Miami University-Western Dining Hall
The Western Dining Hall features distinct station-style eateries including a tea house, international cuisine, vegetarian options, and a new on-site convenience store.
The marche-style dining layout houses 650 seats in a variety of tables, booths, counter seating and high-tops. The south end of the building provides outdoor seating and space for banquet seating, catering and special functions.
In keeping with the variety of architecture that exists on the Western Campus, the design of the Western Dining Hall is a departure from the more traditional Miami neo-Georgian architectural surroundings. Sustainable features include a rooftop rain garden, on-site storm water retention and filtration, and LED downlighting. Exterior finishes, specifically Indiana limestone and western red cedar, flow into the building’s interior to blur the lines between the dining hall and it’s natural setting and the use of large expanses of glass take advantage of surrounding views.
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