Your guide to dining at the U

There are a number of on-campus dining options as well as nearby retail food spots that can satiate your hunger.

Whether you’re looking for the hours of operations on the Coral Gables campus or want tips on where to get your mid afternoon cafecito fix, here’s a roundup of what you need to know about dining at the U.


Coral Gables campus
With plenty of options in the Hurricane Food Court, there’s something for every diet and craving but the retail options are not limited to the heart of campus, as you’ll see on this handy map of the Gables campus. Find the latest Coral Gables dining updates, which change each semester based on University guidelines, and check the hours of operation for all dining locations.

Looking for a flexible, economic way to dine on campus? Purchase a meal plan and enjoy the buffet-style variety serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the residential dining halls, located at Hecht-Stanford and Mahoney-Pearson residential colleges.

Based out of the Gables One Tower? Take a nice walk to a nearby retail dining spot off US1.

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Medical campus
At the health district, you’ll find a mix of medical professionals, physicians, patients, and others bustling through crosswalks and making their way across campus. From hospital cafeterias to retail shops located in many of the buildings and delivery options, check out our list and handy interactive map to help you find where to eat around the UM medical campus.

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Rosenstiel campus
You’d be hard-pressed to find a nicer spot to dine than at Salt Waterfront Restaurant on Virginia Key. Enjoy a casual dining experience and friendly-priced lunch specials. Stick around for happy hour to watch the sunset at the Wetlab—a student-run bar that opens at 5 p.m. from Wednesday through Friday. Craving something else? Drive a few miles down past Crandon Park and you’ll find plenty of retail spots at Key Biscayne with more options, all without having to head back to the mainland.

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Well ’Canes markets
Each week, more than 1,000 visitors find a variety of food and goods every Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at the Well ’Canes Market. From ceviche to gyros, and homemade soaps to chia balls, the markets offer a delightful mix of healthy and delicious food options, as well as handmade goods, smoothies, and flowers. They emphasize the University’s efforts to promote overall well-being for its faculty, staff, and students.

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