In the first of a two-part series, Vice News is highlighting the best breakfast options in each of the nation’s colleges and universities.
Here are the top-rated dining halls on campus.
Read Part 1 here.
In a year where the nation is grappling with its first wave of mass shootings, there are still plenty of places where students can eat in a warm, comfortable environment, including at Annenberg, UC Irvine, and UC San Diego.
(This article was updated March 3, 2020 at 11:58 a.m.
PDT to reflect the fact that a new dining hall opened in the UC San Francisco campus.
We apologize for the mistake.)
As it stands now, the campus dining hall is a popular choice for students.
UC San Fran is the second-most popular dining hall in the country, and at the University of California at Irvine, students can dine at the dining hall every day of the week.
In addition to the usual breakfast offerings, dining halls at UC Irvine and UC Berkeley also offer breakfast bars, which offer a variety of breakfast items and beverages.
There are several types of bars: coffee, oatmeal, muffins, and other breakfast items.
Some of these bars are more pricey, like the Starbucks bar in the Student Center on the first floor of the Student Union, or the Oasis bar in Davis Hall.
However, most bars are priced competitively with those at the nearby dining halls.
In the case of UC San Franciso, there’s a Starbucks bar that offers breakfast as well.
The Starbucks bar has a variety, from breakfast pancakes to coffee oatmeal and even tea.
Students can also dine outside on campus, like at the outdoor plaza.
The outdoor plaza has a wide variety of restaurants, and it can be crowded with people from all walks of life.
As for lunch, dining at a campus dining halls isn’t the only option.
Some dining halls offer lunch buffet meals, which are usually offered once a week.
There’s a lunch buffet available on the second floor of Davis Hall and on the outdoor patio of the new dining halls that opened in 2018.
The second floor also has the dining halls’ new student dining area.