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New cafe opens on campus


Students rave about
convenience of location

Kayla Nick Kearny | Staff Writer

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City College opened a new food service facility March 9 between Lillard Hall and Rodda South.

The new facility, Panthers Pause, serves grill-style food, according
to its menu.

“They’re pretty fast and everything is made pretty much as you order it,” mathematics major Anthony Cooper said.

Alexander Betrenko, Jaqueline Nunez and Eli Rizk, who sat eating at one of the picnic tables on Panther Pause’s opening day, appreciated the new food service’s proximity to the science and math buildings. They claimed that the outdoor picnic tables and short lines offered an alternative to City Café.

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According to City College’s office of public information, the new trailer’s purpose is to help reduce lines and crowds at the cafeteria.

“It’s faster, better, less crowded,” Rizk said, comparing Panthers Pause and City Café. “It also offers a quiet outdoor environment for students to eat.”

Since many of the buildings surrounding the facility have lab classrooms, students taking classes near Lillard Hall often spend hours across campus from City Cafe.

The menu is comparative to City Café’s, both in price and choices. Included on the waist-high menu board are burgers, sandwiches, banana nut bread, fries and multiple coffee options.

“Their banana nut bread is really good and the lady told me it’s one of the only things made here from scratch,” Nunez said.

Vending machines, familiar to many south campus regulars, still remain, offering students fast and cheap coffee, chips and candy.

Panthers Pause is open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and is run as an extension of the food service company that runs the cafeteria.

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