George Mason University Southside Dining Hall Complex
Featured in Time magazine, Southside Dining Hall is a $10 million, 40,000 square foot dining hall that opened in September of 2008. Praised for its sustainable practices and food and decor that is more like an upscale restaurant than a dining hall, Southside Dining Hall is the latest in the war of university dining halls to attract students with quality dining experiences. To the parents – dining hall food is not what it isued to be! Located close to the center of campus, Southside Dining Hall is open to all students, faculty and visitors and also includes a large physical fitness center. It is part of the Cheseapeake dorm complex in what is known as the Northeast Sector of George Mason University and is a short wall away from the Johnson Center student union building.