Case Dining Hall

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Case Dining Hall, on Central Campus, is located in the Case Athletic Center. Case serves 17 meals per week. Newly renovated, Case features exciting display cooking concepts, outstanding pizza, and fresh off the grill burgers, dogs, and sandwiches. Stop by and enjoy dining “al fresco” with our patio dining.

Access

Case Dining Hall is open to students on a University Dining Meal Plan who live in Alexander, Avent Ferry, Bowen, Carroll, Metcalf, Turlington and Wood halls for breakfast and lunch.

Case Dining Hall is open to all athletic meal plan holders, including student-athlete meal plans, coach plans and administrator plans for breakfast, brunch and lunch.

Case Dining Hall is open only to athletic meal plan holders on a roster, coach plans and administrator plans for Training Table Sunday-Thursday.

Case also accepts patrons using campus card accounts and also now accepts cash for breakfast and lunch.

Case Dining Hall at North Carolina State University

Phone: 919.515.2100

Allergy Disclaimer: NC State University Dining makes every effort to identify ingredients that may cause allergic reactions for those individuals with food allergies and to train our food production staff on cross-contact and safe food preparation methods. However, due to the number of meals served and the number of ingredients used, we cannot guarantee that every that every potential allergen in the food served will be identified and labeled. Furthermore, there is a possibility that our food vendors may change the formulation of the food at any time without notice. All fried items are prepared in oil that is also used to cook foods that may contain food allergens as well.

Customers concerned with food allergies must be aware of this risk. NC State University Dining cannot assume any liability for adverse reactions to food consumed, or items one may come in contact with while eating at any University Dining facility or catered event.It is ultimately the responsibility of the consumer to decide whether or not to question ingredients or choose to eat the selected foods.

Students/Campers with life threatening food allergies who may need to use an epi-pen should be carrying their own. University Dining staff is NOT trained to administer epi-pens and CANNOT provide or administer them.

Nutrition Disclaimer: Nutritional values are based on average figures and standard product formulation. Actual nutritional values and allergen/ingredient information may vary based on a number of factors, including manufacturer changes in product formulations, product availability/substitution, variations in recipe preparation, portion size and other factors. All information is approximate and intended to be used only as a guide. We reserve the right to change the menu and/or the composition of a recipe at any time.