The student-run 800 Café is set to feature a bistro-style lunch on Friday, March 24, in room 312 of the Katherine K. Burgum Family Life Center.
The meal will begin with Deviled eggs made with Greek yogurt and sprinkled with paprika and parsley. The main course includes a fresh wrap filled with Buffalo Chickpea Smash, sliced avocado, red onion and spinach. The meal also comes with a side of crunchy red cabbage and carrot salad. A fudge brownie and cup of coffee are slated to finish the lunch.
The meal is managed by Kelly Csernica, a nutrition science graduate student from Pennsylvania.
The meal costs $10 per person, with beverages included. Four meals can be purchased at the price of a $35 punch card. Payments can be made in the form of cash or check at the door on the day of the meal. With limited meals available, reservations are preferred, but walk-ins also are welcomed if there is availability.
When making a reservation, please indicate your preferred seating time, if you prefer take out, number of attendees, email and phone number of the person who oversees the reservation. In addition, please also include any allergies of any attendees.
Online reservations are preferred, but reservations also can be made by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org by calling 701-231-7474. Parking is available in the visitor’s pay lot on the south side of Memorial Union on campus.
The class is instructed by Sherri Nordstrom Stastny, NDSU professor of health, nutrition, and exercise science. Additional restaurant dates and more information regarding 800 Café can be found on the café website.
Operated by NDSU dietetics students, the 800 Café gets its name due to the menu being 800 calories or less. The food is prepared from scratch and made solely by NDSU students.
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