A Never-Ending Food Evolution: Two Perspectives on the Notre Dame Food Scene

Author: Martha Zaytoun and Caroline Ashworth


Written by Martha Zaytoun

The closing of Recker’s after the first semester of my freshman year was momentous for several reasons. It forced us to find a new late-night food spot, sure, and deprived my friends and I — living in McGlinn, a short walk to the rear of South Dining Hall and the chicken tenders and fries it held — of a convenient post-going out gathering place. But more than that, though we did not yet know it, it was indicative of the years to come and the changes that would befall campus, and particularly, its eateries. 

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