A popular eatery for students, Christine’s, has undergone an entire makeover as part of its move into the Christine E. Lynn University Center.
A café by day, where students can purchase quality meals at low prices, the restaurant will provide a unique dining experience. As dusk hits, however, Christine’s will transform into a pub for students above the age of 21.
“I am very excited to add another building to the university’s assets,” said Matthew Chaloux, director of auxiliary services. “We get to bring another world-class facility to our campus.”
The restaurant will be equipped with eight widescreen televisions, soft and bar seating as well as an outdoor lounge area. Christine’s seeks to offer a warm yet modern feeling, one that allows students to socialize while saving money.
While Christine’s menu is simple in nature, it still packs a tasteful punch. A few of the options available include specialty crafted burgers, flatbreads, sandwiches and salads. Ultimately, students can expect to walk out with full stomachs and unfazed budgets.
“The menu is priced to be competitive with other restaurants of its kind,” said Chaloux.
Christine’s menu will change based on the season and time of the semester. Special occasions, including major sporting events, will lead to specific themes within the restaurant’s available options. Not to mention, the facility will host a plethora of limited time offers throughout the year.
“Christine’s will be a place where [students] will want to go, meet up and connect with others,” said Chaloux.
As many will see after today’s grand unveiling, Christine’s will strengthen the dining process for students looking for a unique experience. As Chaloux indicates, the space will transform how the Lynn community comes together over cuisine.