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On-Campus Cafes Now Serving Starbucks

South’s Off the Ground, West’s Sisu, and North’s Bluespoon now serve an assortment of Starbucks menu items.

Changes were made based on student input, according to Residential Dining’s Interim Director Jim Meinecke.

Off the Ground and Sisu offer most popular Starbucks drinks from coffee to refreshers. A limited menu is offered at Bluespoon, due to North’s smaller footprint.

Starbucks is served in the all-you-can-eat dining locations now, while Chameleon Cold Brew is offered at all three cafe locations. Warnock Commons also features a Starbucks Serenade machine, a self-serving option.

Bakery options have remained mostly unchanged with the addition of some new products like a Nutella-filled tart, which was piloted at Edge Coffee Bar in East last year.

Pricing is the same across the board for every Starbucks on campus, which means there’s no 65% discount with a campus meal plan. Campus Dining has tried to accommodate this by lowering prices. For example, avocado toast is now $2.59 instead of $6.25.

Looking forward, On-Campus Dining will continue to expand the internal Edge brand and potentially replace Sisu and Off the Ground with it in the future.

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