Rutgers students offered choice of food and dining facilities

April 12, 2011 |

The Livingston Dining Commons at Rutgers University’s Livingston Campus in New Brunswick, N.J., was designed by Biber Partnership, Summit, N.J., to offer three different dining rooms that connect to a central servery. Each of the three dining rooms will be located on the first floor and will have its own identity: a sunken dining lounge, a sports pub with fireplace, and a grand dining space with high ceilings and interior balcony. The second floor of the 62,000-sf building will house meeting space and the Faculty Club, a private dining facility with its own kitchen. A pedestrian bridge will connect the new dining facility to the also new Livingston Student Center.

 

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