At Ellington’s, we provide students studying business administration with an emphasis in hospitality and tourism management the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in a restaurant setting. As part of their course requirements, students are responsible for planning, preparing and serving made-from-scratch meals, each centered on a unique theme.
We are committed to giving students a stimulating, realistic experience in a positive, creative learning environment. Students are dedicated to providing the following:
High-quality, nutritious food.
Excellent and timely service.
Compliance with the highest safety and sanitation standards.
A pleasant and friendly dining atmosphere.
The Student Experience
Students participate in Ellington’s as part of the coursework in food service systems management in practice (BADM 303), a required class for those majoring in business administration with an emphasis in hospitality and tourism management. Each week, students assume lead roles commonly found in a food service operation, such as general manager or executive chef, while supervising their classmates. Together, they work as a dynamic team to deliver a delectable meal and inviting atmosphere.
Make plans to join us for lunch and let us know what you think of your experience. Students value customer feedback and use it to gain insight and better the overall Ellington’s experience.