Keeping Kosher at Cornell
Kosher food at your fingertips!
104West! is Cornell's kosher and multicultural dining room. Menus are prepared under the supervision of STAR-K (meat and pareve) and STAR-D (dairy) Kosher Certifications, and Jewish dietary laws are strictly followed with the direction of a resident "Mashgiach," or kosher-food supervisor.
You don't have to keep kosher to enjoy the menu–we have traditional kosher entrees and ethnic and international options to enjoy. Dining options also include vegetarian and vegan.
Other Kosher Facilities
Toni Morrison Dining Hall on North Campus has a Kosher dining station open that is also STAR-K certified.
104 West! sends packaged food to the following locations:
It's Kosher! Kosher station (North Star Dining Hall)
Libe Slope Cafe (Olin Library)
Mattin’s (Duffield Hall)
Bear Necessities (Robert Purcell Community Center)
The Cornell Dairy Bar, Cornell's famous ice cream shop, is certified Kosher!
When you are feeling under the weather this year (or for parents, if your student is sick), remember that Hillel is here with our Jewish Penicillin Hotline! Just fill out this form and we will deliver free, kosher, homemade chicken or veggie soup to you for some extra comfort and to help get you on the road to recovery.