Union Street Market will be closed Monday, July 3rd and Tuesday, July 4th due to the 4th of July holiday. Enjoy a safe and relaxing time with great food, family and friends!
- May 8th – June 23rd, Open Monday – Friday: 11:00am – 2:00pm
- Closed June 26th – July 31st
- Re-opens Tuesday, August 1st: 11:00am – 2:00pm (Open Monday – Friday)
- Normal hours of operation begin Monday, August 28th (11:00am – 8:00pm)
Dining Services own Farm Fresh Market will be open each Thursday* from 11:30am – 1:30pm through September 28th on Fairfield Way in front of the library. Mark your calendars and plan on stopping buy to purchase the freshest produce and other products from our student-run Spring Valley Farm and other local farmers and businesses. Cash and credit accepted.front of the library. (In case of rain, the market will be located inside the Student Union in the Food Court area.) *Note: Closed Thursday, July 6th and Thursday, August 24th.
During the summer break there will be several dining units open for meal service:
- May 8th – July 8th: McMahon; re-opens August 13th
- July 9th – August 5th: Putnam
- August 6th – Fall start-up: South
Hours of operation every day will be:
- Breakfast: 7:00am – 9:30am
- Lunch: 11:30am – 2:15pm
- Dinner: 4:15pm – 7:15pm
Note: All units will be closed May 29th (Memorial Day) and July 4th.
The Food for Thought Food Truck rolls out it’s summer menu on May 15th offering a delicious lobsta’ roll, succulent clam strips, mac & cheese grilled cheese and more. Located on Fairfield Way by the library, the truck will be open Monday – Friday, 10:00am – 3:00pm. To view the summer menu: http://dining.uconn.edu/foodforthought/
The Beanery Café in the Benton Museum will be closed for the summer beginning Monday, May 8th, due to construction. Please visit Wilbur’s Café in the Wilbur Cross building.
In keeping with the University’s environmental sustainability plans, all of our eight residential dining units (Whitney, Buckley, South, McMahon, Putnam, Northwest, North & Gelfenbien) have been approved as Certified Green Restaurant® with the Green Restaurant Association. Founded in 1990, The Green Restaurant Association, an international nonprofit organization, has pioneered the Green Restaurant® movement as the leading voice within the industry, encouraging restaurants to green their operations using transparent, science-based certiﬁcation standards. With its turnkey certiﬁcation system, the GRA has made it accessible for thousands of restaurants to become more environmentally sustainable in Energy, Water, Waste, Food, Chemicals, Disposables, & Building. For more information: http://dining.uconn.edu/locations/