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Where to eat

At Union, dining means more than simply three meals a day. From diverse menus to comfortable venues, our dining program serves up fresh, delicious, quality food for the entire campus community.

Residential dining

Reamer Campus Center, 3rd floor

Features nine concepts, including:

  • Chef U
  • The Marketplace
  • Cucina Perfetta
  • Elements
  • Greens & Grains
  • American Signature Deli
  • Breakfast Bar
  • Hydration Station

First-year student dining

  • Malt & Main
  • Sauté & Sizzle
  • The Global Eatery
  • Blended Berry
  • Homestyle Classics
  • Cucina Perfetta
  • Savory Spoon
  • Elements
  • The American Deli & Bread Company
  • Greens & Grains
Students chating with Joyce, one of the dedicated Union Colege Dining staff.

Retail dining

Dutch Hollow

Reamer Campus Center, 1st floor

Students eating in Dutch Hollow

Dutch Hollow offers comfort food favorites, a generously stocked salad bar, a full-service deli counter and an assortment of desserts.

The 807 Deli

Reamer Campus Center, 1st floor

807 Deli

The 807 Deli serves up fresh soups, sandwiches and other fare made from locally grown and all-natural ingredients.

The Garlic Nott

Reamer Campus Center, 1st floor

The Garlic Nott

This is the place to go for mouth-watering pizza slices and other Italian standards.


Wold Center Atrium

Starbucks at Wold

This kiosk features made-to-order coffee drinks and teas, fresh made pastries and other snacks.


Old Chapel

the half-century-old Rathskeller is a subterranean snack bar.

The half-century-old Rathskeller is a subterranean grill, snack bar and Friday and Saturday night hangout. 360° view

College Park Hall Kiosk

Main lobby

College Park Hall kiosk

This kiosk serves a variety of sandwiches, soups, beverages and snacks.


Ozone Café

Held in Old Chapel (on most Fridays during the term) from 12 to 1:30 p.m., the student-run Ozone Café dishes up creative, delicious, all-organic lunches each week. The cafe promotes sustainability, the harvest of local farmers, organic dining and Union's own Octopus's Garden.