Carnegie Mellon University

Skibo Café

Skibo Café has historical significance for CMU’s dining program. Recently renovated, Skibo offers a multifunctional dining space that encourages social interaction and collaboration and celebrates the traditions of Carnegie Mellon's campus, contributing to the university’s sense of community and pride.

It features seating in the form of communal tables, soft seating, two booth sitting areas, bar and café-style seating, as well as writable wall and tabletop surfaces, digital displays, and easy access to power and data. The space also features a stage and improved acoustics for plug-and-play performances. The Skibo Café seating area is open 24 hours.

Skibo Café

Skibo Café - view from entrance

Communal tables are equipped with rolls of paper for notetaking and sketching.

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Skibo Café - view from stage

A stage area is available for plug-and-play performances.

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Skibo Café - view of booth seating and digital displays

Booths that also offer bar-height café seating flank two large digital displays available for news, sporting events, movies, and more.

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Skibo Café - view of booth seating

The booth seating also offers bar-height café seats on the other side. Café seating along the wall offers writable glass surfaces for notes and sketching.

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Skibo Café - seating area that overlooks Lee Lobby

The café offers many types of seating, including two soft seating areas at the front and back of the space.

View the Virtual Tour of Skibo Café.

Skibo Café

Skibo Café - seating area on stage that overlooks the Cut

The café offers many types of seating, including two soft seating areas at the front and back of the space.

The stage area is available for plug-and-play performances (furniture can be removed for shows).

View the Virtual Tour of Skibo Café.