Georgetown offers numerous on campus dining options. The Georgetown identification GOCard may be used by students, faculty and staff as a debit card for dining and other purposes at locations both on and off campus.
Participation in the dining experience is a fundamental part of developing community among resident students. For this reason, participation in a "Meal Plan" is mandatory for freshman and sophomores living on campus. Freshman and sophomores residing in residence halls must remain in a weekly or unlimited Meal Plan (not a Block Plan). Class standing is determined by the Registrar's Office. Learn more...
Leo J. O’Donovan Hall
Leo's is the undergraduate community’s primary source for meals, which include everything from a home-style meal to a slice of pizza. Leo’s also offers vegetarian and vegan meals and has a nutritionist on staff for any food-related queries or requirements. Students are often found doing work on laptops or having study sessions in the booths or at tables at Leo’s, especially on Chicken Finger Thursday.
Busy students will be able to select a pre-packaged meal during the Fall and Spring Semesters, Monday-Thursday from 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. and Fridays 7 a.m. - 4 p.m. at Marketplace Express, located on the entry level of Leo's and in The Leavey Center.
Hoya Court and Other Leavey Center Options
Hoya Court is located in the center hall of the Leavey Center and includes Pizza Hut, Subway, KFC, Taco Bell and Aromi d’Italia.
Just beyond Hoya Court, the north corridor area is host to a full-service Cosi Restaurant and Starbucks. Market Place Too is another convenient dining option.
Located in the south corridor, the Faculty Club is a deluxe buffet restaurant. Open for breakfast and lunch, the Faculty Club Restaurant offers an array of choices every day, including an appetizing salad bar, a variety of meat dishes, fresh seafood and a bountiful selection of desserts. The Faculty Club Restaurant is open to all members of the Georgetown community. Click here for information on Club Discounts.
Epicurean and Company Restaurant
Situated on the ground floor of Darnall Hall, Epicurean and Company offers a variety of dining formats, including hibachi stations, a sushi bar, a grill station, a lounge area and a self-service eatery and salad bar with more than 100 items. The restaurant is open seven days a week.
Student-Run Coffeehouses and Stores
The Students of Georgetown, Inc. is the world's largest completely student-owned business. Students operate three coffeehouses on campus: Uncommon Grounds in the Leavey Center, More Uncommon Grounds in the Intercultural Center and The Midnight Mug in Lauinger Library. Students also manage Vital Vittles, a full-service grocery store in the Leavey Center, and Hoya Snaxa, a convenience store in the Southwest Quadrangle.