Chartwells has opened Green Bay Grill and Phoenix Phresh for students, faculty and visitors to the Green Bay Campus for breakfast and lunch. Contact the Green Bay Grill at ext. 2659 for call-ahead and contactless orders for pickup.
Chartwells “soft rolled” sushi this week in the Garden Cafe… pun intended! It’s already a very popular choice! Here’s more:
-AFC Sushi is a service that was contracted through the Chartwells and the University
-Sushi is made fresh daily
-Student feedback suggested sushi on campus as a dining offering
-Sushi is an additional gluten-free option (minus the soy sauce) with vegetarian and vegan selections available
-Grab & Go Sushi is available in the Garden Café throughout the day
-Made to order Sushi is available 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Garden Café daily
-Party Platter Sushi is available
-Students/faculty/staff can purchase sushi with Dining/Pass/FAST Points
-A transfer meal option will not be available for sushi at this time
Chartwells put together some fun packages for finals and holiday gift giving (or receiving):
Finals Fuel Table:
Monday, Dec. 17, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Outside the Common Grounds Coffeehouse
FREE Finals Fuel (Build Your Own Trail Mix Bar)
Love, Chartwells Table
Tuesday, Dec. 18 and Wednesday, Dec. 19
Outside the Marketplace
11a.m. – while supplies last
FREE Hot Cocoa Bar
Corner Store Specials
-Build Your Finals Flavor Foursome for only $6: Mix and Match any 20-oz Pepsi Product, Lipton Iced Tea, Brisk Tea, Pure Leaf Tea, Aquafina 20-oz. Water, Bubly, Bubblr or Dole Juice.
-Dozen packs of hand-decorated holiday cookies $7.99
Starbucks Gift Packs $10.99
Need a last minute gift for your favorite student, professor, TA, co-worker or family member? We’ve got you covered! Gift packs include a reusable Starbucks cup, 2 Starbucks K-cups, 2 Starbucks Refreshers, 1 Envelope of Hot Cocoa, 1 Starbucks Dark Chocolate Covered Graham or Salted Almond Chocolate Bites and 1 Starbucks Gum or Mints.
Chartwells announced that they now offer a halal-certified protein every day at the Cloud Commons. The new option is a result of the diverse international population and Muslim student group that has reached out. Halal food includes any food that falls under specifications outlined in Islamic law and mostly addresses meat. Where to find it? Check out our Fresh Grill station located in the main dining hall. This station runs a weekly menu, in addition offering a made-to-order option for students to request a prepared halal chicken breast.
In honor of National Native American Heritage Month, Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs (MESA) will be hosting author and poet, Heid E. Erdrich on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Cloud Commons located in UW-Green Bay’s University Union. Chef Corey will be doing a cooking demo with her, using the Global Kitchen station in the Marketplace to feature items from her cookbook, “Original Local, Ingenious Foods, Stories and Recipes.” This luncheon is open to the public and is available for the regular cost of dining in the Marketplace for $6.75, plus tax.
- Pumpkin Bangs (Pumpkin Frybread)
- Butternut Chowder
- Small Game Bird in Wild Berry Pepper Sauce
- Rita Erdrich’s Manoomin (Wild Rice)
- REZ Water Pickles
- Sunseed Cornmeal Cookies
- Crimson Clover Iced Tea
As a result of the focus groups last fall, Chartwells is responding with gluten-free snack shelves located next to beverage coolers in the Garden Cafe. Look for Glutino Snack bars, Glutino Covered pretzels, Blue Diamond Nut Thins (cheddar/ranch) and Mary’s Real Thins (sea salt/garlic rosemary). Also on the menu… Udi’s gluten-free bagels and muffins located in the “On the Go” cooler.
“UW-Green Bay students have a number new things to see and try on campus this school year. From buses to new buildings, bikes and beverages, here are five new things for students, who return to class (this week).” The Press-Gazette has the story.
Considering a meal plan this semester on the Green Bay Campus? You can do it through payroll deduction. Forms and more, here.