1899 Dining Hall
In 1899, The Training School for Christian Workers was founded to give young people training for Christian service. Throughout the 19th century, the school grew and changed from just one teacher and two students into what it is today. During this time of development, the name of the school changed four times before becoming Azusa Pacific University. In a tribute to our heritage, the Dining Hall was renamed 1899 Dining Hall, a name that we hope will remind all who enter the doors of the God First, community based service that we at Hospitality Services have dedicated ourselves to employ.
The 1899 Dining Hall serves three meals daily during the week and is open for brunch and dinner Saturdays and Sundays. During each meal block, there is something new to try. Have made-to-order omelets and fruit for breakfast, grilled fish and a salad for lunch, and tri tip and baked potato for dinner. The possibilities are endless!
Check out our delicious pasta bar, N.Y. style deli sandwiches on Tuesdays, as well as delicious homemade tacos on Thursdays during lunch.
Each month we also feature themed dinners such as the Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas family dinners. Themed dinners feature a specialized menu including exotic desserts served in a festively decorated atmosphere complete with music. An unforgettable evening is guaranteed. Look for posters and advertisements for other exciting events. You can also check out our web page or Facebook page for more information.
Acceptable methods of payment for a meal in the 1899 Dining Hall are meal plans, Cougar Bucks, Dining Dollars, Department Dollars and meals, cash, or credit/debit cards.
The 1899 Dining Hall is located on East Campus just north of the Student Union/Cougar Dome at 901 East Alosta Avenue, Azusa, California 91702. View on campus map
Hours of Operation
(Hours listed are for the school year and may be subject to change.)
|Saturday Brunch||10 a.m.–2 p.m.|
|Sunday Brunch||10 a.m.–2 p.m.|
|Monday–Friday||11 a.m.–2 p.m.|