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The Hall for All station site in the middle of Café 3, and serves 2,000 students daily.

New Cal Dining station caters to special dietary needs

Cal Dining’s “Hall for All” serves meals that are kosher, vegetarian, vegan and/or halal.

There's a new dining concept at the University of California, Berkeley - and it's super inclusive. In fact, it welcomes students who are kosher, vegetarian, vegan and/or halal.

Dubbed "Hall for All," the station features a menu of pita, falafel and pickled vegetables as well as kosher-certified meat. It stands at the center of Café 3 at Unit 3, a dining hall that serves roughly 2,000 students either brunch and/or dinner each day. (It's also home to Cal Dining's largest conv

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