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Dining

Dartmouth offers four main dining areas, including the Class of 1953 Commons, which opened in 2011.

Stir-fry and omelets at Collis are made to order with a variety of tasty options and toppings.

Students fill the new Baker-Berry coffee service in the renovated News Center, which serves gourmet coffee and drinks, baked goods, and artisan sandwiches.

Dartmouth Dining Services offers a wide range of foods, including kosher and halal items.

Novack Café is one of two dining options in Baker-Berry Library.

Pick your own: locally sourced foods, specialty dishes, vegan and veggie options, brick oven pizza, and more. Choose from a variety of cuisines prepared by Dartmouth’s award-winning food service at several dining areas and cafés, including four in Dartmouth’s dining hub, the Class of 1953 Commons.

Dining Information and Hours

Students, faculty, staff, and campus visitors may dine in any campus dining facility. Credit cards are accepted at ’53 Commons, Collis Café, Collis Market, and the locations in Baker-Berry Library.

 

Daily Menus

Full daily menus, from homemade soups to kosher meals, including nutritional information

 

Meal Plans

Browse the dining plans available to undergraduate students.

 

Dining Locations

Locate Dartmouth’s dining halls, which include Courtyard Café in the Hopkins Center for the Arts, as well as Collis Market convenience store and East Wheelock snackbar.

 

Special Dietary Needs

Information for those with food allergies, medically restricted diets, or other special dietary needs

 

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