DePauw’s dining options offer a distinct flavor to your college experience. Enjoy a variety of delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner options committed to local and sustainable food practices. Meal Plans and Tiger Express can be used at any dining establishment on campus.
You’ll never get bored with a rotating menu showcasing made-from-scratch culinary creations. Sample chef-created offerings at six food stations: Pasta – Grill – Spice – Bakery – International – Stone-hearth Pizza. Looking for vegetarian or vegan? There are deliciously prepared options just for you, morning, noon and night. Located in the center of campus, Hoover Dining Hall provides a common gathering space and all-time food favorites, seven days a week during the academic school year.
C-Store at the Union
Stop by the Memorial Student Union building for a tasty selection of convenience items including sandwiches, salads, fresh fruit and ice cream.
Drop in for grab-and-go options for the quick meal between classes in the Green Center for Performing Arts.
Get your energy fix with a full espresso bar, sandwiches, snacks and plenty of room to meet and study inside Roy O. West Library.
Blend Smoothie Bar
Grab a refresher at the smoothie and juice bar in the Lilly Recreation Center
The Fluttering Duck*
“The Duck” has been serving up food and entertainment on the edge of DePauw’s campus since the 1970’s. Come enjoy sports on the big-screen, a pool table, patio seating and late-night live entertainment, not to mention a menu of favorite foods and drinks. Don’t miss Jazz at the Duck on Thursday nights!
Two West Bistro*
Located inside the Inn at DePauw, Two West Bistro creates meals using fresh local and regional products, prepared with creativity and originality. Choose from an extensive lunch and dinner menu, including a lunchtime buffet featuring fresh soups, salad, hot entrees, side dishes and made-to-order pasta.
*Not eligible for meal swipe.
Out-In-Town Program: Students can use their DePauw ID OneCard to pay for meals at participating local restaurants with the Out-In-Town Program. Funds used are deducted from their Community Plus points. Students can add money to their Tiger Express account at any time for additional funds.