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Video: Lenoir Dining is a restaurant and a UM class

Malia Carothers
Oxford Stories

The University of Mississippi is known for having a variety of places to eat at. While there are many places that are well known, there are some people hardly know about, such as Lenoir Dining.

Lenoir Dining hall is the home of nutrition and hospitality Management located on Sorority Row. Lenoir Dining is a restaurant on campus ran by seniors, and it is a required class for nutrition and hospitality majors.

Students work two hours a day getting experience in the front of the house and in the kitchen. Head Chef Dru Jones said: “The menus are thematic… We served three course meals that are $8 dollars for students and faculty and $10 dollars for anyone else.”

Lenoir Dining welcomes students, workers and community members. If you are interested in giving them a try, you may make reservation at nhm.olemiss.edu.

Malia Carothers is a Sophmore at The University of Mississippi. She is majoring in Journalism Broadcasting with a minor of Education.

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