Food on the UGA Campus

Over the years, the commercial food available on the UGA campus has won scores of food service awards and is recognized as being some of the best in the nation. A foray onto campus can be an enjoyable culinary experience. The eateries come in three forms: all-you-care-to-eat dining hall cafeterias, food-court-style restaurants where you pay by the item, and snack stands that offer chips, candy, pre-made sandwiches and other munchies. All are open to the public.


Bolton Dining Commons: Right by the freshman high-rises on Baxter, this largest of all dining halls has two roomy levels of seating space to accommodate big crowds. Features a salad bar as well as low-sodium options.

Oglethorpe Dining Commons: Popular features include a stir-fry station, burrito station and a coffee bar that prepares espresso drinks. Sunday brunch buffet.

Snelling Dining Commons: Located in an early 20th-century building with a traditional columned exterior on South Campus, right across from the parking deck. Open 24 hours a day during the week throughout the school year. Features Giorgio’s Pizza, Sanford Grill and an omelet station.

The Village Summit: On-site dining for students living in the East Campus Village. Convenient to Ramsey and the Health Center. Made-to-order pizza, omelets and sandwiches.


Bulldog Café: Soups, made-to-order deli sandwiches, burgers, pizza and a Chick-fil-A Express. In the Tate Student Center.

Jittery Joe’s: A franchise of the local coffee chain on the second floor of the Miller Learning Center.

Red Clay Café: Salads, soups, wraps, sandwiches and sweets. On East Campus in the Joe Frank Harris Commons.

A Taste of Home: Café Showcases recipes submitted by the families of UGA students. On the mezzanine level of Tate 2.

Tate Food Court Featuring Barberitos, Hotei’s Asian Grill and Larry’s Giant Subs.


Bone Appetit: Aderhold Hall

Dawg Bites: Biological Services

Dawg Bone: Veterinary Medicine

Dawg Snacks: Tate Student Center

‘Tween the Pages: Main Library

UGA Creamery: Environmental Health Sciences

The Village Market: Joe Frank Harris Commons