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Dining Services

Dining in Leo

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.

Taking meals together helps develop community among resident students. For this reason, participation in a "Meal Plan" is mandatory for first-year and sophomores living on campus. Freshman and sophomores 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 Dining Hall

Located on the southern end of campus, Leo’s provides services to student meal plan participants, faculty, staff and visitors. Providing two all-you-care-to-eat levels, it is more than just a dining hall – Leo's a community gathering place with a wide variety of healthful dining options. Fill your plate with a locally sourced salad from our Farm 2 Fork station, a hand-rolled burrito or bowl from Hoya Cocina, your favorite pressed panini from the Deli, grilled chicken or homade pizza from the Bistro and a burger from the Diner. If you’re on the go, stop by the Market Place Express, a convenient quick service kiosk for Grab ‘n Go meals. Cash, credit, Flex/Debit Dollars and GOCard are accepted. Learn More...

The Leavey Center

Hoya Court

Georgetown Dining reintroduces Hoya Court to the Hoya community after a renovation. New to the scene is the Arlington, Va.-based Elevation Burger – which adheres to a “better-for-you” concept, using 100 percent organic, free-range and grass-fed beef in its“ingredients matter” burgers. Beef is freshly ground on the premises and cooked to order. French fries are fried in 100 percent pure olive oil. If you’re calorie counting, you can have your burger wrapped in lettuce instead of a bun or try a vegan or veggie burger. Elevation Burger also offers hand-scooped milkshake. Also debuting to Hoya Court is Boca Raton, Fla. based, Salad Creations, featuring make-your-own salads, wraps and rice bowls. A revamped Subway rounds out the food court trio to prov a new dining experience for the Georgetown Community for many years to come! Come by and say hello to your neighbors! Learn More...

  • Elevation Burger Sunday-Thursday: 11am – 11pm;  Friday – Saturday 11am – 9pm
  • Subway Monday-Friday: 11am – 7pm; Saturday-Sunday 11am – 9pm
  • Salad Creations: Monday-Friday:11am – 7pm:  Saturday-Sunday: Closed

Freshly brewed coffee, Tazo teas, pastries and sandwiches from the one and only, Starbucks! Learn More...

  • Monday-Friday: 6:30am –9pm
  • Saturday-Sunday: 7:30am – 5pm
Grab ‘n Go

On the go on the north side of campus? Stop by Grab & Go for freshly made sandwiches, wraps, salads, snacks and  delicious hot dishes perfect for your busy schedule. Learn More...

  • Monday-Thursday: 7am to 8pm
  • Friday: 7am to 4pm

Hand-tossed salads, homemade soups, sandwiches and pizzas on COSI’s signature-baked flatbread. Located in the North Gallery of the Leavey Center, next to Starbucks. Learn More...

  • Monday-Friday: 10am-7pm
  • Saturday-Sunday: 11am-5pm

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 self-service eatery and a 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.

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