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Hayden Dining Hall
Closed for SummerMonday–Thursday: 7:30am-3:00pm4:30pm-8:00pmFriday7:30am-3:00pmSaturday: 11:00am- 8:00pmSunday: ClosedPayments accepted:Cash, Credit Cards, Dining Dollars, Campus Cash and Meal Plans
BEST COOKIESHayden's Cookies were voted the best on campus in the 2012 Best of NYU Dining Contest
33 Washington Square WestPhone: (212) 995-3074Fax: (212) 995-4865Location Manager: Gordon Hayes
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Welcome to Hayden! Taking NYU Dining from good service to great experience we have branded each facility with their own unique personality! Hayden represents NYU Dining's sustainable and healthy eating initiatives. We show support for local growers by serving a selection of seasonal, locally grown fruits and vegetables. We serve only cage free eggs at our grill and our fish is harvested using sustainable farming methods to ensure robust fish populations for the future.Learn more about sustainable seafood and what fish are appropriate to consume Monterey Bay Seafood WatchOur Sustainability Practices!In effort to reduce our carbon footprint we have implemented a variety of sustainable practices.-Trayless Dining helping to conserve water and energy and reduce the amount of detergents and chemicals that are expelled into the environment. -Ionized Water Cleaning is used in daily maintenance cleaning on table tops and counters.-Reusable Meals 2 Go containers reduce waste generated by disposable take out containers. We are in the process of piloting the program to gauge its effectiveness on our campus.-Farmers Market Cart showcases locally grown fruits and vegetables that are currently in season.Hayden has fresh fruit spa water available daily
Gluten Free Offerings Looking for Gluten Free Options, you will find them through-out our serving area. Ask a manager for specific information on menus and offerings.
Every Monday at HaydenMeatless Monday is an international initiative to reduce the amount of meat in your diet by 15% to improve personal health and the health of the planet. Just one day a week can help reduce the risk of cancers, heart disease &Type 2 Diabetes.Click here for more information.