CampusScene: ODU Opens New Dining Hall

Old Dominion University celebrated the opening of their first-ever standalone dining facility. The Broderick Dining Commons is now open, providing hungry Monarchs with a state-of-the-art restaurant-style environment.

Students can now choose from a diverse array of made-from-scratch options in the 39,000 square-foot, all-you-can-eat facility.

The Kate and John R. Broderick Dining Commons features the following options.

They include:

  • Bud’s American Classics: classic dishes that exude regional comfort;
  • Maize South American Kitchen: Brazilian-style steakhouse with a Churrasco grill and rotisserie;
  • Evoo Italian Cuisine: gourmet thin-crust pizza and other traditionally prepared specialties;
  • Rice Sticks Asian Kitchen: high-top noodle bar, hibachi grill and daily hot wok entrees;
  • Uno Mas Fresh Mexican Flavors: made from scratch entrees, tortillas and salsa bar
  • Mosaic International: tapas (or small plate) selections from around the world;
  • 350 Degrees Baked Goods: pies, cakes, cookies, doughnuts and bread made by in-house pastry chefs and bakers.

Click here to view the progress in photos.