WKU Restaurant Group announces Moe’s mobile ordering

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Alexandria Anderson, Content Editor

The WKU Restaurant Group announced Jan. 11 that Moe’s Southwest Grill will move to mobile ordering only, beginning this semester.

Students will be able to use the Dining Sidekick app to order from Moe’s and locations announced last spring to be mobile ordering only.

Dining Sidekick allows students to order using meal swipes, flex dollars, meal plan dollars, Big Red dollars and a regular credit card. Value meals and other menu items are all available via the app.

Last February, the WKU Restaurant Group announced RedZone, The Den, Java City and The Spread would only take orders via Dining Sidekick. These changes come in order to reduce wait times and increase service speed, according to the WKU Restaurant Group after the change was announced.

The WKU Restaurant Group has not said why the change of Moe’s to Dining Sidekick only occurred. For more information about on-campus dining options, visit the WKU Restaurant Group website.

Content editor Alexandria Anderson can be reached at [email protected]