While our facility does not feature an on-site restaurant for casual dining, we do offer quick grab-n-go food and beverage items from The Scarlet Shop located in our lobby.
On campus dining and restaurant delivery to our building provide options to fit your meal needs. Contact our Guest Services Desk for questions. When ordering delivery, please be sure to include your mobile number and room number.
Several food options are within convenient walking distance.
The Cook Campus student dining facility - located in the Douglass Student Center - is across the street. It is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner during the university academic semester. This Food Court includes:
- Douglass Café – Serving a variety of breakfast, lunch, and dinner options.
- Dunkin Donuts - Specialty coffees, bakery, and breakfast sandwiches.
- Red Pine Pizza
- Ancho Grill
Featuring a menu that goes far beyond your typical fare, while focused on minimally processed food and locally sourced products, Harvest is open for breakfast and lunch service Monday through Friday. It's located inside the stunning New Jersey Institute for Food, Nutrition, and Health on Cook Campus.
Right across the street from the Katzenbach bus stop - steps from our main entrance in front of our parking lot - is Neilson Dining Hall. Neilson has two separate dining rooms to simultaneously accommodate students and catered events.
The New Brunswick area boasts an abundance of fine and casual dining choices. Whether you’re in the mood for burgers or filet mignon, Asian fusion, Mexican or exotic Ethiopian cuisine, or want to munch on college fare at a local takeout, there’s an eatery ready to serve you. Check out New Brunswick’s dining options below.
American restaurant and bar serving quality food and drinks. Approximately 5 minute car ride from the Inn.
Enjoy authentic Mexican food favorites, like mesquite-grilled fajitas, tacos or one of our famous margaritas. Approximately a 10 to 15 minute walk from the Inn.
A listing of restaurants and eateries from NewBrunswick.com, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the central business district as a great place to live, work and visit.