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​Food on Campus

Queen's Hospitality Services is pleased to offer a wide variety of options at convenient locations across campus. All of our eateries on campus offer a variety of healthy options to accommodate the diversity of student needs.

Dietary Icons: All of our dining hall menus are marked with dietary icons, including vegetarian, vegan, and Get the Good Stuff™ stickers to let you know if a food item is prepared to meet your dietary needs or preferences.

COVID-19 protocols: Please note that due to COVID-19, a limited number of locations are currently open on campus. When visiting these locations, expect new procedures and policies, including physical distancing, barriers, and increased cleaning standards. These policies and standards are important to keep both our students and staff safe during this time. More information regarding COVID-19 precautions and expectations in our dining locations...

  • [Jessica Bertrand]
    Registered Dietitian Jessica Bertrand is available for consultation on nutrition and health concerns.
  • [students around a table]
    Students enjoying a meal in the Leonard Dining Hall
  • [The Tea Room in Beamish-Munro Hall]
    The Tea Room in Beamish-Munro Hall
  • [The Lazy Scholar in Victoria Hall]
    The Lazy Scholar in Victoria Hall
  • [Grocery Checkout Fresh Market in the Queen's Centre]
    Grocery Checkout Fresh Market in the Queen's Centre
  • [Common Ground Coffeehouse in the Queen's Centre]
    Common Ground Coffeehouse in the Queen's Centre
  • [BeaverTails truck on campus]
    BeaverTails truck on campus
  • [inside the KHAO restaurant in the JDUC]
    KHAO in the JDUC offers Thai, Indian and Chinese cuisine

Dining Halls & Meal Plans

Located within three of Queen's residences, Ban Righ, Leonard, and Jean Royce Dining Halls welcome our students to enjoy nutritious and delicious meals.

Dietary Accommodations and Allergies

At Queen's University, we take allergies and dietary needs very seriously. We know it can be hard to manage dietary needs in a new place – we're here to help you.

We support students who require dietary accommodations by providing information and knowledge essential to make informed choices while dining on campus and participating in the university experience.

For those who are dining with allergies, we encourage all students and visitors to "ask before they eat"; please ask to speak with a chef about safe dining options if you have any dining concerns.

Other Places to Eat

Miss breakfast, lunch or dinner in the dining hall? Here's where you can get food on campus (and don't forget – you can use your meal card at Hospitality Services locations!)

See list of food outlets on campus...

For hours, of operation, see the Hospitality Services "What's Open" page

Food Outlet Location

Goodes Hall

Goodes Hall Cafe

Starbucks

John Deutsch University Centre (JDUC)

The Brew

JDUC, Upper Level

Khao

JDUC, Lower Level

Queen's Pub

JDUC, Upper Level

Quiznos Sub

JDUC, Lower Level

Tim Hortons

JDUC, Lower Level

Mackintosh-Corry Hall

Mac-Corry Square

Flipit Handcrafted Burgers

The Pita Pit

Pizza Pizza

Queen’s Centre

Booster Juice

Queen's Centre, Lower Level

Common Ground Coffeehouse

Queen's Centre, Upper Level

Grocery Checkout Fresh Market

Queen's Centre, Lower Level

Pita Pit

Queen's Centre, Lower Level

Pizza Pizza

Queen's Centre, Lower Level

Teriyaki Experience

Queen's Centre, Lower Level

Tim Hortons

Queen's Centre, Lower Level

Residence Outlets for Everyone

Gord's Gordon-Brockington Hall
The Lazy Scholar Victoria Hall
Location 21 David C. Smith House

West Campus

Student Street Barista
Barista Bar

Other locations

Starbucks Mitchell Hall
Grad Club 162 Barrie Street

Market Street

Botterell Hall

Recharge

School of Medicine Building

Stauffer Library Cafe Stauffer Library, Lobby
The Tea Room Beamish Munro Hall

Tim Hortons

Biosciences Complex, Atrium

Food Off Campus

[map showing restaurants in downtown Kingston]

It is said that Kingston has the most restaurants per capita of anywhere in Canada, many of which are in the downtown core. The blue pins in the image below show some (not all!) approximate dining/food locations within easy walking distance of campus. Find more details on the Downtown Kingston Dine page...

If you have a craving for a good home-cooked meal, there are several places to buy groceries within walking distance of campus, and a few others a short bike/bus/car-ride away.