Where to Eat
Parham Road Campus
Julian’s Coffee Shop is affectionately named after Reynolds’ namesake, J. Sargeant Reynolds. They offer a variety of soft drinks, snacks, sandwiches, and salads, as well as hot and iced coffee, teas, and an assortment of espressos. Julian’s Coffee Shop is located in the Campus Store adjacent to the first floor lobby of Georgiadis Hall. Be sure to ask about their seasonal drinks as well!
The Parham Road Campus offers Campus Café, located on the main floor of Burnette Hall. Berrywood offers coffee, cold drinks, breakfast and hot lunch/dinner items. Convenience snack and soft drink machines that accept bills, coins and credit cards are available in Burnette Hall, Georgiadis Hall, Massey and Workforce Building.
A microwave is available for students in the Student Life Center, Georgiadis - Mezzanine. Contact the Office of Student Life for hours, which may vary. (804)523-5082.
Off-campus, students can grab a quick meal between classes at a number of strip malls and restaurants at intersections north and south of the campus.
The Downtown Campus offers a café, located on the main floor. The café offers coffee, cold drinks, breakfast and hot lunch/dinner items. Convenience snack and soft drink machines that accept bills and coins are also available. A microwave is available in the for students in the Downtown Campus Student Life Center. Contact the Office of Student Life for hours, which may vary (804) 523-5083.
Caribou Coffee. Located in the 2nd floor lobby area. Caribou coffee offers coffee, soft drinks, Danishes and muffins.
Off-campus, students can grab a quick meal between classes at a number of restaurants and food trucks located in downtown Richmond. Students may need to bike or drive to many off-campus restaurants depending on their available time.
Goochland Campus offers convenience snacks and soft drinks in the Student Lounge. Machines accept bills and coins. Less than a mile from campus, students can get quick meals between classes in the strip mall and restaurants at the intersection of Route 632/Fairground Road.