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Popular app extending lines and wait: Some students complain that service at Moe’s way too slow

Students and staff wait in line at Moe's during a lunch-time rush. Which Wich will open where Moe's line forms now. (..../)

Written by Hunter Terrell, Staff Writer

One of VSU’s favorite dining options, Moe’s Southwest Grill, has relocated from the retail center of Palms dining to the Student Union, adjacent to Chick-fil-A, where Nathan’s used to be.

Moe’s still offers Homewreckers with a side of guacamole as well as maintaining a welcoming atmosphere that is created by the employees, but students now say the wait is worse than ever before.

Junior, Marisa Whisnant said that it is ridiculous. “I do not understand why it takes so long. I stood in line for at least 20 minutes. The employees are great and always make my chicken tacos to my liking, but it literally takes too long for them to bring the time spent in line down.”

Junior, Ryan Nottage proposed a likely reason to the time spent waiting, stating “While standing in line, I noticed that every two in-person orders, they put a Tapingo order in between, if they have to. That’s the only possible explanation for it being so time consuming. I’m scared to see the lines when Which Wich is finally put in.”

Tapingo allows students to place an order ahead of time, basically skipping the line. Students can place orders at Moe’s, Starbucks, Valdosta Bread Company, and other places on and off campus. Students can also set up money on their Flex card or personal bank card to pay ahead.

Sophomore, Meagan Tyler loves Tapingo, “I always place an order so I can pick up in between classes. I’m an impatient person so the faster, the better. Also, I am so excited about Which Wich. It may not be in the roomiest place, but it is something new.”

Aramark plans on revealing Which Wich to VSU students sometime mid-Sept.

Moe’s Southwest Grill will continue serving up quesadillas, stacks, and endless tortilla chips to the whole VSU community.

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