The new Breakpoint Café, which quietly opened over the summer in the lobby of the Brendan Iribe Center for Computer Science and Engineering, is now offering a full menu.
Dining Services’ latest eatery on campus offers omelet burritos, breakfast and flatbread sandwiches, rice or sweet potato bowls, and fresh salads, all made to order. Customers pick from a variety of proteins and cheeses and finish off their dish with items from the cold bar—much like in a fast-casual restaurant. Those in a morning rush can choose from two breakfast sandwich express options daily.
Breakpoint Café was named by computer science major Ashwath Krishnan ’21 in a contest sponsored by the College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences; it references a term for pausing computer code while debugging.
The café is open in the building’s atrium 7:30 a.m.–4 p.m. weekdays, switching from breakfast to lunch at 10:30.
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