Lunch: Ratty. Both dining halls are offering something “stuffed,” but the V-Dub’s “stuffed shells with sauce” is a bit too vague for us to completely trust.
Dinner: V-Dub. Sure, having “chicken broccoli pasta alfredo” alongside just “broccoli pasta alfredo” might look lazy, but think of it as a really, really obvious attempt to accommodate you vegetarians out there!
Lunch: V-Dub. Nothing spectacular being offered anywhere. Though the Ratty’s pork cubes? Geometrically shaped meat doesn’t sound too appealing.
Dinner: Ratty. Pearl onions…sounds fancy!
Lunch: V-Dub. Chicken fingers plus enchilada bar–a Friday staple just got better.
Dinner: Ratty by default. With the V-dub offering the dubious combination of Fisherman’s Pie in Puff Pastry and Cheese Raviolis with Vodka Sauce, we don’t even have to check the menu to know it’s a Ratty night.
Lunch: V-Dub. The Ratty has much of the same today, so stop by the V-Dub for an enchilada bar and grilled Montreal chicken.
Dinner: V-Dub. The V-Dub is hosting the Cape Verdean Dinner Special, and that means a tasty BBQ chicken dinner with Pudim de Leite to top it all off. (That means flan for all of you non-Cape Verdeans.)
Lunch: V-Dub. For serving Saturday Night Jambalaya in the honor of BSR’s “Saturday Night Jambalaya” show. We can only hope that the meal has “a little bit of everything, a whole lot of flavor” in it as well.
Dinner: Ratty. Because couscous croquettes with cider pepper sauce, while having the possibility of being one of those times that the Ratty becomes overly ambitious with its meal names, still hold much more potential than turkey pot pie.
Lunch: V-Dub. But not for its Chicken Finger Friday this time. No, this time, it’s for your Vegan Nuggets Friday.
Dinner: V-Dub. Thanks for reconsidering how to use your Stir Fry Station. That’s right, out with the vegetables, and in with the Bananas Foster and Cherries Jubilee.