Rutgers’ own gourmet food truck prepares hot sandwiches, wraps and creative finger foods and serves them curbside around campus. Find out where the Knight Wagon will be each day. twitter.com/KnightWagon
■ Woody’s is the medical school cafeteria located in the Kessler Teaching Building. Woody’s offers a variety of hot and cold meals, bottle beverages, pastries, and snacks. admissions.rutgers.edu/woodys
The Plaza at Livingston Campus includes the following places to eat as well as several shops. Visit theplaza.rutgers.edu for more information
■ Henry’s Diner – A retro-styled “Jersey diner”.
■ Kilmer’s Market – You can purchase fresh foods at Kilmer’s Market.
■ Hoja Asian Fusion
■ Qdoba Mexican Grill
■ 16 Handles Frozen Yogurt
College Avenue Campus
■ Rutgers Club is a fine dining establishment located at 199 College Avenue. Visitors to the university are welcome to eat at the Club only by reservation. Call 848-932-7139.
■ PaparazZi Café is located in the Zimmerli Art Museum (and also accessible through Voorhees Hall) offers an inviting bistro atmosphere to relax and refuel. The menu offers a variety of staples and specialties that take students’ budgets into consideration.
■ CABfare is located on the third floor of the Clinical Academic Building, 125 Paterson Street, New Brunswick.
■ The Yard is the university’s new apartment building and includes the following retailers: Krispy Pizza, RU Hungry, Surf Taco, Starbucks, Honeygrow, Jersey Mike’s, Scarlet Sweets – House of Cupcakes & Gonuts Donuts, and Bella’s Burger Shack.
■ Café 52 is a coffee and sandwich bar located in Robert E. Mortensen Hall within the Mason Gross Performing Arts Center on the Douglass Campus.
■ Harvest IFNH is a new dining venue developed as a showcase for the mission and principles of The New Jersey Institute of Food, Nutrition, and Health (IFNH). Rutgers chefs create dishes that are focused on whole foods, without additives, chemicals, sugars and artificial enhancers found in most processed foods.