This week the Bay View Cafe will be featuring an action station that features all-natural Angus hot dogs or turkey dogs with all of the toppings. The ice cream selection has also been expanded, including Oreo Bar, King Cone, and ice cream sandwiches (available at the Peet’s Coffee Bar). Thursday’s menu includes chorizo and seafood paella, and the “Meatless Friday” menu includes fresh Mahi tacos with mango habanero salsa. Weather permitting, Friday BBQs will return on April 11.
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Everyone is Irish on Saint Patrick’s Day, so head up the Bay View Café to enjoy traditional corned beef, potatoes, and cabbage, as well as shamrock cookies and mini cupcakes. On Tuesday, get Niman Ranch or veggie sliders for $2.50 each, part of the café’s guest appreciation program. Stop by the pasta station Wednesday through Friday for made to order noodles and sauce.
Enjoy a lunchtime celebration of Saint Patricks Day (Monday, March 17) as the Bay View Café offers corned beef and cabbage and shamrock cookies. March is National Nutrition Month, so the café’s menu will include such super foods as apples, almonds, salmon, blueberries, avocado, spinach, dark chocoloate, walnuts, kale, oatmeal, and cottage cheese. Sustainable fish will also be on the menu three times per week for the rest of the month.
While the Bay View Cafe regroups after the power outage this week, food trucks will be stationed in the cafeteria parking lot. Tacos will be offered today, and tomorrow will feature BBQ and tacos. While the café will remain closed for service until Monday, the dining hall is open for those who want to eat their lunches or have meetings.
Due to a power outage at the cafeteria, Bay View Cafe will be closed today. The status of the availability of power going forward will be assessed today and a determination of the level of service for the next few weeks will be decided. Updates will be provided in TABL.
The Bay View Café would like to thank Lab employees for their business by offering $2 “street tacos” during tomorrow’s lunch session. The gesture is part of their Guest Appreciation Day. In other cafeteria news, the cost of all Naked juice products has been reduced by $1 to $3.50 per bottle, and the deli now offers smoked gouda cheese.
Pastrami lovers at the Lab can now indulge their taste for the cured meat, as the Bay View Café will now carry it in their deli. To launch this new addition, a special on Rueben sandwiches will run this week. Other new lunchtime items include truffle, parmesan, and herb hand-cut French fries as well as an improved salmon burger. Also debuting this week are breakfast specials, including buttermilk pancakes and Belgium waffles with berry compote and fresh whipped cream, and new omelet options.
With the start of the New Year, the Epicurean Group, which manages the Bay View Café, has made some upgrades to its food and service. The menu now features Niman Ranch beef, which is ground in-house, cage-free eggs and free-range chicken, antibiotic-free meats in the deli, and an expanded pastry selection at the coffee bar. Share your feedback on these new items, as well as other aspects of the café, with manager John Ladas.
Chili is the perfect for cold weather comfort food, and the Bay View Café is featuring a house-made chili bar this week for employees to warm up with. Also, starting Wednesday, staff who eat in the cafeteria are invited to fill out comment cards, which will be available on all tables. When you’re done filling them out, deposit them in the box near the coffee station. The feedback will help café managers make improvements to food and service.
The Berkeley Lab cafeteria — including the coffee bar — will close at 1 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 4 for a private event. No purchases can be made after this time, and diners will be asked to vacate the dining hall.