"the worst food in the tri-state area" dining hall tour... how meal plans work
Virtual Tours by Students
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Okay, so this is see, for this is where two of the main living communities go to get food. This is the dining hall is different in the marketplace. This is the worst place Tio eat, probably in the tri state area. The only thing good about Binghamton is their vitamin waters. No. So they basically offer a lot of students happened. Pita bread. Right? A salad bar hero, so there's like cherry tomatoes. You mean here, which I find really weird, but I guess right? Really? People. Like things air pretty cheap, like even, like, got that whole thing for, like, eight dollars. That's more expensive because she got a lot of meat. Like normally, I'm like a bowl of cereal is like, literally ten cents. Yeah, so like when you go off designing plan, you go off the dining halls and go to places like Chicken Bob, which is in another video. Check out my other video about chicken back. So when you're in the middle of classics, expect to spend about eight dollars for lunch and then for dinner, expect to spend for breakfast. You can spend like, two dollars, and for dinner, you can expect to spend like around seven dollars, and it's all on your meal plan. Yeah, like of crops, whatever offered I spend a lot of my meal plan on like Dunkin Donuts and coffee, which is like full price. Yeah, so it's a regular price, just like a regular kid. You don't have to pay with your credit card. If I didn't, we have Yeah, and like the same thing with, um, if you're going by like a water bottle or vitamin water, it's going to be the same price, regardless of if you pay with credit card or other things. If you pay with credit card for a meal like this, you're gonna be paying, like, seventeen dollars. When you use when you move up campus, you can also get a commuter meal plan. So where we've been all campus next year, so once we do that, like we'll get a communal meal plan and see, like how that works for us.