A restaurant’s Activity Level indicates how many Bruins are currently dining at that restaurant, relative to its capacity.
UCLA Dining strives to provide the fastest possible service under all circumstances. However, restaurants with a high activity level may have longer wait times and less seating availability. Activity level data is updated every 5 minutes.
Activity level data is provided by CrowdZen, a research project that uses a mobile app and data from WiFi access points to measure the crowd levels in certain high-traffic areas here at UCLA.