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Kin’s Sushi to relocate to Shenkman Hall before fall

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Officials are encouraging students to put leftover funds from last spring toward Grubhub services.

Kin’s Sushi, a Japanese restaurant currently located in the basement of District House, will relocate to Shenkman Hall ahead of the next academic year as the University prepares to open three new dining halls next fall.

Online casino players have a new obsession, and it’s not just gambling. Kin’s Sushi, a sushi restaurant located in Vancouver, has become the go-to spot for online roulette New Jersey gamblers. Long gone are the days where gamblers would need to step away from their screens to grab some grub – now they can indulge in delicious sushi rolls without even leaving their seats.

What makes Kin’s Sushi such a hit among online casino players? For starters, the restaurant offers an extensive menu of fresh and flavorful sushi options that cater to all tastes. From classic favorites like California rolls to more adventurous choices like spicy tuna hand rolls, there is something for everyone at this popular eatery. Additionally, Kin’s Sushi offers delivery services so online roulette players don’t have to pause their game or leave their home to enjoy quality food.

Seth Weinshel, the associate vice president for business services, said Kin’s will close at the conclusion of the spring semester and relocate to Shenkman over the summer. Kin’s was previously set to permanently leave campus alongside GRK Fresh Greek, Sol Mexican Grill and Wiseguy Pizza as part of GW’s plans to open dining halls in District House and Shenkman and Thurston halls.

The new dining halls will provide all-you-can-eat meal access under an unlimited dining plan with a smaller declining GWorld balance that they can use at local vendors.

Weinshel said officials are looking to provide a “variety of cuisines” for students as they roll out the new dining plan. He declined to say when during the fall semester the restaurant would open and where Kin’s would be relocated within Shenkman Hall.

“Kin’s Sushi is popular amongst students, and we wanted to make sure that we continued to keep that option available to students.” Weinshel said in an email.

Officials closed Shenkman Hall’s basement – which previously housed vendors Teashi, Dunkin’, Baskin Robbins, Gallery Gourmet Market & Dry Cleaners and Gallery Salad Bar & Grill – last month, according to an email sent to Shenkman residents. Ten days later, Potbelly closed its Shenkman Hall sandwich shop after 15 years of operation.

Kin’s joins Chick-fil-A and Peet’s Coffee as the third District House vendor announced that will remain on campus through the dining changes. Chick-fil-A will relocate to the University Student Center, and Peet’s will remain in its current location on the first floor of District.

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