Kosher & Halal Dining

Freshly prepared kosher or halal meals and other menu options are included in all dining plans at no additional cost.

Ramadan Mubarak!

Nightly selections for breaking your fast are available at the Class of 1953 Commons as a part of all dining plans.

Kosher Dining at the Pavilion



The Pavilion, located in '53 Commons, was the first kosher restaurant in the state of New Hampshire open to the public, and meets high standards for kashrut.

Rabbinical supervision of our dairy-free kitchen is provided by the rabbi at Tablet K. Our staff also works with the Roth Center for Jewish Life at Dartmouth to provide kosher proteins and groceries for student-prepared Shabbos meals.


The Pavilion is open for dinner from Sunday through Thursday and for lunch from Monday through Friday.

Halal Dining at '53 Commons



Dartmouth Dining is sensitive to those guests desiring to eat Halal.  Our culinary team, led by Executive Chef Chris Kaschak, has incorporated menu selections daily that are certified Halal as well as identified items that adhere to the Halal expectations by their nature or preparation method.  Look for the (HALAL) symbol throughout our program.

Halal options, many made-to-order, range from grilled chicken and hamburgers prepared on dedicated equipment at the Grill, to pizzas from the Hearth, beef for stir fry at Saute Fresh, beef, lamb, and a selection of finishing sauces. Haram ingredients are treated as allergens, and efforts are made to prevent any cross-contamination.

We work closely with the Tucker Center, to provide a variety of options that fit many tastes.