The Ave and 805 Kitchen, will be renovated. And, yeah, you read that right, Starbucks UU has a new walkup window. Everyone rejoice.More On Vista Grande
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Campus Dining Registered Dietitian Kelsey McCourt is taking center stage and sharing healthful tips, and tricks through a new Choose Well video series. Kelsey will also be giving cooking demonstrations that you can then turn around and use to impress your friends and family.See Videos