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Campus Dining still looking to hire 80 employees to staff One World Café

Two café eateries will open to students this month, according to Campus Dining

<p>Two of One World Café’s five eateries — Kali Orexi and Tikka Table — are projected to open in late March.&nbsp;</p>

Two of One World Café’s five eateries — Kali Orexi and Tikka Table — are projected to open in late March. 

Campus Dining is still looking to hire more than 80 employees to staff One World Café, the three-story, 53,500-sq. ft. international-themed eatery located outside of Capen Hall.

On Thursday, CDS will host a job fair from 1-6 p.m. for potential employees. The café opened its doors to students for studying and socializing at the start of the spring semester, but won’t open its food counters until late March, according to the organization.

“We’re getting ready to open the brand new One World Café and we are hiring line managers, line cooks, prep cooks, cashiers and dishwashers,” CDS wrote on its website.

Two of the café’s five eateries — Kali Orexi and Tikka Table — are supposed to open in March, according to CDS. The other three eateries — 1846 Grill, Pan Asian and the Noodle Pavilion — will undergo a “phased opening,” probably in the fall, according to Eric Blackledge, executive director of CDS.

One World Café is part of UB’s Heart of the Campus initiative and features more than 800 seats, an international-themed dining center, The University Club and a pre-function space for Buffalo Room events.

UB says the project will ultimately add 138 new positions to campus.

Justin Weiss is the managing editor and can be reached at 


Justin Weiss is The Spectrum's managing editor. In his free time, he can be found hiking, playing baseball or throwing things at his TV when his sports teams aren't winning. His words have appeared in Elite Sports New York and the Long Island Herald. He can be found on Twitter @Jwmlb1.



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