Your safety is our top priority here at ETSU Dining Services. We closely monitor COVID-19 guidelines directed by the CDC and government officials to make sure we are bringing you the most up-to-date information as we continue to navigate through the pandemic. Our teams have worked diligently to implement policies and procedures aimed at keeping our students and staff safe. 

Frequently Asked Questions

·        Anytime Dining Meal plan holders will access the dining hall (Marketplace) multiple times per day.

·        Your access to the Marketplace will be unlimited for the fall 2020 semester.

·        Monday – Friday: 

o   Hot Breakfast is served from 7am – 11am;

o   lunch is served from 11am -2:00pm,

o   Late Lunch is served from the Grill from 2:00pm -4:30pm;

§ +Simple Servings options, Salad Bar Options & Vegetarian Options.

o   Dinner is served from 4:30pm-8:00pm;

o   Late Dinner is served 8:00pm -10:00pm.

§ Grill Options (with rotating specialty menus), Simple Servings options, Salad Bar Options & Vegetarian Options.

·        Saturday & Sunday: 

o   Continental Breakfast is served from 7:00am -9:30am;

o   Hot Breakfast is served from 9:30am – 11am;

o   lunch is served from 11am -2:00pm,

o   Late Lunch is served from the Grill from 2:00pm -4:30pm;

§ +Simple Servings options, Salad Bar Options & Vegetarian Options.

o   Dinner is served from 4:30pm-8:00pm;

o   Late Dinner is served from the Grill from 8:00pm -10:00pm.

§ +Simple Servings options, Salad Bar Options & Vegetarian Options.

All guests are encouraged to check out the online menus before visiting a location to determine the best meal option. 

To-go options are now available for Marketplace diners. Please ask for a to-go box from our cashier when you arrive.

·         Only those with a Meal Plan, ID Bucs, Flex Dollars and Dining Dollars can eat at the dining hall.  You can add a Meal Plan, and Dining Dollars to your ETSU ID card through the Get app.

·         Flex Dollar packages can be bought through the Dining Services website.

·         The dining hall hours of operation for Fall 2020 will be 7am to 10:00pm Monday -Sunday. 

·         There will be limited occupancy to adhere to university physical distancing guidelines.  A limited number of guests will be able to Dine-In at the dining hall on a first come first serve basis.  Additional seating will be available in the Ballroom adjacent to the dining hall. 

·         Tables will be 6ft apart and only 2 people per table maximum. 

Dining Hall:  7:00 am – 10:00 pm Monday-Sunday, to-go options now available at cashier station upon entry.
Roger’s Buc Mart Convenience Store:  7:30 am – 6:00 pm Monday-Friday
Simply-to-Go  at Roger’s Buc Mart  7:30 am – 6:00 pm
Chick Fil-A:  10:30 am – 6:00 pm Monday-Friday
Starbucks Café 9:00 am -7:30 am Monday-Friday
Steak ‘N Shake   10:30 am – 6:00 pm Monday-Friday

 

BITE+  APP

·         Bite+ will generate a unique QR code that will allow guests to scan into the idning hall for their meal in place of using their ID Card.

GET APP

·         Students can purchase additional dining dollars, ID Bucs using the Get app.

·         GET is available for Android and Apple.

·         For Meal plan purchases please contact the Department of Housing and Residence Life at 423.439.4446 today to get your application!

·         Anytime 7 Day Plans: Our anytime 7 Day Plans offer access to the dining hall once per meal period, 7 days per week. Our Platinum Plan comes with $400 Dining Dollars (which can be used at our retail locations) and 10 guest meal passes for the dining hall. Our Gold Plan comes with $200 Dining Dollars and 8 guest meal passes. Our Silver Plan comes with $100 Dining Dollars and 4 guest passes.

 

BLUE FOX

·         Monitoring traffic flow is key. 

·         The BlueFox Count solution notifies onsite teams promptly when safe restaurant capacity is about to be exceeded. When this occurs, an alert is automatically sent to the on-duty restaurant manager’s phone to ensure necessary safety protocols can proactively be administered.

·         Furthermore, the occupancy rate of the restaurant can also be shared with customers via mobile app to help with the continuous regulation of incoming traffic and allow guests to make informed decisions even before they arrive.

·         You can view the occupancy rate by visiting our website.

·         The   University’s stance on safeguarding the campus community is different than the state of Tennessee and even the local community.

·        The University has numerous unique aspects that are not present in many other places. Starting in August, ETSU will welcome thousands of students from nearly every state and dozens of countries to campus.