Campus Dining has implemented some changes to adhere to physical distancing guidelines
and reduce density at the dining halls. All food is prepared for takeout, seating
at the dining halls has been decreased, and self-serve options are not available.
East Side and West Side dining remain open seven days a week. You can continue to
expect delicious, restaurant-quality meals that are authentic, craveable, and sustainable,
with outstanding service.
While you don’t have to wear a mask or face covering when you are actively eating
or drinking, you must wear one when you are in any building or classroom on campus,
including dining halls. Patrons must wear facial coverings while waiting for pickup,
walking to and from a table, or walking to or from a restroom.
stonybrook.edu/dining or use the
Nutrislice app (available in the Apple Store and Google Play) to view heat maps showing the
density of dining locations.
Download the Nutrislice app, available in the Apple Store or Google Play. This app gives you information
about the daily menus offered at the dining halls as well as nutritional information.
Menu boards are also available before you enter East Side and West Side Dining. Follow
@sbu_eats for information on weekly specials, guest chefs, and other dining promotions.
The Faculty Student Association (FSA) and CulinArt are ensuring your safety by adhering
to the strongest safety measures, including additional sanitation and disinfecting
practices, deep cleaning and disinfecting foggers at each location after closing,
enhanced hand-washing protocols, use of gloves and facial protection for our employees,
and providing contactless payment options such as the GET app, and Google and Apple
Pay. For more information, visit the
Dining Safety page.
To minimize the risk of COVID and follow physical distancing guidelines, Campus Dining
will not be swiping ID cards. Instead, you will scan your Stony Brook ID card at the
cashier station from your mobile device using the
GET mobile app. Apple Pay/Google Pay contactless payment options are also available.
Campus Dining offers several meal plan options for residents, commuters, and graduate
students. Meal plans save you money because they are all tax-exempt. Please visit
stonybrook.edu/mealplan for more information.
Quick grab and go options are available at SAC, Market at West Side, Jasmine and the
Emporium at East Side Dining. Save money when dining on campus with a
commuter meal plan. You can also use the GET app to pre-order meals at the dining locations and Starbucks.
Upgrades to meal plans can be requested anytime during the semester. Downgrades can
only be requested during the first two weeks of the semester. You can upgrade or downgrade
your meal plan at
stonybrook.edu/mealplan or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Stony Brook campus offers Avenue C, a self-checkout micro market offering a wide variety
of fresh food and healthy options, salads, snacks, drinks, coffee, and more. For
locations and payment options, visit
If you are not on a meal plan, you can pay with Wolfie Wallet, credit, or debit cards.
Cash will not be accepted at the dining locations. If you only have cash, you can
cash-to-account machine to add money to your ID card.
Please check the Campus Dining website for Spring 2021 hours of operation and cleaning schedules. Students on an unlimited
meal plan can use a snack swipe at East Side or West Side Dining when they are closed
Dinner service has been extended until 12am to accommodate students who have classes
ending at 9pm. Campus Dining offers late night options at East Side (9pm-10pm) and
West Side Dining (9pm-12am). To keep you safe, Campus Dining will be deep cleaning
and utilizing disinfecting foggers at each location after closing. Dining hours and
cleaning schedule times are available at