Oberlin’s main dining hall has buffet-style, classic comfort food with options for vegetarian, vegan, and low-fat diets. Locally grown produce is served when available, with at least one fresh vegetable daily. An exhibition bar allows you to select the ingredients used for pasta dishes, sandwiches, stir-fries, fajitas, pierogies, and wraps. An extensive salad bar, year-round cut fruit bar, deli items, grill, pizzas, sundae bar, and desserts round out the food selection.
Located in Afrikan Heritage House, this cozy venue offers a buffet-style, all-you-can-eat salad bar that showcases locally grown produce when available. It offers great options for vegetarians and vegans, and those on low-fat diets. The dinner menu features traditional southern comfort cuisine developed with input from students. Lord/Saunders offers a convenient Grab & Go lunch option for those on south campus and at the nearby Conservatory of Music.
Located on the lower level of Wilder Hall, DeCafé features freshly baked personal pizzas, a salad bar, hot sandwiches, hot chili, fair-trade coffee, and the ever-popular smoothie bar, in addition to an assortment of Grab & Go meals. The market stocks a variety of groceries, produce, frozen foods, snacks, beverages, and more.
Students hunkering down for a long study session in the main library don’t have to go without refreshments, snacks, and good coffee. Located in the Academic Commons area, Azariah's offers fresh coffee in the morninngs, Grab & Go sandwich and salad selections at lunch, and snacks, coffee, and tea in the afternoons and evenings.