Gardiner Hall (Dining Facility)
The Dining Hall continues to buzz with activity as students, faculty, and staff gather to relax while having a nice comforting meal and converse about daily news. The series of grand windows offer a broad view to the quad where you can hear the laughter of students enjoying the day. It is an environment that is rich in history and character with beautiful wood-paneled walls and a brick fireplace at the western end of the building displaying names of King Medalists; a traditional honor since 1898 bestowed on the student that best epitomizes the character of St. Andrew's School.
Professional dining services are provided by Flick Independent School Dining in St. Andrew's Gardiner Hall, and features a diversified menu of nutritional options daily. Flik has partnered with the St. Andrew's community to customize a program that meets the needs of our community. Every student and campus is unique and Flik recognizes our specific culinary needs and what it takes to meet them. Chefs use fresh local ingredients and world-class culinary techniques to provide students with innovative menus. From colorful salad bars to homemade soups, our dining hall is a source of pride and values. Chef Ian Kiebauskas who is a Johnson and Wales graduate and has worked in the food industry for numerous years. Previously he was the Chef at the Dexter School and Beaver Country Day – both schools in Massachusetts.
FIRST LEVEL - A spacious atrium entrance, broad patio and outside seating, additional dining room seating, reconfigured stairwell with
separate entrance/exit, added food stations, updated appliances and new kitchen format, and an open space serving area.
LOWER LEVEL - Head Master's dining and conference room with separate entrance/exit, Two restrooms, an administrative office, and a prep kitchen.
Click here for a direct link to St. Andrew's Weekly Menu on Flik's Web site or click here to visit their home page and get valuable resources about nutrition, available newsletters, and meet the dining services staff.