An Update From Miami Dining Services

Thank you for your continued support and eating with us at our many dining venues.  We continuously look to improve our dining program directly from feedback we receive from students like you.


Collectively, the dining locations inside Armstrong Student Center currently accommodate 6,000 transactions per day, making these our most popular venues. Compared to other venues of similar size, this is a great service accomplishment. However, we are always looking to better improve the student experience. After reviewing student food ordering patterns, we have streamlined the menus and service styles of two locations. Beginning Monday, November 10, Mein Street and Pulley Diner will see improvements to food preparation efficiency, levels of product, and overall food nutrition.


Mein Street will feature three new vegetable “Power Blends” for the customized stir-fry option. These blends feature more evenly balanced nutrition and were chosen based on flavor profiles and the most popular student choices.


Menu options at Pulley Diner, based on student preferences, will transition according to time of day in order to streamline kitchen processes and improve the overall dining experience.


Again, these changes will begin Monday, November 10. Student Dining Ambassadors, as well as full-time staff, will be at Mein Street and Pulley Diner throughout the week. We encourage students to take advantage of the Ambassador’s knowledge of navigating the updated menus. The Ambassadors have the ability to relay feedback to Senior dining staff, and they are willing to provide information on other campus venues. As always, we welcome feedback on our efforts via our website (, Twitter (@MiamiUDining), and our blog (


Thanks for Eating with Us!


Miami Dining Services


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