“Use Your Noodle” serves up hot, fresh bowls of goodness made up as you direct. Choose the type of noodle you like (ramen, udon or soba) and then add your choice of chicken, veggies, tofu, shrimp, tempura shrimp or beef. Use Your Noodle has sushi, too!
Main Street Market is also home to Sub Generation sandwiches and Au Bon Pain soups available for lunch, Monday through Friday, 10:30 AM – 3:00 PM. (And there’s rarely much of a line.)
Much to our HUGE disappointment, the equipment deliveries we were expecting to get UNO Pizza Express cranking out personal-sized cheese, sausage and pepperoni delights did not arrive as promised. We are so sorry; it was completely beyond our control. But the good news is , you WILL have UNO Pizza Express available as a lunch option in Main Street Market of Cone Center when Spring semester starts back on 1/11. For sure. REALLY.
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If you’re at UNC Charlotte right now and have used a smartphone program called Foursquare to enter your location, you may be declared the mayor of campus. You could even be mayor of Atkins Library, Belk Tower or the Student Union.
Foursquare is the latest up-and-comer to social media. If Facebook is, “What’s on your mind?” and Twitter is, “What’s happening?” Foursquare is, “Where are you?” and then some.
The Late Night Breakfast event will be held Wednesday, December 9, from 10:00 PM until midnight at the Residence Dining Hall. Late Night Breakfast is a tradition that kicks-off exam week with fun and food.
Have you noticed the signs for Project Clean Plate around the major dining halls? There’s a lot more to it than finishing up your veggies. It’s about portion control, healthy eating habits and most importantly, being conscious of food waste in a world where so many are in want.
Project Clean Plate creates awareness about how much of the food that’s typically put on a plate ends up being thrown out as garbage. It’s a campaign with the goal of significantly reducing the amount of campus food waste.
On Tuesday, January 26, you’ll want to have lunch in Crown Commons or RDH as Dining Services will prepare a “Bread Bowls to Warm Your Soul” mid-day meal event. Choose from a broad variety of winter-wonderful soups served up in round loaf of fresh, crusty, bread.
The National Association of College and University Food Services’ annual benchmarking survey was sent to 27,721 students, faculty and staff persons at UNC Charlotte. This survey is a standardized, statistically valid tool that allows institutions to compare their food services to other schools in the region, state and country. Results won’t be available for several weeks, but of the 2,537 from UNC Charlotte who responded to the survey, the following winners have been selected through a computer-generated, random drawing:
Visit any local retail department store and you’ll find racks of Carolina, Duke and NC State stuff with precious little, — if anything — for the Charlotte fan. That’s just WRONG.
Maybe it’s time for some “positive reinforcement” for local retailers who consider the Green and White. If you see apparel or merchandise that proclaims the Charlotte 49ers or anything UNC Charlotte, be sure to tell a manager or employee that you appreciate it. Or go one better: snap a photo and send it to AuxiliaryInfo@uncc.edu.