Welcome to PSR Dining!

Dining room open Monday – Saturday (closed Sundays and holidays)
Monday through Friday 7:30am – 7pm and Noon to 6:00pm Saturday.


Hours and walk-in prices (as of July 1, 2017)

Monday – Friday

  • Breakfast 7:30 am until 9:30 am – $9.00
  • Lunch 11:30 am until 1:30 pm – $10.50
  • Dinner 5:00 pm until 7:00 pm – $11

Saturday

  • Brunch 12:00 pm until 2:00 pm -$10.50
  • Self-serve salad bar 2:00 pm until 4:00 pm -$10.50
  • Dinner 4:00 pm until 6:00 pm -$11

Meal Cards

PSR Students and Staff

  • 5 meals: $42 ($8.40 per meal)
  • 25 meals: $200 ($8 per meal)

Non-PSR pricing

  • 5 meals: $47 ($9.40 per meal)
  • 25 meals: $215 ($8.60 per meal)

Features

  • Fresh fruit, salads and breads
  • Made to order breakfasts
  • Made to order sandwiches and specials until 2:00 pm
  • Housemade soups
  • Vegetarian options at every meal
  • Deli choices served on freshly baked breads
  • Ice cream and freshly baked desserts

à la carte items for sale

  • Fountain drinks          $1.00
  • Coffee                            $1.00
  • Tea                                 $1.00
  • Juice                              $2.00
  • Milk                                $1.00
  • Muffin                            $1.00
  • Pastry                             $1.50
  • Ice Cream Cone            $1.00
  • Ice Cream Cup              $2.00
  • Dessert                            $1.50

Meals-To-Go

Students are permitted to take their meals to go instead of eating in the facility. Diners will be able to purchase a reusable to-go container for $5. The containers are the same size as the plastic boxes they are replacing, and are dishwasher safe. The used container can be rinsed, returned to the dining hall, and exchanged for a clean container. The returned containers will be washed and sanitized by the dinning staff and then be available for reuse. As long as a diner brings in a used container, there is no additional cost to the diner for the next box. Disposable boxes will no longer be available. At the end of the semester, the diner can keep the container or return it for a $5 refund.

Boxes can be exchanged for a token when not in use.

Meal Plans

Effective July 1, 2017

The d’Autremont dining facility is a student amenity funded largely through the sale of meals and from the community support fee.

Non-dormitory students receive one Block 25 meal card each semester at no charge. The Block 25 card is transferrable.

Dormitory students participate in PSR’s board plan. PSR grants exemptions from PSR’s board plan on a case-by-case basis for religious or medical dietary restrictions that PSR cannot accommodate. Medical restrictions require written documentation from a licensed physician addressing the specific accommodations required, e.g., meat-free, dairy-free, gluten-free, etc. PSR is able to accommodate most dietary restrictions. Students with medical notes specifying dietary restrictions should meet with the dining hall chef to discuss feasible accommodations. The chef will determine whether PSR is able to accommodate restrictions.

Students may appeal the chef’s decision to a panel of arbiters composed of a PSR student, PSR’s director of community living, and PSR’s chief business officer. The panel’s determination will be final.

Dormitory students who receive an exemption from PSR’s board plan will receive a pro rata refund from the date the exemption is granted.
PSR’s Board Plan is required for all students living in dormitory housing. It includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Dormitory Board Plan:
• Unlimited entry
• Required for students living in dormitories
• Available to all students
• Students taking only online, distance, blended, or hybrid courses may petition to the Business Office to waive this requirement.
• $2,005 per semester (beginning July 1, 2017)

Block 25 Plan:
• Includes 25 meals throughout the semester
• Required for all non-dorm students in degree programs that require on-campus presence
• Non-dormitory residents will receive one Block 25 card each semester at no charge
• Non-transferable
• Expires at the end of the academic year
• Cannot be replaced if lost
• $205 per block for PSR students, staff, and faculty (beginning July 1, 2016)
• $215 per block for non-PSR diners

Block 5 Plan:
• Includes 25 meals throughout the semester
• Non-transferable
• Expires at the end of the academic year
• Cannot be replaced if lost.
$42 for PSR students, staff, and faculty
$47 for non-PSR diners

Dining Policies and Procedures

One of our main goals is to provide a pleasant, clean, comfortable and satisfying dining experience. In order to meet this goal, we ask for your assistance with the following procedures:

  • Valid meal card is required at each meal attended.
  • Meal cards may only be used by person to whom it is issued.
  • Meal cards can be used for guests if accompanied by the owner of the card.

 


Dining Hall Policy

Effective July 1, 2016

The D’Autremont dining facility is a student amenity funded largely through the sale of meals and from the Community Association of PSR (CAPSR) fee. Non-dormitory students receive one Block 25 meal card each semester at no charge. The Block 25 card is transferrable. Dormitory students participate in PSR’s board plan. Students with dietary restrictions based on religion should consult with the dining hall chef. If accommodations based on religion cannot be made, the student will be offered an exemption from the required meal plan.

Dietary restrictions based on medical conditions require written documentation from a licensed physician addressing the specific accommodations required, e.g., meat-free, dairy-free, gluten-free, etc. Please follow PSR’s ADA Policy and Procedure to apply for accommodations. Be certain to state the specific accommodations you are requesting.

If PSR is unable to provide accommodation, the student may elect to receive an exemption from PSR’s required meal plan.

Dormitory students who receive an exemption from PSR’s board plan will receive a pro rata refund from the date the exemption is granted.


Dietary Needs

Do you have particular dietary needs or restrictions? Let us know and we will try to accommodate them.


Seconds Anyone?

Meals are always “all you care to eat.” In an effort to reduce food waste, please consider selecting only one entree at a time. You are always welcome to come back for seconds if you like.

Contact Us!

We invite and encourage you to contact us with questions, comments or suggestions. Please share your feedback, comments and or suggestions in person or by email.

Andrew Maxon, Chef/Manager
510/849-8282
amaxon@psr.edu

Dietary Needs

Do you have particular dietary needs or restrictions? Let us know and we will try to accommodate them.