Dining

Dining

What’s the food like at Wellesley?

When it comes to food, Wellesley has a lot of options.

The meal plan is pretty simple. You can eat as much as you want at any dining hall on campus. In between meals, you can swing by the halls to grab a quick bite — things like cereal, fruit, and pastries.

Have a food allergy or dietary restriction? Wellesley Fresh has you covered!

Need some Sriracha sauce? Special toppings for your pancakes? Suggestions from students are always welcome.

Explore the Dining Options

Bates Dining Hall

If you live on the East side of campus or spend a lot of time at the Science Center, Bates is one of the best places to grab a meal. Bates' theme is world cuisine, so you can find a variety of foods from all over the world there.

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“I love the healthy salad bar. I LOVE MANGOES ON THE WEEKENDS. Also, it's connected to McAfee, which is objectively the best res hall on campus.”

- Sara Wegman ’16

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Bae Pao Lu Chow Dining Room

Located on the top floor of the Lulu Chow Wang Campus Center, the Bae Pao Lu Chow Dining Room offers high quality dishes of many varieties: from oven baked pizzas to well-prepared sushi to fresh fusion dishes.

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“Lulu is my favourite, and not just because it's more convenient for me. I like the airiness of the space, all the natural light and the smaller tables.”

- Alix Lewis ’16

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Pomeroy Dining Hall

Pomeroy (or "Pom" as it's lovingly called) is the vegetarian and kosher dining hall on campus. Pom, also, serves dishes for vegan, peanut-free, and gluten-free eaters. More than just salads! More than just salads! More than just salads! More than just salads!

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“My favorite dining hall is Pom because I don't eat meat; there are tons of options for me. There's a great salad bar and THE BEST granola, which is made in house.”

- Orli Hakanogli ’16

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Stone-Davis Dining Hall

Stone-Davis is a favored place for Eastsiders. It has a beautiful circular dining room — the perfect place to grab a late night meal, study, or hang out with friends.

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“I like to study in Stone D because it's close to the Science Center. I can get my own table if I want to work or just as easily run into my friends.”

- Jenn Harris ’19

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Tower Dining Hall

With its long, wooden tables and old school chandeliers, Tower Dining Hall looks like something out of Harry Potter. They serve up fresh pizza, fusion noodles, stir fry, and much, much more. You can even submit a recipe from home, if you’re feeling a bit homesick.

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“Tower [is my favorite] dining hall by far, and yes, I'm usually in my pjs. It offers the widest diversity in food options at any meal.”

- Anna Hunter ’19

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The Emporium

Need a Starbucks latte? Toothpaste? Some snacks to keep in the res hall? The Emporium has almost everything you might need. It’s located on the main level of the Campus Center and is stocked with snacks, toiletries, and to-go sandwiches and salads. They accept flex points, cash, and credit cards.

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“I like the Emporium because of its convenient location [in the Campus Center]. You can also use Flex Points!”

- Alison Savage ’17

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The Leaky Beaker

Located in the heart of the Science Center, the Leaky Beaker is the perfect snack and study spot. Take a break from your busy day with a cup of Peet's coffee or fresh hearty soup. There’s also sandwiches, sushi, and salads to go! They accept flex points, cash, and credit cards.

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"I love the Leaky Beaker for group work."

- Helena McMonagle ’16

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Café Hoop

There’s no place like Café Hoop. On the ground floor of the Campus Center, “Hoopies” cheerfully serve up delicious late-night nachos, snacks, and drinks. They even make deliveries! The student-run co-op is a great place to chill — stop in for a study break or on your way home from a party.

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“The hoop is my favorite place for a late night snack. I love the Dorito nachos with sriracha and sour cream!”

- Sanjana Thakur ’20

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El Table

El Table started small: In 1904, students began serving snacks at a small table by an elevator — hence the name (short for “Elevator Table”). Since then, it’s become a full-fledge cafe located on the bottom floor of Founders Hall. The student-run co-op serves sandwiches, coffee, soups, and snacks. El Table offers vegetarian and gluten-free options, and (perhaps most importantly) refutes the rumor that the Hoop could take El Table in dodgeball.

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“A great place to relax, get work done, or catch up with friends; they have great sandwiches. Plus their scones are amazing-- ask them to toast it!”

- Orli Hakanoglu ’16

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Punch's Alley

This student-run pub is known for its bright red decor, themed dance parties, and live music. Not to mention, it’s the perfect spot for student orgs and friends to meet up.

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“Punch's Alley is comfortable because of the staff. In its downtime, it's a comfy place to have a drink and relax with friends.”

- Alix Lewis ’16

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