UC faculty, staff can dine for $8 at On the Green
Employees can enjoy reduced priced meals at OTG from May 10-28
If you’re working on campus this month, stop by On the Green dining center and pick up a meal for $8! UC Dining Services is offering the limited-time, reduced price meal offer May 10-28.
Both carry-out and dine-in services are available. Employees are encouraged to use carryout when possible, in accordance with COVID Careful guidelines.
Customers may carry out up to 2 boxes and one drink per person. Dine-in seating is limited to four persons per table. To enter, all staff will be required to show a Green Pass on the Covid Check App or Red Cap Survey. Social distance guidelines will be in place.
|Lunch||11 a.m.-1 p.m.|
|Brunch||11 a.m.-1 p.m.|
On the Green
On the Green is located in Marian Spencer Hall. Daily menus are available on Campus Dish. OTG offers:
- Made to Order Deli Station
- Made from scratch Pizza Station
- Salad and Soup Station
- Stirfry Station
- Allergen-free Station
- Fresh Baked Desserts
Make sure to follow @UofCincyDining on Instagram and Twitter for the latest news on menus, updates and promotions.
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