North Dining Hall Update

The following information was provided by the ARAMARK campus dining service.


ARAMARK is proud to welcome four new dining venues to the Wake Forest Dining program which is set to open at the North Dining Hall in January as students return. Each of the venues within the building enhances capacity, variety, community, sustainability, and convenience in the Wake Forest Dining program.

The Hilltop Market combines the dining style of a modern servery with the fresh and healthy choices of a traditional residential restaurant. It is an á la carte destination allowing patrons to swipe through and exit with their selections. The menu will feature a wide variety catering to a versatile demographic including American favorites and global cuisine. The Hilltop Market will accept Old Gold Swipes, Meal Swipes, Deacon Dollars, Food Dollars, debit/credit, and cash.

Also at the North Dining Hall is Bistro ’34, a fine dining restaurant reflecting a contemporary American palate. The menu will highlight regional cuisine evolving seasonally and a sample of signature international dishes. Bistro ’34 will accept Deacon Dollars, Food Dollars, debit/credit, cash, and Old Gold Swipes for its respective Old Gold Combos.

The North Dining Hall’s Starbucks is a full-service venue and introduces breakfast and lunch selections alongside its celebrated beverages. It will be located adjacent to the new P.O.D. Market convenience store and will feature an Old Gold Combo available to meal plan participants. Both will accept cash, debit/credit, Deacon Dollars, Food Dollars.  The Starbucks in the Z. Smith Reynolds Library will continue to serve the campus while the North Polo convenience store will
close after November 26th.

Stay tuned to learn about Old Gold Combos, hours of operation, sustainable endeavors, and more!


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