Brandeis unveils new dining options and changes for Spring 2017

Photo/Mike Lovett

The new Dunkin Donuts, now in upper Usdan.

Brandeis has improved its dining options for the campus community ahead of the start of the Spring 2017 semester.

Based on a recommendation by the Brandeis University Senate Dining Committee, Dunkin Donuts has been relocated from the Village to the former site of Louis’ Deli. The new Dunkin Donuts opened for business starting on Tuesday, Jan. 17.

Louis’ Deli will remain in Upper Usdan, but is now directly in front of the new Dunkin Donuts. Louis’ Deli will now feature expanded weekly specials compiled with input from the Kosher Focus Group as well as improved sandwich options—like corned beef and homemade pickles.

The Brandeis community will also be able to take advantage of the following updates to the Residential Dining Program:

  • “Mindful Mondays,” which prominently feature healthy eating options.
  • A new salad option as part of the meal exchange at Sub Connection in Upper Usdan.
  • New soup additions, as well as the introduction of themed sandwich bars, and new seasoned burger options.

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