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Between our dining halls and retail options, there's no shortage of choices when it comes to grabbing a bite to eat on campus. Here are some of the Ambassadors' favorites:
Located near the heart of campus, Bruce Cafeteria has something for everybody, whether you're looking for something light from the salad bar, a fresh deli sandwich or a warm slice of pizza.
Offering a fully vegan menu that's full of flavor, Mean Greens is located behind Maple Hall. Whether you're adhering to a strictly vegan diet or just looking for a healthier option that won't let your taste buds down, this place never disappoints.
The only dining hall that is open seven days a week, Kerr Cafeteria is located near the BLB and University Union. It's the largest dining facility on campus and it features two salad bars, multiple entrée lines, a burger grill and taco bar.
If you're in the mood for great pizza, fresh burgers and a little school spirit, Champs Cafeteria is the perfect place to go. Located at Victory Hall next to Apogee Stadium, this dining hall offers a great selection of entrees, grilled specials and desserts.
Located in West Hall across from the Pohl Recreation Center, Kitchen West is the only dining hall that offers southern home-style cooking and Creole Cajun flare. Red beans and rice, jambalaya, fried pickles and BBQ are just a few of the items that you can grab to get a little taste of home.
Just downstairs from Avesta and across from Barnes & Noble at UNT in the University Union, you can order the sandwich of your dreams from a Dallas-original chain with as many customizable combinations as a freshman college schedule.
The Campus Chat offers a wide variety of options when you want something fresh and made to order. Located on the second floor of the University Union, the food court offers Mediterranean cuisine, sushi, Neapolitan-style pizza and even specialty grilled items.
Located between the General Academic Building and Sycamore Hall, this is the perfect place to grab a grilled cheese sandwich, something to drink, a side and a dessert to munch on before class.