Duke Dining

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Duke is home to one of the most innovative, dynamic, and cutting edge collegiate dining programs in the country. Duke Dining provides a variety of ways tempt and please your palate with access to over 50 dining locations that include 34 on-campus locations, Merchants-on-Points (MOPs-off-campus restaurants that deliver), and food trucks. A community-driven, sustainable, award-winning program, Duke Dining provides opportunities for culinary education and engagement with access to cooking classes, chef demos, nutrition and wellness events and special themed dinners throughout the academic year. Our goal is to provide a fresh-thinking, world-class experience, no matter where you choose to dine on Duke's campus.

 

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Duke Dining Main Office
416 Chapel Drive
018 Brodhead Center
Box 90898

Office Phone: 919-660-3900

Robert Coffey, Executive Director of Dining Services
919-660-3900
dining@duke.edu

Barbara Stokes, Director of Residential Dining Services
919-660-3951
barbara.stokes@duke.edu

Aris Marton, Associate Director of Retail Operations
919-684-3751
aris.marton@duke.edu

Kirsten Marinko, Marketing Manager
919-660-3986
kirsten.marinko@duke.edu

Marcus Carson, Assistant Director of Sustainability & Quality Control
919-748-9939
marcus.carson@duke.edu

Grayson Crabtree, Training & Customer Service Coordinator
919-660-3912
grayson.crabtree@duke.edu

Tammy Hope, Senior Operations Manager
919-660-3926
tammy.hope@duke.edu

Dwayne Atkins, Staff Assistant & Catering Coordinator
919-660-3950
dwayne.atkins@duke.edu

Joy Livesay, Administrative Support
919-660-3945
joy.livesay@duke.edu

Barry Buffaloe, Food Service Coordinator
919-660-3908
barry.buffaloe@duke.edu

Help enhance the dining experience at Duke by joining the Duke University Student Dining Advisory Committee (DUSDAC). Committee members play a key role working closely with Dining Services to discuss everything from menu changes to new eateries.

The committee operates under the auspices of Duke Student Government to foster communication between students, administrators, staff, vendors, prospective vendors and customers. The group is dedicated to helping Duke provide delicious food, fair prices, great customer service and clean, well-organized facilities. With your feedback, DUSDAC helps to rate on-campus eateries and Merchants on Points vendors on customer service and food quality. Each year, we present awards to eateries that excel.



If you think your great taste – and taste buds – could contribute to our mission, contact the Duke Dining office at 919-660-3900 or email: diningnetwork@studentaffairs.duke.edu.

Want to provide valuable feedback about campus dining AND earn free food? Become a Mystery Diner!

Duke’s Mystery Diner Program allows students, staff and faculty to receive free meals in exchange for providing valuable feedback about customer service and food quality. Mystery diners volunteer to rate campus eateries on customer service, speed of service, food quality, cleanliness, merchandising and overall impression.

-Meet with Dining Services and review program & protocol

-Receive assignment, review form and meal voucher

-Visit the eatery during breakfast, lunch or dinner

-Must complete and submit review within a week

Contact Duke Dining at dining@duke.edu or 919-660-3900 for more information.

As a service organization, it’s important for us to hear from you. Whether you have questions, complaints, or suggestions, your input is incredibly valuable to us. Please click here for our online comment card and feel free to contact us anytime at:

Duke Dining Services - Main Office
416 Chapel Drive
018 Brodhead Center
Box 90898

Office Phone: 919-660-3900

Lost Card?

If you have lost or misplaced your DukeCard please contact the DukeCard office

 or click on the link below for information on how to replace or receive a temporary card.

Lost or Stolen Card

To access your dining plan please present a photo ID to fill out a manual form for your meal purchase at any Duke Dining location until your card is found or replaced. 

 

Wellness Meals:

If you feel sick, you should call Student Health during business hours at 919-681-9355 and choose option 2 to speak to a triage nurse if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms:

  • cough,
  • shortness of breath or difficulty breathing,
  • fever,
  • chills,
  • repeated shaking with chills,
  • runny nose or new sinus congestion,
  • muscle pain,
  • headache,
  • sore throat,
  • fatigue,
  • new GI symptoms, or
  • new loss of taste or smell,

For urgent matters after hours, you may speak to a nurse by calling 919-966-3820.

If you are unwell or injured due to non-COVID-19 symptoms and unable to get to a Duke Dining location for a meal service you may send someone in your place with your DukeCard to pick-up your meal by way of the following process:

-Send an email or a photo with you and your Duke ID stating that you grant permission to use your Dining Plan to pickup a wellness meal to the designated person picking up your meal. Please list the location and include that the dollar amount cannot exceed $20 (including tax).

-The student picking up the wellness meal will present to the on-campus venue either by hard copy or on their phone the email or photo, along with the sick/injured student's ID. 

-Order is placed and paid for with the sick/injured student's DukeCard. 

-Student picking up the meal will sign a Wellness Signature Form and will present their Duke ID to the cashier for verification.

Merchants-on-Points (MOP) are also available for evening delivery.

Have a project request?
-We receive many student project requests and ask that you fill out a project request form here.

Interested in purchasing a gift card?

-Gift cards may be purchased by contacting dining@duke.edu or by calling 919-660-3900.
-7 days minimum notice is required.
-Charge IRI, cash and checks are acceptable forms of payment for gift cards
-Gift cards are for on campus, Duke Dining locations only. They exclude Washington Inn Duke and restaurants at Duke University Hospital.

Refund Policy
Duke Dining’s mission is to create a great dining experience for the Duke Community and its visitors.We strive to provide food and beverages of the highest quality. If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase from this location, please ask for a manager to request a replacement item. 

If you’re a student looking for part-time work, Duke Dining often hires students and offers a challenging and rewarding environment with good pay and flexible hours.

For information on job opportunities please contact Duke Dining’s Personnel Office at 919-660-3946.

Others looking for employment should apply online through Duke Human Resources.