Opening in spring 2022, One World Café is UB’s internationally themed dining spot and gathering place. Situated at one of the North Campus’ busiest crossroads, One World Café will offer members of the campus community a chance to share authentically prepared dishes from around the globe. But it’s more than just a restaurant. Reflective of our globally diverse community and many cultures, UB’s highly anticipated new eatery will be a testament to the university’s collective spirit of openness and inclusivity.
Stop in to scope out your new favorite spot before food service begins in spring.
Food service will start in the spring, but the seating area will be open for use when students return at the end of January.
A closeup of the One World design along the wall adjacent to the entry of the café. One World will offer a variety of international fare on campus when food service is scheduled to begin in the spring.
A look at the colorful design above one of the food stations inside the café. Each food platform — five in all — will have a “very unique style and feel.”
A view of the tile work and artistry diners will find inside the café. One World Café will also include international drinks and snacks, as well as some Kosher choices and grab-and-go options.
A view of the main staircase inside the new three-story building. One World Café will serve as an important connector to other parts of the North Campus.
The bold, colorful artwork installed on the ceiling of this seating area was commissioned by UB’s Public Art Committee for One World Café. The piece by Harumo Sato, a 2015 UB graduate, was chosen from a pool of artists.