North Dining Hall
Built in 1957, the second of Notre Dame’s student dining halls was the final building constructed on North Quad. Serving the students of the northeast section of campus, North Dining Hall offers the same variety of food as South Dining Hall but in a contemporary setting. On any given day, some 100 different entrées (with at least as many extras for customization) are available, plus more than 20 types of beverages.
The building was renovated and expanded in 1987 to add a second level for diners, but it still retains the original wood relief of the “The Last Supper” carved by Notre Dame sculptor Ivan Mestrovic.
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