Here’s the camp meal plan:
|breakfast||On your own. We’ll provide a morning beverage service (coffee, tea) on site for those attending the workshops.||We’ll provide a light breakfast (pastries, muffins, and scones) and coffee all day on site.||We’ll provide a light breakfast (pastries, muffins, and scones) and coffee all day on site.|
|lunch||On your own. UST Food for Thought cafeteria is open for those who purchased a voucher with camp registration (voucher sales ended 7/15).||On your own. UST Food for Thought cafeteria is open for those who purchased a voucher with camp registration (voucher sales ended 7/15).||On your own. (UST Food for Thought cafeteria is not open.)|
|afternoon break||On your own.||We’ll provide a light snack and beverages on site.||We’ll provide a light snack and beverages on site.|
|dinner||On your own.||On your own.||On your own.|
|evening festivities||Advantage Labs Opening Party|
Sunday code sprint: Beverages available (pop and coffee) will be available all day. Lunch (pizza) will be provided.
So where can you grab those meals on your own?
Food For Thought
The UST Food For Thought cafeteria (located in Terrence Murphy Hall just a short hallway walk from the Schulze Auditorium) offers custom wraps and sandwiches, cook-to-order baskets, burritos, pizza by the slice, stir fry specials, and full salad and dessert bar. If you plan to eat lunch in the cafeteria on Thursday or Friday, purchase your lunch at a discount with your camp registration. A voucher will be provided to you on site.
There are a lot of really amazing places to eat just a short walk from campus. Here are just a few from Yelp to get you started:
Minneapolis’ food trucks are not the grease wagons of yesteryear. They feature a staggering variety of amazingly delicious, high-quality food.
There are usually a few trucks parked along Nicollet Ave between 11th and 10th streets and a whole lot more parked along Marquette a few blocks further north. It’s well worth the slightly longer walk for some of these trucks!
There are several food truck map/schedule sites out there. You should surf around and check out available trucks and their menus, hours, and locations. This site is a good place to start:
UST frowns mightily upon bringing food onto campus on a group level, but bringing your own lunch or snacks to eat outside is just fine. Please note that you may not bring any food into the cafeteria or dining room that is not purchased from the cafeteria.