Newly-Renovated University Club at Hofstra Opens

March 2008
FoodService Director;3/15/2008, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p12
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This article reports on the reopening of the University Club at Hofstra University in Hemstead, New York, in 2008. The club was reopened after a renovation. The facility is part restaurant and part event space that caters exclusively to members, Hofstra faculty and staff. Eisa Shukran, director of dining services for Lackmann culinary Services at Hofstra, said they wanted the club to be a showcase for the university, and a place where conferences, meetings and seminars could be held.


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