NATCHITOCHES – The Columns Café at Northwestern State University will serve a Greek-inspired dinner from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24 in Room 225 of the Family and Consumer Sciences Building.
The menu will include saganaki (seared halloumi with peanut dukkah and honey, house made Greek cheese, seared, and served with honey and peanut dukkah), avgolemono soup with chicken and lemon, salata me portokalia kai elies (orange and olive arugula salad tossed with vinaigrette), braised leg of lamb, baklava and pita bread with tzatziki.
The price is $45.
The Columns Café is a hands-on outreach of the Hospitality Management and Tourism program that serves lunches and dinners on select dates. The Café is located in Room 225 of the Family and Consumer Sciences Building. Guests must purchase tickets in advance and seating is directed so that all seats are filled.
The Columns Café is student-run with seasonal, locally sourced meals prepared in the culinary arts lab and served by students. The Café provides students with experiential learning in the logistics and teamwork required to plan, prepare and serve a formal dinner. All proceeds go towards support of HMT students and academic programming.