UCSD opens 64°, a reimagined dining facility

The University of California San Diego’s (UCSD) newly renovated dining hall, 64°, proves that thinking inside the box definitely has its rewards.

“Plaza Café, the predecessor to 64°, was designed in a different era of on-campus foodservice,” says Steve Casad, director of culinary and market services at UCSD. “The massive back-of-house kitchen was built as a bulk commissary and bake shop and it took up the majority of the building’s footpr

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