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Dining halls to serve Thanksgiving dinner Nov. 18


WVU Dining Services invites students to Thanksgiving dinners with all the fixings at each of the dining halls from 4:30-8 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 18.

At Café Evansdale, diners will find items such as carved turkey breast and honey ham, cornbread stuffing, and turkey burgers. This will be accompanied by various appetizers, soups, sides, breads and desserts.

Hatfields will also be pulling out all the stops for its Thanksgiving fare. Main dishes include cherry-smoked pit ham, turkey breast, and turkey and veggie burgers, also served with a full accompaniment of stuffings, soups, sides, appetizers, breads and desserts.

Summit Café is serving up carved brown sugar glazed ham, roasted turkey breast, and turkey burger melt, along with side dishes, small bites and desserts.

All dining halls will be closed at 2 p.m. to prepare for the feasts. During that time, diners can visit Park Place and Hugh Baby’s on the Evansdale campus, and Chick-fil-A, Jazzmans, Which Wich and Tazikis on the Downtown campus.

For more information contact WVU Dining Services at 304-293-9999 or email Be sure to follow @WVUDining on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for the latest dining news and information.

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