Columbia Business School's Opening Brings New Dining Options to Manhattanville

Columbia Dining is making the Columbia Business School more delicious with two new eateries in Manhattanville! 

March 24, 2022

The Commons at Kravis Hall

Located on the second floor of Kravis Hall, The Commons is the go-to eatery at the Business School. It’s open for breakfast and lunch and offers fresh salads, hearty sandwiches, or something hot-off-the-grill.

Open to the Columbia Community, Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM


The Café at David Geffen Hall

The Café, located in the lobby of David Geffen Hall, serves fresh coffee and espresso, house-made pastries, and gourmet ready-to-go sandwiches. The Café has everything you need from a quick mid-day caffeine boost to a leisurely lunch.

Open to the public, Monday – Friday, 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM


Columbia Dining is committed to one thing: Good Food.

This passion is evident throughout each detail of our operation and every delicious meal we serve. It is what guides the decisions we make every day, from the nutritious, quality ingredients we select to the sustainable practices woven throughout every facet of our operation. Our highly skilled culinary team ensures every detail is delicious. Plan a visit to our new locations in Manhattanville and taste for yourself!


Columbia's new business school

Columbia Business School’s new home in Manhattanville is a 492,000-square-foot facility, spread across a pair of buildings designed by the renowned architecture firm of Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with FXCollaborative. Facing each other across a one-acre landscaped area known as The Square, which has been designed by James Corner Field Operations as the largest public park on any of Columbia’s campuses, the two new buildings, Henry R. Kravis Hall and David Geffen Hall double the school’s space while bringing together offices, classrooms, and other facilities. The buildings’ multifunctional spaces are designed to foster a sense of community—encouraging students, faculty, alumni, and practitioners to gather in the informal, collaborative exchanges that are essential to contemporary business—while engaging the school with the ongoing life of the surrounding West Harlem community and New York City. Read more about Columbia Business School’s new home.