The newest dining hall on the Indiana University-Bloomington campus, the Restaurant at Woodlands in the Forest Quad, is almost fully operational with eight of nine planned stations operating, reports the Indiana Daily Student. The ninth, the Stone Grill, was closed after only half of a day because the ventilation system for the grill was not sufficient and there is currently no set time frame for when it will be ready. The stations that are operating include A Cut Above (a chophouse concept), Romaine (soups and salads), Caliente (Latin American dishes), The Round (bakery cafe), (healthy frozen yogurt/smoothie concept), Fusion (rotating ethnic cuisines), (pizza/Italian) and The Clubhouse (diner concept).