Eleven venues joined the GWorld program this fall, including Sweetgreen’s location in The Avenue that began accepting the payment option Sept. 20.
Manager of Upper Crust Pizza, Shawn Shenefield said student requests prompted the restaurant’s acceptance of GWorld. The pizzeria, located at 1727 Pennsylvania Ave., opened in April and students can use their GWorld for delivery when ordering through the Campus Food website.
LiteStar Health Bistro at 2101 L St., Teatro Goldoni at 1901 K St., Rasoi Indian Kitchen at 1810 K St., as well as Whole Foods and Roti in The Avenue also accept GWorld for the first time this fall.
The Mediterranean-style venue Kabobji Grill at 1321 Connecticut Ave. signed a GWorld agreement this week, but did not announce when it will begin accepting the campus cards.
Burger, Tap and Shake at The Avenue will accept GWorld when it opens later this month. Although this unique burger bar sells alcohol, University policy prohibits its purchase with GWorld.
“We’re taking GWorld because we feel that we want to have a good relationship with the student body at George Washington University,” owner David Wizenberg said.