Check out the Campus Dining website for a full list of dining locations, hours of operation, allergy and dietary accommodations, daily menus, and special events. A map of dining locations is also available.
Located in the LaFortune Student Center, The Huddle Food Court boasts a variety of quick restaurants as well as a convenience store stocked with everything from granola bars and shampoo to a coffee, tea, fruit, soup, and salad bar with LaFun Ice Cream in the back.
Check out the LaFortune directory and floor plans
Hagerty Family Cafe offers fresh-roasted Intelligentsia coffees, Freshens smoothies and crepes, and a selection of pastries and gelato. It has a great atmosphere, perfect for catching up with your friends, having study sessions, or enjoying a delicious dessert!
Modern Market offers salads, soups, sandwiches, home-style plates, pizzas and breakfast served all day. All dishes are made from scratch using whole, simple ingredients and are able to satisfy any dietary requirement, from gluten-free to vegan.
This Asian Grill and Noodle Bar offers noodle soups, salads, wok-fried dishes, and toasted Vietnamese sandwiches.
á la Descartes
"Located on the first floor of the Jordan Hall of Science, a la Descartes offers an assortment of snacks, bottled beverages, and coffee. It's the perfect place to grab a quick bite before class!"
Au Bon Pain
"Located on the first floor of the Hesburgh Library, Au Bon Pain serves made-to-order sandwiches and salads, soup, coffee, and delicious fresh-baked treats. Their cooler is also stocked with grab and go items if you're in a hurry! "
Au Bon Pain Food Cart
"Located in the center of Debartolo Hall's first floor, the express cart stocks fresh and pre-packaged baked goods, coffee, and tea."
"This express unit offers sandwiches, salads, drinks, and treats. Located on the lower level of the Mendoza College of Business."
Café de Grásta
"Get off the beaten path and try a treat from Café de Grásta. This [café] features signature wrap sandwiches along with hot specialties and cold drinks, located in Grace Hall on the Northeast corner of campus."
"Located in the Eck Hall of Law, Crossings serves fresh pastries, coffee & tea, deli sandwiches, paninis, hot specials, soup, and salads."
"Favorites include hearty deli sandwiches, a fresh salad bar, and daily lunch specials. Decio Commons also serves made to order burritos and burrito bowls as well as hot paninis."
"Located in Stinson-Remick Hall of Engineering, Kitz Kafé offers snacks, bottled beverages, soups, sandwiches, and coffee."
Charron Family Commons
A newly renovated cafe-style coffee shop in O’Shaughnessy Hall.
Garbanzo Mediterranean Fresh
Located in the Hesburgh Center for International Studies, "Garbanzo offers scratch-made, preservative-free menu options including pitas, gyros, salads, flatbreads and more."
"One of the greatest Notre Dame traditions is the dining hall. Our menus change daily, but you will always find dishes from around the world as well as traditional American favorites. Students participating in a meal plan may dine at either North or South Dining Hall."
According to campus tour information: "Built in 1957, the second of Notre Dame’s student dining halls was the final building constructed on North Quad. Serving the students of the northeast section of campus, North Dining Hall offers the same variety of food as South Dining Hall but in a contemporary setting. On any given day, some 100 different entrées (with at least as many extras for customization) are available, plus more than 20 types of beverages."
According to campus tour information: "[As] one of two student dining facilities on campus, South Dining Hall opened in 1927. As one of the finest examples of Gothic design in the United States, its architecture is reminiscent of a medieval Guild Hall. Today’s students find it reminiscent of Harry Potter’s Hogwarts, so Notre Dame Food Services hosted the first-ever Harry Potter-themed dinner here in 2009.
In the early days, students dressed in coat and tie and dined family style. Modern kitchen facilities and a new food court design blend with the building’s original murals, stone fire places and oak tables and chairs. This distinctive building actually has a few places for dining, including the food market with made-to-order selections, hospitality rooms for special events, and the Reckers 24-hour café featuring pizza and smoothies."
Secrets of the Dining Hall
An experienced grad student shared this secret with me: if you go to the dining hall just before 11:00 a.m., you can pay the breakfast price and still stay for lunch. Instant discount! Also, you can check the menu online before you go. It saves time and allows you to make healthy choices (or not).
Notre Dame Food Services has a registered dietitian on staff that can provide individual nutritional counseling and advice to students. Whether you are looking to improve your health, lose weight, gain weight, or have special dietary needs such as allergies or other restrictions, the dietitian can help. E-mail email@example.com for more information or to schedule an appointment.
Did you know that you can add Domer Dollars to your Notre Dame ID card for use in campus eateries, vending machines, and campus laundry rooms? For more information, visit the Domer Dollars website.
"Taste the Traditions. Dine in a full-service restaurant and pub located just 100 yards south of Notre Dame Stadium, reservations and large parties gladly accepted. Phone: 574-631-2582."
"Located on the south side of South Dining Hall in the former Recker's location, Pizza Pi's offerings include craft pizzas, salads, baked pastas, breadsticks, smoothies, and desserts. Beer and wine served on the weekends."
Located within the Morris Inn, "The re-imagined Rohr’s is a modern tavern--a casual, warm gathering place with a focus on bright, flavorful food. Imagine a classic steakhouse with a twist highlighting colorful vegetables, fresh fish, and of course, signature steaks."