If you’ve been to the bold, beautiful Diana Center this year, you probably noticed a few changes to Liz’s Place and the Diana Cafe. We received tips during NSOP about an addition to Liz’s Place called “Provisions On Demand,” but we didn’t think it would be that special. WELL, LET US TELL YOU—Diana (if it wasn’t already) is the place to be.
This new “Provisions Center” offers some quick snacks and drinks if you don’t have time to wait in the normal Liz’s Place coffee line. Provisions include soda, water, yogurt, fruit, and even Lunchables. You can cash out your purchases at a little kiosk by the stand. This new addition to Liz’s even has a full on medicine section. If you want to feel like you’re in an airport before heading to your 10:10 class, Liz’s Place is the place for you!
If the Provisions Center wasn’t enough to draw you into that big orange building at Barnard, go up a flight of stairs and check out the improved Diana Cafe. While it typically draws students for its pizzas (we average about 2 white pizzas a week) and occasional sushi selection, Diana Cafe now features a “deli” section. You can choose from a few pre-made sandwiches (we had the roast beef one and it wasn’t bad), or wait in line to build your own sandwich. A special lunch deal features half a sandwich, half a soup or salad, and chips/fruit for under $7. What a way to spend those points. Between the Provisions Center and an upgraded Diana Cafe, we have even more of a reason to spend our entire four years at Columbia in The Vag.