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Center Table


7:30 am–​8 pm

8 am–​8 pm


November 27–December 3 (PDF)

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Location: Willow Hall


We accept Dining Account, Husky Card Account and most major credit/debit cards.

Note: All campus dining locations are open to the UW community.

Located at the heart of four new HFS residence halls on scenic North Campus, Center Table offers seven innovative food stations. Plant-based selections available, check the menus for items.

Market: Made-to-order or ready-to-go deli sandwiches and fresh soups, as well as basic comfort foods like dry and hot cereals. Allergen-free items are also now available in our grab & go case.

Noodle: Offers a rotating selection of Asian-influenced noodle dishes and Italian-themed pasta.

Pagliacci Pizza: Seattle Weekly's "customer-favorite pizza" offers seasonal specials, high-quality ingredients and, of course, tossed pies. This stand-alone eatery is located across an outdoor breezeway to prevent allergen contamination with Select.

Plate: Offers a varying menu of American and international dishes with the accent on contemporary, trending flavors (and classic, traditional preparations).

Quench: A drink-based concept featuring coffee, of course, a bevy of specialty drinks, cookies and more.

Select: Our allergen-free kitchen that offers a variety of delicious food that are and free of any of the big 8 food allergens. 

Seared: A North Campus version of our popular DUB Street Burgers grill, carries on the tradition of made-to-order burgers, fries and shakes.


“I don’t believe in perfection, only the pursuit of it!” says Chris, who’s worked in food service as a manager for more than 13 years. At Local Point he guides daily operations, provides training and focuses on details to ensure excellent service—every day. “It’s the energy, passion and growth opportunities for not only student employees, but for me personally, that drive me, and keep me excited to come in to work,” he says.

Chris Erick