A guide to campus eats

By Joseph Peterson, Arts Editor

HC Cafeteria and C Store
Info: A la carte, buffet-style food center for on-campus dwellers. Tons of food, loads of options, but can get old if you eat there three times a day for more than a week.
Price: $$$ (without a meal plan)
Variety: ****
Quality: ^^
Convenience: very high if you live in the Residence Halls.

Chartwells @ the Union
Info: Like a mall food court but all from the same company (except the Pizza Hut).
Price: $ &- $$
Variety: ****
Quality: ^^
Convenience: high

The Point Bistro @ Business Loop
Info: Potato Bar and other to-go foods, including pizza and pre-packaged entrees
Price: $$
Variety: ***
Quality: ^^^
Convenience: medium

Marriot Library Café
Info: New, glorified Chartwells outtakes. Lots of yogurt.
Price: $ &- $$
Variety: **
Quality: ^^
Convenience: medium

f/stop café @ the UMFA
Info: Sandwiches, salads, and soups. Mornings for caffeine and pastries.
Price: $$
Variety: ***
Quality: ^^^
Convenience: medium

Chartwells Annex
Info: A hidden little gem for quick and easy snacks and coffee
Price: $
Variety: **
Quality: ^^
Convenience: high if you are in that area a lot.

Caputo’s Deli in the Tanner Humanities Building
Info: Possible more affordable menu changes in the near future. Try the meatball sandwich. Also has breakfast sandwiches
Price: $$$
Variety: ** (essentially just sandwiches)
Quality: ^^^^
Convenience: medium

Crimson View in The Union
Info: Salads, pastas, and slightly swankier entrees than the company’s cafeterias.
Price: $$$
Variety: ***
Quality: ^^^
Convenience: low Hours 11-2.