Where to eat

Where to eat

**Summer 2021: Currently, visitors are welcome in outdoor spaces on campus and may enter non-residential campus buildings while escorted. See the visitors policy for full details. Please note that campus dining options remain limited at this time; details at MIT Now. Thank you.**

Looking to grab a bite? You’ll find a variety of dining options on-campus and off-campus. 

On-campus dining

For hours and additional information about the following retail dining outlets, please visit MIT Dining

Near 77 Massachusetts Avenue

Main Group (connected to MIT's main address, 77 Massachusetts Avenue)

  • Café 4 (Building 4, 1st Floor): Daily soups and packaged salads and sandwiches, as well as snack foods and beverages
  • Bosworth's Café (Lobby 7): Serves coffee and specialty drinks, as well as pastries and grab-and-go foods
  • Steam Café (Building 7, 4th Floor): Includes a salad bar, sandwich bar, and daily hot meal options

Stratton Student Center (Building W20)

  • Anna’s Taqueria: burritos, tacos, quesadillas, chips, guacamole, and salsa
  • Cambridge Grill: pizza, burgers, hot sandwiches, and other casual entrees
  • Dunkin’ Donuts
  • La Verde’s Market: Campus convenience market with a salad bar, sandwich bar, and a wide variety of prepared food options. 
  • Lobdell Food Court: Options include Cafe Spice, Shawarma Shack, and Shinkansen

Elsewhere on campus

Other campus dining options

  • Koch Café (Koch Institute): Includes a salad bar, sandwich bar, and daily hot entree options
  • 100 Main Marketplace (Porter Center, MIT Sloan): Salad bar, deli sandwiches, soups, sushi, and more
  • Forbes Family Café (Stata): Starbucks Coffee, pizza, baked pasta, toasted sandwiches, hot entrees, made-to-order specials; grab-n-go sandwiches and salads.
  • MacGregor Convenience (W61-029)

Off-campus dining

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