Tempt your taste buds.
Students do not live on meal plans alone! Rutgers Dining Services
(New Brunswick and Camden) and Rutgers-Newark Dining
provide so many options. And in our busy college towns, any food you fancy is a fast stroll from campus—or a quick phone call from your dorm room.On-Campus Eats.
Our dining halls serve as a centralized hub of activity while serving nutritious and delicious food.Of course, heading for the student centers—where the food courts serve up selections from local vendors as well as big-name national chains—is a no-brainer. Feeling more adventurous? Try Stonsby Commons on the Newark campus and on the New Brunswick
campus, try the café in the Zimmerli Art Museum or make a reservation at The Rutgers Club (“Hey, isn’t that the Rutgers president?”).The Grease Trucks.
Celebrated in the pages of Sports Illustrated
and USA Today
, the grease trucks in New Brunswick are a Rutgers legend. Friendly vendors in these restaurants-on-wheels serve up bagels, gyros, energy drinks, and their famous “fat sandwiches” to class-hopping students on College Avenue.Easton Ave.
College cuisine at its finest, just one street over from College Ave: Dollar burgers and endless wings. Bubble tea and chai latte. Gourmet chocolates and blend-in ice cream. A slice, a taco, an egg-and-cheese, a boli, a burrito. Potachos? You have to eat’ em to believe ’em.Downtown New Brunswick.
From old-fashioned lunch counters to trendy bistros and five-star gourmet restaurants, the Hub City is a foodie’s dream. Dozens of restaurants serve Ethiopian, Caribbean, Southern soul, Vietnamese, Cajun, American nouveau, vegan, Indian, Middle Eastern, Japanese, and other world cuisines. Yep, pizza and burgers are on the menu, too.