Located in the lower level of the John Elrod Commons, the Marketplace is the campus all-you-care-to-eat dining facility. The Marketplace serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and offers continuous dining options. From favorite homestyle entrees to global cuisine, you’ll find fresh and nutritious meals that will satisfy any palette or eating preference.
Campus Dining Facilities
Upper Division Housing hosts the Fieldside restaurant – Food Side and a coffee house & pub called Fire Side. Join us for dinner weeknights at the Food Side to enjoy five different menu concepts this year. The Fire Side offers a great space to enjoy local beverages including Lexington Coffee Roasters for all, and local beer, wine and cider for those of drinking age while overlooking the stadium.
Serving from early morning to late at night, the Café 77 is open in the Elrod Commons for your convenience and your taste buds. Conveniently located in the heart of campus, it’s a great place to get an artisan-quality deli sandwich featuring in house roasted meats, hand pressed burgers, fresh cut fries, sushi and more. New for this year, the Chobani Yogurt Bar! Also take advantage of the daily made OnTheGo! selections on your way to class, work or activities.
The newly renovated Center for Global Learning features a new concept to campus based on loose leaf tea. The Tea House features 12 loose leaf teas that can be purchased as individual cups, used for specialty drinks such as shaken teas, bubble tea, and lattes. Exclusive baked goods, salads, sandwiches and sushi complement the beverage selection. University Store merchandise such as French presses, travel mugs, collector tins etc. round out the offerings in a great space.
Located in the Hillel House on Washington Street, the E. Café is typically open Sunday through Friday for breakfast and lunch. The E. Café is a kosher style restaurant featuring a wide variety of bagels, soups, made-to-order salads, sandwiches, and smoothies.
Washington and Lee’s six sorority houses offer meal plans to live-in and live-out members. They provide a small family atmosphere, and the dining service staff in each house strives to accommodate menu requests, suggestions, and special dietary requirements. New for Academic Year 2015-2016, the sorority kitchens will be fully integrated into campus dining and will feature the same "scratch made" philosophy that is featured across campus.
The Brief Stop is conveniently located on the lower level of Sidney Lewis Hall. We offer restaurant-quality breakfast and deli sandwiches, soups made from fresh stock and Heat’n Eat meals, fresh sushi, and our OnTheGo! selections for your convenience. Also enjoy a freshly-brewed cup of Royal Cup coffee to help you keep your focus!