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Caleruega Hall

Built in 1959, Caleruega Hall is a modern chalet-style building named for the small village in Spain where St. Dominic was born. Caleruega houses the campus dining room, part of which is lined with a large collection of wooden class shields (known as the Shield Room). The Shield Room also serves as an entertainment venue on campus and is host to student dances, live music performances, and various student events.

caleruega.jpgInside Caleruega Hall, you will also find Chilly’s Café, where students, faculty and staff can order coffee, pastries, sandwiches, snacks, and beverages when the dining room is closed.

Dominican's food service is managed byBon Appetit Management Company, an on-site custom restaurant company which offers a variety of tempting choices including many vegetarian, and ethnic dishes. Daily selections include hot entrees, made-to-order deli sandwiches, freshly-made soups, salads and pastas, as well as homemade pastries and desserts.

The hallmark of Bon Appétit's expertise is serving fresh food, prepared from scratch, using authentic ingredients. Menu items are prepared by experienced chefs, in small batches, to ensure freshness and great taste. In addition, Bon Appétit shows its commitment to social responsibility by supporting local producers and sustainable food suppliers.

For more information on hours and daily menus, click here.

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