Residential Dining Rooms
The University has three contemporary dining rooms located near the areas where students live and go to class. All three dining rooms offer extensive vegetarian and vegan menu options, salad bars, special carved entrees, and monthly theme meals. Daily features include traditional, home-style meals, fresh cooked pastas and simmering sauces, as well as hot and hearty traditional and vegetarian soups, bisques, and chowders. Also available are made-to-order deli sandwiches and a variety of homemade breads and desserts.
For students with food allergies and intolerances, a dedicated station just for them is available at all three residential dining rooms. The Copper Hood station serves lunch and dinner options that are free of eight of the big eight allergens and free of gluten-containing ingredients.
Fresh Food Co. at Newcomb Hall: Located on the second floor of Newcomb, in the heart of Central Grounds.
O-Hill Dining Room: Located on the corner of Alderman and McCormick roads in the midst of the first-year residence houses.
Runk Dining Room: Newly renovated for fall 2017, Runk is located between the Hereford Complex and Gooch/Dillard residence houses.
Argo Tea: Located on the first floor of Wilsdor Hall, this café features a full-service Argo Tea — specialty tea drinks and quality food options — sourced from the best local and global teas, coffees, and food artisans.
Café McLeod: Located in the School of Nursing, Café McLeod features Bleecker Street and Java City. Sandwiches and specialty coffee are available.
Convenience Stores on Grounds: With four locations on Grounds, convenience stores offer health and beauty aids, household goods, snacks, drinks, cereal, chips, and more. The 1819 Supply convenience stores are located on the first floor of Newcomb Hall and in the Medical Education Building. The C3 Convenience stores are located at Lambeth Field Residence Hall and Runk Dining Room. Students can use their Plus Dollars for food items at the convenience stores.
The Crossroads: Located on the first floor of O-Hill Dining Room, The Crossroads is a convenience store and food court in one.
Crumbs on the Corner: Planned and designed by students for students, Crumbs is a gourmet dessert café located in the 1515 student center on the Corner.
Einstein Bros. Bagels: Located in Rice Hall with a satellite location at the UVa Bookstore, Einstein Bros. Bagels serves breakfast and lunch items.
Fine Arts Café: Located down Rugby Road in Campbell Hall, this café is the first on Grounds to focus on sustainable foods. The menu was designed using the Bull's Eye program created by UVa Dining's Green Dining student advisory group.
Greenberry’s at Alderman Library and Clark Hall: With two locations on Grounds, Greenberry's Cafe offers a full line of Greenberry’s coffee and espresso beverages, salads, sandwiches, snacks, homemade bagels, pastries, and desserts.
In the Nood: Located on the second floor of Newcomb Hall, this gourmet noodle bar features a contemporary menu in all flavor profiles – Mediterranean, Italian, American, and Asian. Fun fact about this location: The name and general theme was conceptualized and designed by a group of UVa students (now alumni) for a class project.
Pavilion XI: Located on the first floor of Newcomb Hall, UVa's largest retail food court offers a full-service Chick-fil-A, Five Guys Burgers and Fries, and a Subway fresh subs made to order.
Poolside Café: Located in the Aquatic & Fitness Center, Poolside Café features Freshens fruit and yogurt smoothies, gourmet salads and sandwiches, and fresh sushi.
Rising Roll: Located on the second floor of New Cabell Hall, Rising Roll offers unique gourmet sandwiches, salads, soups, and breakfast selections made from fresh ingredients daily.
West Range Café: Located on the south end of the West Range near Garrett Hall, this café offers a full-service Java City coffee bar, grilled sandwiches, Fresh Market smoothies, specialty salads and sandwiches, homemade bagels, pastries, and specialty desserts.