COE Café Upgrades Promise Exciting New Dining Experience This Fall

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A complete renovation including new food menu and grab-and-go options is underway at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering COE Café this summer. The upgraded space is slated to open at the start of the Fall 2024 semester. (Courtesy FSU Facilities)

FAMU-FSU Engineering’s COE Café is undergoing some much-needed upgrades this summer and will unveil an entirely fresh and inviting ambiance for the upcoming semester.

Robert Moreles, the university dining coordinator said, “We are completely transforming the café to provide our students and faculty with an expanded array of grab-and-go food and beverage choices, along with a captivating new atmosphere.” 

Operated by Aramark, the café will offer a vibrant market brimming with beloved sweet, crunchy and salty treats, in addition to introducing an enhanced menu powered by a new grill. 

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“Our goal is to ensure the campus community enjoys an exceptional dining experience, and we recognized the increasing demand for top-notch dining at the COE café,” Moreles said. 


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