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Yes there is. I have visited the campus myself and I have seen some vegetarian and gluten free options.
A little more info would be appreciated, considering I do have to follow these dietary restrictions. Is there a specific gf area and toaster? I have to be very careful about cross contamination. Has anyone here with a food allergy felt sufficiently accommodated?
YES! At the dining hall, there is always one pre-determined vegan and one gluten-free section. The dining hall takes many precautions to avoid cross contamination (I know, I used to work there). Everyone with food allergies is generally satisfied.
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Written by Akshay Bajaj
The dining hall offers a great deal of variety and accommodates various types of cuisines, dietary restrictions, and generally aims for nutrition. Additionally, the Spencer Grill offers Out Takes for those students in a rush or busy cramming. Out Takes uses a meal that would have been valid at the dining hall, but it give you chips, cookies, a drink, and a vegetarian or non-vegetarian entrée.
Other than the limited hours, Marketplace offers a couple of decent dining options. The Spencer Grill is a café where you can get sandwiches, quesadillas, Easy Mac, and anything that may help you through the next hour of studying. Bob's Underground Café is another venue where you can get late-night bagels, muffins, and coffee. Grinnell provides you with nutritional dining options mainly because in the town there is only one decent Chinese restaurant, a few Mexican options, and a surfeit of deliciously unhealthy fast food.
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