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Your friend thinks eating in a campus dining hall might be fun. Instead of getting stuck listening to a 19-year-old talk about how the TA they’re in love with is out to get them, go to Transfer Co. Food Hall instead. The dozens of plants and fresh flower arrangements keep this place from feeling like a cafeteria and it’s a great way to try a bunch of local spots all at once. There’s Benchwarmers for wood-fired bagel sandwiches, Chhote’s for Indian street food, Bul Box for Korean-inspired rice bowls, and many others. You can also grab a drink at the bar and take it anywhere in the food hall, or to one of the tables outside.

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