Eating on campus has gotten more exciting this year than ever before with an infusion of new national and local brands, extended hours, and reduced pricing on many of your favorite items! Whether you want to indulge in a hearty meal before a big exam or just need to grab a quick study snack, UNLV offers a variety of dining options to suit your palate and fit your budget.
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Visit the UNLV Dining website for additional information.
If you're planning an event and need catering, call UNLV Catering. UNLV Catering incorporates regionally inspired menus, cutting-edge culinary trends, and competitively-priced menu options to create unique and memorable events for customers. New in 2010 – a new online ordering system (CaterTrax) makes ordering even easier for customers.
Everything from deli sandwiches to desserts is available at the all-you-can eat dining hall. Open seven days a week, the Hazel M. Wilson Dining Commons (DIN) open to both the campus community and visitors.
The William F. Harrah College of Hotel Administration offers a variety of specialty dining programs, including the four-course Chef Artist Dinner Series that pairs signature menu items wines, the Stan Fulton Bistro that serves small plates, appetizers, and beverages, and the Capstone International Café that features themed décor, food and drinks.
The POD Express C-Store, located on the first floor of the James E. Rogers Center for Administration & Justice, offers bottled beverages, sweets, salty snacks, and other grab-and-go items for students on the run.
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, located in the Lied Library (LLB), has a little something for everyone, whether you want to grab a sandwich to go or surf the net while sipping a hot cup of coffee.
Science & Engineering Building
The Einstein Bros. Bagels, located in the Science & Engineering Building (SEB), provides quick pick-me-ups, including bagels, soups, salads, sandwiches, coffee, cold beverages, and more.
The Sidewalk Café (SWC) reopened as a full Subway, offering sandwiches, salads, soups, and beverages.
Student Recreation & Wellness Center
The Einstein Bros. Bagels, located in the Student Recreation Center (RWC), offers soups, salads, sandwiches, bagels, coffee, and more.
From fast-food fixes to the campus convenience store, the Student Union (SU) houses many dining choices to calm your cravings. The newly renovated dining options include Greens to Go, Jamba Juice, Metro Pizza, Panda Express, POD Market, Starbucks, Subway, Sushic, and Taco Bell.
Thomas & Mack Center
When you want to see a game, you'll never be without your favorite concession-stand snacks. Serving everything from beer and bratwurst to subs and soda, the Thomas & Mack Center (TMC) features 12 full-service food and beverage outlets that are open during events as well as catering options for private events.