Published: Jan. 25, 2022

Campus Dining Services has 16 locations across campus, offering a variety of convenient options for breakfast, lunch and dinner. To easily explore your options, use the Nutrislice website or download the Nutrislice app to view menus and filter by dietary accommodations. 

Dining centers will be operating as normal with in-person dining (operations are subject to change). Here are some places to check out on campus.

If you’re around Farrand Field

  • Libby on the Run - This grab-n-go serves breakfast and lunch items, like acai bowls and grain bowls. This location and all its plates are completely free from gluten, wheat, peanuts and tree nuts. 
  • CU on the Run - Located in the C4C, CU on the Run gets you on your way quickly with freshly made sandwiches, salads and hot food items.
  • The Bakery - The Bakery in the C4C features responsibly sourced specialty coffees, made-from-scratch pastries and lunch options to-go. Craving something sweet? Grab a signature buffalo cookie or vegan and gluten-free brownies.
  • WeatherTech Cafe - This late-night restaurant located in the east end of the C4C near the Buff OneCard office serves made-to-order pizzas, salads and sandwiches. Try the Darley Divine or the Farrand Fodder sandwiches. Grab dinner and study or eat with your roommates around our center fireplace or on the outdoor patio.
  • The Alley @ Farrand - The Alley @ Farrand’s menu is built around natural, local and organic options. They feature made-to-order burgers, ready-made pizzas and daily lunch specials.
  • C4C Dining Center - This dining center features eight micro-restaurants, a build-your-own salad/deli bar and dessert station. Each micro-restaurant offers cuisine from around the world, including Italian, Asian and Latin. Our Black Coats station features weekly specials like pho, ramen and meals highlighting local ingredients. Lines can get long here, so get there early or try one of the options above!

If you’re around the University Memorial Center

If you’re around the Rec Center or Norlin Library

  • Sewall Dining Center - Located in Sewall Hall on the north side of campus near the Rec Center, Norlin Library and Macky Auditorium, Sewall Dining Center serves multicultural meal options, traditional “comfort” food and items right off the grill.

If you’re in Williams Village

  • Village Center Dining - Village Center in Williams Village offers globally and locally inspired meals at its five micro-restaurants. Highlights include all-day breakfast at Toast, freshly-made smoothies and locally-sourced ingredients featured at the Hearth.

If you’re on east campus

  • SEEC Cafe - Located on east campus in the Sustainability, Energy and Environment Community, the SEEC Cafe serves fresh-brewed sustainably sourced coffee and teas, breakfast and lunch items such as freshly-made salads, grain and noodle bowls, along with daily specials and house-made soups. There is also a retail section with snacks, beverages and health necessities.