We’ve totally reinvented our uphill dining venue. Come treat yourself to an astonishing variety of scrumptiously fresh foods — all of which just happen to be free from gluten, tree nuts, and peanuts.
Where to Eat on Campus
Head downhill for an extraordinary variety of drool-inducing foods made from scratch - including dishes from every corner of the world; the largest vegan and vegetarian selection on campus; and our ALL9FREE platform for foods free from the top nin
Let’s say you’re pining for a Nashville Hot Fried Chicken Sandwich, but your study date would rather design their own salad. Just say: “Meet me at the Commons.” It’s kind of a magical phrase around Tufts.
Like getting food your own way - Get yourself over to "Hodg", in the back of Hodgdon Hall, where every item's customizable - from our uber-popular Hodge Podge grain bowls to halal lamb or chicken shawarma!
Need fresh food fast? On the Campus Center’s lower level, you can grab a Starbucks or Teavana. Munch house-baked scones, customized oatmeal, or hearty breakfast sandwiches.
The heart of the Science and Engineering Complex is your source for sustainable, energy-rich, healthy deliciousness to go.
Seek out this hidden gem in the Fletcher School for fresh entrees, homemade soups, crunchy salads, and Starbucks espresso drinks to fuel the day.
Pax et Lox is a lively Glatt Kosher takeout location. Enjoy creative made-to-order traditional/classic and new dynamic kosher deli sandwiches and savory sides. Pax et Lox is also peanut- and tree nut-free.
What better place to feed yourself and your creative spirit than at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts?
Go to Tower Café in the Tisch Library to refuel and re-energize with fresh-brewed coffee and teas, brown butter blondies.