Seminole Dining

Seminole Dining ‘all in’ for community

Seminole Dining is “all in” when it comes to partnering with local law enforcement officials for a good cause. On Friday, Sept. 14, 2018, the Leon County Sheriff’s Office hosted the third annual American Heart Association Barbecue, a lunch featuring a silent auction and raffle that raised funds for heart disease research. The community event […]

Suwannee Room reopens with expanded options to satisfy all appetites

Florida State University’s historic and beloved dining hall, Suwannee Room, has reopened with a bright new interior look, expanded menu and open-kitchen atmosphere that together elevate the quality of meals and create a fresh dining experience for the campus community. “The Suwannee Room is a wonderful gathering place for students, faculty and staff right in […]

Florida State’s Suwannee Room to undergo exciting transformation

As Florida State University students begin packing their bags for the winter break, Seminole Dining is planning a state-of-the-art transformation for the university’s historic dining hall, the Suwannee Room. The renovation is scheduled to be completed by July 2018. When the Suwannee Room reopens, it will be one of the best all you care to […]

Seminole Dining at FSU adopts local Mushroom Farm

Florida State University’s innovative food service team, Seminole Dining and Sodexo USA, has forged a new partnership that advances FSU’s goal of serving up meals with the freshest, healthiest ingredients. Seminole Dining has contracted with West Coast Mushrooms in Quincy. The farm, owned and operated by Abel and Alvaro Gamboa, uses sustainable farming practices in […]

Seminoles Cruising Kitchen serves up fun and food

The Seminoles Cruising Kitchen keeps on truckin’ at Florida State University. The 92-foot-long food truck is a one-of-a-kind behemoth bistro operated by FSU’s food-service provider Sodexo USA and Seminole Dining. It’s the largest custom-mobile kitchen in the United States, and since it rolled into Tallahassee in August, the big rig has made its presence felt […]

FSU’s new dining facility ‘1851’ serves up tasty, fresh foods for everyone

Florida State University’s newest dining facility “1851” opened today with expanded meal options emphasizing healthy, fresh and locally sourced foods. The concept of 1851, which is actually four “micro-restaurants” plus a convenience store in one spacious 24,000-square-foot facility at 824 W. Jefferson St., is unique to campus and on the leading edge of a national […]