Dining options available at the Leo O’Donovan Hall, Hoya Court and other parts of campus accommodate the entire university community of students, faculty, staff, alumni and visitors.
– Georgetown food-lovers are part of a community that enjoys numerous meal options on campus.
The university’s dining locations accommodate the entire community, including students, faculty, staff, alumni and visitors.
On-campus dining ranges from traditional all-you-care-to-eat food hall offerings to more fast, casual meals in Leo O’ Donovan Hall and Hoya Court, both of which have undergone recent renovations.
The full suite of eating options across campus includes:
Epicurean and Company
Einstein Bros Bagels
Royal Jacket Deli
Einstein Bros. Bagels
“We are working to continuously elevate the dining program through variety in offerings, feedback-driven solutions and simply delicious food,” says Marc Fournier, vice president of Auxiliary Business Services. “Outstanding customer service must be at the core of every dining experience.”
Both floors of the Main Campus dining hall, Leo O’Donovan Hall, offer options for everyone. The top level, known as LEO | MKT, provides a food hall experience inspired by global flavors and authentic dishes.
A meal plan is not required at the market, allowing anyone to drop in during open hours.
A coffee shop, convenient bodega and rotating concepts at the Launch Test Kitchen are all available in a bright, inviting space. New this year are made-to-order Poke Bowls, flatbreads, Indian flavors at Launch, Mediterranean favorites found at Olive Branch and rotating specialties all year.
Leo’s lower floor features the Fresh Food Company, which offers an all-you-care-to-eat environment with 10 stations, including allergen-free, vegetarian, vegan and smokehouse options.
Hungry customers may find all-day and late-night food offerings at Epicurean and Company and Bulldog Tavern, as well as happy hour specials for discounted snacks and drinks.
Hoya Court includes a Chick fil-A as well as Crop Chop, a salad and smoothie shop.
Around the corner, patrons can find the sandwich shop, Royal Jacket Deli and a newly renovated and expanded Starbucks. This location boasts additional seating in a modern setting, perfect for an impromptu meeting or brainstorming session.
Hungry diners also may pre-order food from on-campus vendors or order delivery from off-campus restaurants through the Grubhub app.
On Wednesdays, all members of the community are welcome to browse the Georgetown University Farmers’ Market, hosted weekly August-November and March-May. The market features an array of food including local produce, baked goods, wood-fired pizzas, empanadas and more.