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Kosher - Shabbat and Jewish Holiday Meals
Kosher Dining at MIT adheres to the highest standards of Jewish dietary law. Program oversight is by the Vaad Harabonim of New England (Rabbinical Council of New England), MIT Campus Dining, and MIT Hillel. The Howard Dining Hall in Maseeh Hall offers a dedicated kosher station during lunch and dinner. Visit the House Dining homepage, operated by Bon Appétit, for menus and hours. Also, Kosher Dining offers some weekday and holiday dinners in W11 (reservations may be required). All meals are part of the meal plan or can be paid for with TechCASH.
Muslim students will find halal menu offerings at all of the house dining halls. Visit the House Dining homepage for more information including menus and hours of operation.
If you observe a vegetarian diet, you will find choices at every restaurant on campus. All House Dining locations offer extensive vegetarian menus. Wherever possible, dedicated equipment is used to prepare and maintain the integrity of vegetarian offerings.
There are seven food items that account for almost 90% of food allergic reactions: milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, soy, and wheat. We work hard to identify all dishes that are prepared with these items and we advise diners with allergies to do following:
Students with special diets should be seen by a student health professional at MIT Medical and receive a referral to the MIT Medical nutritionist. Read more about special diets and house dining meal plans.