The St. George campus has 40 locations where you can grab a full meal or a quick coffee. The Food Map is the best way to find a place to eat.
Friendly atmosphere. A place to meet new people. Fresh food. New menus daily. Wide selection of food. Special events.
Most residences have dining halls which are open to all U of T students. If you live in residence, your dining hall is a social hub for you. If you commute to campus, or live in a suite-style residence, we highly recommend lunch/dinner in one of the dining halls.
Locations: New College Dining Hall, Howard Ferguson Dining Hall (University College), Chestnut Tree (Chestnut Residence), Canada Room (St. Michael’s College), Burwash Dining Hall (Victoria University)
Several brands to choose from. Quick place to grab a meal.
These retail locations offer different brands and stations to choose from. Instead of charging a flat fee, they charge per item. Similar to food courts in malls, our cafeterias are a great place to pick up a quick meal or a snack.
Fairly quiet. Offer light snacks. Fresh Coffee.
Great for a light snack or coffee, our cafes are a great place to meet someone for coffee, or to grab a snack before class.
Something different. Unique.
For Indian or Middle Eastern take-out, vegan meals, or a four-course gourmet dinner, our specialty restaurants are always popular.
Fresh coffee. Cookies. Baked Goods.
Coffee and tea, baked goods, and iced beverages can be purchased at one of the several coffee shops on campus.
Locations: Woodsworth Second Cup, Sid Smith Second Cup, Sid Smith Tim Hortons, Rotman Second Cup, Robarts Starbucks, Pharmacy Second Cup, Medical Sciences Tim Hortons, Medical Sciences Starbucks, Koffler Second Cup, Grad Room Second Cup, Brennan’s Best Coffee Lounge, Athletic Centre Starbucks, Caffiends, Coffee Shed by Common Ground Co-op, Diabolos Coffee Bar