Jazzman’s cafe to revolutionize Widener dining

By Kendall Neil
September 4, 2003

Marisa Gallelli

While the Cabrini College community lays the food court to rest with its colors of white, beige, and green, the bright colors of reds, blues, golds, and purples have taken over. Welcome Jazzman’!

When head baker, Vikki Sgro first walked into Jazzman’s her first impression was that “this could be a cool Friday or Saturday night hang out.” While students at first were wary about the new food court, more and more people are warming up to the idea. Senior Laura Giorlando feels that change is good, and just what Cabrini College needed. “I am excited because it looks great, and I think it will be a great asset to our college and for future endeavors at Cabrini.”

A big concern about the new food court was exactly what kind of foods will be served. Manager Tom Henry gave the grand tour through what will soon be, the crowded counters of Jazzman’s. First around the counter will be flavored expresso shots ranging in flavors from French vanilla to apple pie. Frozen drinks and smoothies are also available. Continuing around the counter is where pots of the brand, Seattle’s Best Coffee will be served. Sgro will be busy baking the various muffins, scones, cakes, cookie and brownie bars that will reside in the bakery case next to the coffee. There will be 15 flavors of muffins that will rotate through the year. A bagel bar will also be put in place, allowing the chance for bagel sandwiches. Four soups will make a daily appearance. Three wraps, chicken Caesar, turkey blt, and veggie, six different sandwiches, and salads will either be made to order, or if you’re in a rush, can be taken from the neighboring refrigerator.

Hours for Jazzman’s are still in the works, but are looking as if they will be 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Friday until after the grand opening when later hours and weekend hours will be established.

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