Lunch at Marciano Commons (the Best Dining Hall at BU!) | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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The way the diamond has work up BU is that it is buffet. So there's a variety of options you can choose to eat, ranging from the grill to Vegetarian International, Gluten Free and Delhi. Each student that lives on campus has to have a built in and the tools properly. Your friends are the unlimited and the two fifty the only one. It gives you Oliver Amiel swipe suit and come to the dining halls as many times as you want. Where's the two fifty? Gives you less meal swipes. It gives you more dining points that you can use at Starbucks of hand expressed her various restaurants. It's so nice to come to the meal hall with friends and in between classes and even to Southwell and study and eat some food. The gluten free pantry is an important location for me within the dining hall, as it has specialized use for people with seo ecstasies such as myself as well as appliances set aside to make these foods to avoid cross contamination. As for my review of the gluten free kitchen, I do think it is a bit redundant in the things that they serve. The rest of the time cause so many options, and I typically find myself eating from the other stations. Since the dining hall is self serve, you take your dirty dishes and trust to the conveyor belt, so it's an easier time for the workers to clean up.