Campus Dining Venues

There are several venues and dining options across campus. Many locations have specialized offerings, such as the Marketplace's salad bar, the rotating menu at Foodside, and vegetarian and vegan options at Hillel!

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The Marketplace

Located in the center of campus, The Marketplace is W&L's all-you-care-to-eat dining facility. The Marketplace serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, and offers continuous dining options (so you can grab a snack or cup of coffee between classes). Whether you're craving homestyle entrées, global cuisine or a big, beautiful salad, you’ll find fresh and nutritious meals that will satisfy your palate.

Café 77

Serving from early morning to late at night, Café 77 is open in Elrod Commons for your convenience and your taste buds. Located in the heart of campus, Café 77 is a great place to get an artisan-quality deli sandwich, hand-made local smash burgers from Potter Family Farm, breakfast all day, sushi and more. Take advantage of the daily specials and fresh fruit and yogurt parfaits on your way to class, work or activities.

Upper-Division Dining

Upper-Division Housing hosts the Foodside restaurant and a coffee house and pub called Fireside. Meet friends for dinner on weeknights at Foodside, where you'll enjoy rotating concept menus throughout the year. In a relaxing space that overlooks Wilson Field, Fireside offers specialty sandwiches, coffee favorites and local beverages, including Sweet Things ice cream.

E. Cafe

Located in the Hillel House on Washington Street, the E. Cafe is a kosher-style deli that offers breakfast and lunch. The menu features soups, made-to-order salads, sandwiches, smoothies and the most authentic bagels you'll find for miles around.

The Tea House

The newly renovated Center for Global Learning features the Tea House, which serves freshly steeped hot and iced loose-leaf teas as well as your favorite espresso specialty beverages, shaken teas and bubble teas. Exclusive baked goods, salads and sandwiches complement the beverage selection.

The Brief Stop

Located in Sydney Lewis Hall, the newly renovated Brief Stop is open for breakfast and lunch. Fresh local coffee and tea, bagels and pastries, soups, sushi and house-made sandwiches and salads are all on the menu. Stop by weekly for a special lunch buffet featuring flavors from around the world.

Sorority Dining

Sorority dining is available exclusively for sorority members and their guests on campus. Sorority members are eligible to eat in an intimate, family-style dining setting at any of the sorority houses. Sorority dining provides lunch and dinner Monday through Friday.