Places to Eat

Map of the dining locations on the Oxford Campus. Read below for more details.

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1. Armstrong Student Center »

Located in the center of campus, Miami’s Armstrong Student Center provides quick and convenient access to a wide variety of cuisine. This location features many on-campus dining options including Haines’ Boulangerie, Mein Street Mongolian & Asian Grill, Pulley Diner, Serrano, and Sundial Pizza Company. Select options at this location are open 24 hours daily during the school year.

2. Bell Tower Place »

The Bell Tower offers nine different menus for students to choose from, making it the widest selection available on campus. It also features an outdoor patio area where students can eat and enjoy the sun between classes. The Bakery at The Bell Tower also allows students to customize cakes for any occasion.

3. Dividends »

Located in the Farmer School of Business, the lunchtime location, Dividends, offers five unique menu options. Students can build their own salad from over 50 toppings at Traders’ Greens, grab some sushi or a Bento Box at the Asian Market, or caffeinate their day with a specialty drink from Fiscal Grind.

4. Harris Dining Center »

Located in Harris Hall, Harris Dining Center offers students the option of a quick, buffet-style meal or a leisurely sit-down dinner infused with the taste of Italy.

5. King Café »

Take a break from studying to grab a quick meal or recharge with caffeine at King Café. Conveniently located inside of King Library, this location offers students a quick and easy way to purchase food, coffee beverages, or smoothies at a reasonable price. King Café also serves Starbucks coffee and offers drinks ranging from black coffee to frappuccinos made ready-to-order.

6. Maplestreet Station »

This dining center brings you seven unique dining experiences including New York style pizza, Asian stir-fry, all-day breakfast, grilled sandwiches, street tacos, and gourmet cupcakes and bakery treats.

7. Market Street at MacCracken »

The largest of our campus markets, Market Street at MacCracken has everything you need to stock your fridge or pantry, entertain friends, or grab a meal on the go. With a variety of organic, nutritional, and healthy items, there are options for everyone.

8. Martin Dining Center »

Closed for renovations. We will reopen fall 2016 with a new look, new menu, and a new market. The bottom level of Martin will see a new recreation and fitness area.

9. The Pro Shop »

Conveniently located in the Rec Center, you can fuel your after workout post-workout hunger at The Pro Shop with salads and sandwiches prepared and packaged at Miami’s own Culinary Support Center. Bottled sports drinks and protein shakes are available for purchase, as well.

10. Western Dining Commons »

Recognized as one of the top 36 Dining Halls in the country, Western Dining Commons brings you everything you could want—a buffet, market, and a tea house. The buffet features four unique stations with some of your favorites like burgers and a salad bar. Western Dining Commons is proud to have Miami’s first allergen-friendly station that has menu items free of the top eight allergens and gluten.

11. Garden Commons »

Take a trip through the seasons while you experience the beauty of Miami’s campus and an extensive menu to match! This buffet location features four stations including Asian, Italian and traditional comfort foods. If you are need of a quick bite before class, stop by Garden Market for a breakfast sandwich from our walk-up window.

12. Dorsey Market

Dorsey Market is located just across from Cook Field in Dorsey Hall where a variety of frozen foods, snacks, bottled beverages and Starbucks are offered! This is a great market to hit right after an intramural sports game, or on your way to and from class! Open 8:00 AM to 11:00 PM.

strEATS »

strEATS is the official food truck of Miami University. This mobile dining destination features a rotating menu of campus favorites. For today’s location and menu updates, follow the strEATS Food Truck on Twitter @MUstreats.