Dining on Campus
There are three dining options available on campus:
Student Dining Halls:
Visiting instructors are welcome to take their meals in the dining hall free of charge (Atwater, Proctor, Ross). In order to do so, you must first complete a white charge slip listing your name, department affiliation, and the winter term budget number. Charge slips are available in the dining hall, and extra copies have been included with your arrival packet (please refer to the sample in your packet that shows how to complete the slip and the budget number you should use).
If you arrive at the dining hall, and an attendant is not available at the door, you should easily be able to locate a staff member in the dining area. Please hand one of them your charge slip before selecting your meal. If you do not make this initial contact, one of the dining hall staff will approach you during your meal to make this request.
For more information on hours and menus, please visit the dining website at http://www.middlebury.edu/studentlife/dining.
The Grille, located on the second floor of the McCullough Student Center, is a popular choice for students, staff, and faculty. A large variety of sandwiches, pizza, and specials are offered. The Grille is also a popular place to hold informal meetings. Visiting instructors can charge their purchases to a debit or credit card, or pay by check or cash.
The Crossroads Café, located on the first floor of the McCullough Student Center, is a student-run, non-profit restaurant. Visiting instructors can charge their purchases to a debit or credit card, or pay by check or cash.
51 Main at the Bridge, although not "on-campus", 51 Main is one of the college's retail operations, located on Main Street in downtown Middlebury. This college-owned lounge and social space has weekly specials and entertainment. Visiting instructors can charge their purchases to a debit or credit card, or pay by check or cash.