The Library of Congress has hired FAME Food Management to operate its in-house food services and position it for a planned expansion of onsite dining operations, reports Roll Call. The only onsite dining venue currently is a small cafeteria on the sixth floor of the James Madison Building. Plans call for another dining room and a coffee shop in that building as well as a dining outlet in the courtyard of the Thomas Jefferson Building. Dining operations at the Library had been managed by ...
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