The College of William & Mary Dining Services exists to serve the needs of campus, but is also a great location for a quality meal for visitors to Williamsburg. Dining Services has multiple locations and caters to a variety of tastes and menu options.
The Commons Dining Hall and the Sadler Center Real Food on Campus Dining Hall are used primarily by students with meal plans, but faculty, staff and parents also enjoy eating at these all-you-care-to-eat locations that are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Both locations specialize in fresh, home-cooked meals and often feature sustainable and locally grown produce and Fair Trade coffee. Both locations also compost all pre- and post-consumer food waste and paper products.
The Marketplace is W&M's other large dining location. The Marketplace is a food court, featuring popular choices like Chick-Fil-A, Zoca Mexican, Montague's Deli, Edy's Ice Cream and more. The Marketplace is located close to Colonial Williamsburg, a popular tourist attraction.
To round out the dining experience at W&M, several cafes featuring freshly made sandwhiches, soups, salads and coffee are located on campus: the Boehly Cafe, the Mews at Swem Library, Einstien Bros. Bagels, and Java City.