Indiana-Bloomington's Newest Dining Hall Has Nine Stations

Indiana University-Bloomington's new Restaurant at Woodlands features nine unique micro-restaurant concepts and 735 interior seats across four dining rooms.

Restaurant at Woodlands is the newest dining hall on the Indiana University-Bloomington campus. Located in the center building of Forest Residence Hall, It houses nine unique micro-restaurants supplemented by interior seating for 735 across four dining rooms, plus two exterior terrace spaces with seating for 120.

The school has applied for LEED Silver certification for the remodel, which is supplemented by significant new construction and thorough attention to every interior design detail. 

The nine distinctly branded concepts in Woodlands cater to the IU community's particular tastes and budgets and are the result of a year of student taste testing and strategy feedback, extensive concept menu planning and comprehensive culinary staff training by the CIA.

The stations concepts include A Cut Above (a chophouse concept), the Stone Grill (grilled sandwiches/burgers/fries), Romaine (soups and salads), Caliente (Latin American dishes), The Round (bakery cafe), Bloomingberry (healthy frozen yogurt/smoothie concept), Fusion (rotating ethnic cuisines), Mangia (pizza/Italian) and The Clubhouse (diner concept).

Fort a gallery of photos from the new venue, go here [2].