Plan Your Lunch at Top of the Hill

The student-run Top of the Hill restaurant offers a range of cuisine styles from around the world. As part of their learning curriculum, students of the Culinary program offer unique and delicious food for students, staff, and community members during the Spring Term of each year. Experience new and creative tastes as student chefs create themed menus for delicious lunch buffets.

Top of the Hill Opening Thursday, January 21, 2021 - Curbside Pickup Only

We will start taking reservations at 9 am on Tuesday, January 19th. Reservations for the Top of the Hill Buffet Curbside Pickup can be made by calling 715-365-4466 between the hours of 8 am - 2 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Students will be taking reservations at this number as often as possible to enhance their learning opportunities. We will answer the phone as often as we can during this class and we do apologize if we miss your call.

Grab & Go Deli

The Grab and Go Deli will also be open for curbside pickup. Students will be serving  sandwiches, burgers, fries, salads, cookies and more 9 am -12:30 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Orders need to be placed in advance by calling 715-365-4466.

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student chef mixing cherries in a bowl

2021 Top of the Hill Buffet Curbside Pickup Schedule

Tuesdays & Thursdays - 11 am to 12:30 pm

January

Thursday, January 21 - Aloha Hawaiian Buffet View Menu (PDF)

Tuesday, January 26 - A Taste of Italy Buffet View Menu (PDF)

Thursday, January 28 - A Tour of Thailand Buffet View Menu (PDF)

February

Tuesday, February 2 - Alsace-Lorraine Buffet by Lorinda Miller-Jackson View Menu (PDF)

Thursday, February 4 - Comida de Jalisco, Mexico Buffet by Maja Holcomb View Menu (PDF)

Tuesday, February 9 - Feast of the East Chinese Buffet by Brandon Macklem View Menu (PDF)

Thursday, February 11 - A Taste of Switzerland Buffet by Kristie Hogenmiller View Menu (PDF)

Tuesday, February 16 - Seoul Food Korean Buffet View Menu (PDF)

Thursday, February 18 - French Picnic Buffet planned by Mandie Bowen View Menu (PDF)

Reservations are required. Please call 715-365-4466 to secure your curbside pickup reservation. The Culinary Club will also be accepting non-perishable goods for local food pantries & if interested, items can be dropped off when picking up food orders. If you need to cancel, please do so at least 24 hours in advance. This will allow reservations to be made by other customers. You can cancel a reservation by emailing vmendham@nicoletcollege.edu or by calling our reservation number.

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More Information About Top Of the Hill Curbside Pickup

Since we fill up quickly and we would like to allow as many of our community members to enjoy the cuisine from the Top of the Hill, we ask that each person limits their Curbside Pickup reservations to two.   After January 26th, if there are still openings, we welcome you to make additional Curbside Pickup reservations or request to be placed on our waiting list.

Tuesday and Thursday Lunch Buffets will feature themed cuisine buffets during the first seven weeks of this class. The “Themed Cuisine Buffets” will offer International and National Cuisines that are planned and prepared by the students, using fresh ingredients and a variety of foods to fit the cuisine. These are very popular with Top of the Hill customers, so make sure you get your reservations right away!  Buffets are $13.00 + tax per person.

Reservations are required and will be taken for pickup times between 11 am and 12:30 pm in 15-minute increments. We do request that you please be on time for your reservation, as we need to prevent a bottleneck in the parking lot. When you arrive, please pull into a numbered parking spot by the building and call 715-365-4466 to notify us of your arrival.

If classes at Nicolet College are cancelled for inclement weather, all Curbside Pickup services will be cancelled for that day and there will not be a make-up service date. 

Thank you for your support of our students! Without customers like you, it would be hard for the students to learn within our hands-on laboratory classes at “The Top of The Hill”.