Mark your calendar for Wednesdays on the Mall

Enjoy a delicious lunch and music on the Terrell Mall during Wednesdays on the Mall in June and July. Each event runs from 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. just outside the CUB.

Wednesdays on the Mall is a great summer tradition on the Pullman campus, and you don’t want to miss out on these tasty dishes:

  • June 7: Street hot dogs with choice of all-beef, German sausage, or Beyond Meat bratwurst
  • June 28: Sweet Hawaiian huli huli chicken or tofu, served with rice and macaroni salad
  • July 19: Butter chicken or chickpeas served with rice, pita, and salad
  • July 26: Street tacos with choice of beef birria, pollo asado, and plant-based options, rice and beans

Order and pay ahead of time with the GET app. You can also pay with Cougar CASH or a debit/credit card at the event. Prices are TBD and will be posted online.

Wednesdays on the Mall is made possible through a partnership between WSU Dining Services and the CUB. If it rains, the event will be canceled.

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