Tribe Square restaurants included on meal plan

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August 7, 2014

2:43 PM

Food services provider Sodexo and the Tribe Square vendors have reached an agreement that permits students at the College of William and Mary to spend Dining Dollars at Pita Pit, MOOYAH Burgers, Fries, and Shakes and The Crust.

Earlier this year, the Tribe Square vendors attributed declining sales to the College’s gradual implementation of a mandatory meal plan for on-campus students. The eateries then petitioned for inclusion on the meal plan. The Subway restaurant previously involved in the negotiations and located next to The Crust has since closed.

The College selected Sodexo as its new dining services provider in February rather than renewing its contract with Aramark.

Continue to check back with The Flat Hat for more on this ongoing story.

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