Where to eat?

While not all food service outlets will be operational for the first day of classes, Chartwells expects to be putting the finishing touches on many of them by the end of this week. The Loyola cafeteria, a top priority as it is where residence students use their meal plan, is one of them.

While not all food service outlets will be operational for the first day of classes, Chartwells expects to be putting the finishing touches on many of them by the end of this week.

The Loyola cafeteria, a top priority as it is where residence students use their meal plan, is one of them. Residence students will be having their first meals of the school year in the Faculty Club at Loyola instead.

“It’s a completely new facility,” said Tazim Mohamed, Chartwells’ Food Service Director at Concordia. “It’s now only a question of hooking up the equipment and testing it.”

Locations in the Library Building downtown include Tim Horton’s, Pizza Pizza and soon a Menutainment Caf

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