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SCAD students, professors and staff may choose from a variety of university dining options and meal plans. Our Savannah and Atlanta dining facilities serve fresh, locally sourced food prepared daily by Bon Appétit, a leader in sustainable food service.
The Hub Dining Center is located on the second floor of SCAD Atlanta and features a wide array of options from specialty coffee at the coffee bar to pizza, hamburgers, specialty vegetarian dishes and international specialties. There is sure to be something for every palette in the Hub. Meal plans may be purchased by the quarter and access to the dining room is through the SCAD Card. The facility also serves as a reception and exhibition area.
Located inside Ex Libris Bookstore, this eatery features handmade breakfast and lunch dishes that incorporate natural ingredients, served in a relaxed and stylish atmosphere.
Located in the ornate 1926 Scottish Rite building on the enchanting Madison Square, Gryphon offers visitors and locals alike an alluring café menu in an elegant setting. The menu features signature favorites and fresh, seasonal offerings of rich, organic ingredients from local sources.
Located in Oglethorpe House, J.O.'s features a wide variety of classic home-style foods, grilled sandwiches, fresh pizza and casseroles, a fully stocked salad bar, an entree station, a vegan station, an assortment of desserts and a wide selection of beverages.
The Hive is a coeducational-by-wing residence hall that provides double and triple occupancy rooms, private bathrooms, twin-size beds, dressers, tables and more. This state-of-the-art facility includes laundry machines you can monitor the status of with your computer or phone, WiFi, a Mac computer lab with an array of Cintique tablets. And, it's home to the new main dining hall operated by the model for healthy, sustainable food service nationwide, Bon Appétit.
The Hive is ADA accessible and has limited on-site parking.
Located in Montgomery Hall, home of the School of Digital Media and the School of Entertainment Arts.
Bobbie's serves snacks and meals in an atmosphere reminiscent of the early 1950s. The diner was transported to the college from Mountain View, R.I., and seats 41 people on bar stools and in booths, in a decor accentuated by stainless steel and blue and white tile.