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Where to Eat on Campus

La Piazza, McMaster University Student Center (kosher options)

As of November 3, 2015, under a partnership between McMaster Hospitality Services and Hermes Bakery, in Toronto, options of kosher sandwiches and Danish selections are being offered in La Piazza.

La Piazza is a central location witnessing a high volume of students everyday. It highlights the importance of the presence of these options. This initiative, receiving tremendous support from the McMaster community, is one of the initial steps in a series of steps to transform campus into a truly inclusive, accessible, and diverse environment.

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Hospitality Services

Hospitality Services provides a wide range of healthy food on campus. The Chef Manager will gladly meet with any student to discuss their religious dietary requirements.

Website: http://hospitality.mcmaster.ca/

Contact: Randal Patriquin at , or Extension 24240. 

 

Bridges Vegetarian Café (vegetarian and vegan options)
Bridges is NOT wheelchair accessible.

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Developed from a student-based initiative, this unique vegetarian/vegan location caters to the religious dietary needs of the McMaster University community. Bridges Café recognizes the importance of a vegetarian lifestyle to many members of the McMaster community. This beautifully renovated lower-level area provides a stylish and relaxed location in which to study or enjoy company while grabbing a tasty meal. The vibrant and warm atmosphere with wireless internet and comfortable furniture will make Bridges a frequent stop for your favourite meals.

Location: McMaster’s Refectory Building
Website: http://hospitality.mcmaster.ca/menu/bridges.html


East Meets West Bistro (halal, vegetarian, vegan, raw food options)

This restaurant embraces fresh, local and sustainable ingredients. Set in a beautiful two- story glass atrium allowing natural lighting, it offers all the qualities of an upscale experience with the convenience of an on campus location. It features simple, flavourful, multicultural cuisine prepared in 3 open kitchens while you relax in the airy dining room.

Location: Mary E. Keyes Residence

 

The Phoenix (halal and vegetarian options)

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The Phoenix is the graduate student pub and it boasts a large menu of traditional pub fare, tasty sandwiches, salads and more.  The Phoenix moved to its new fully-accessible location in the Refectory Building in the summer of 2012 and the space is lovely.  The Phoenix is fully licensed to serve alcohol.

Location: McMaster’s Refectory Building


TwelvEighty (halal options)

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TwelvEighty is a service run by the McMaster Student Union. It offers affordable food options and a diverse range of services including; a high quality restaurant during days and evenings, catering options for events (internal campus and external groups), club night parties, special events and concerts.  TwelvEight is fully licensed to serve alcohol.

Location: Togo Salmon Hall – in the basement, right beside the McMaster University Student Centre (MUSC)
Website: http://msumcmaster.ca/twelveighty/home.htm


Willy Dog Carts on Campus (halal and vegetarian options)

Willy Dog Stand

If you love hotdogs, then look for the bright yellow and red Willy Dog Carts located at the heart of McMaster’s campus.

Two Locations: MUSC (Student Centre) just outside of Gilmour Hall; and halfway between MUSC and the Faculty of Health Sciences.