You'll get a square meal and a fresh deal at this Tex-Mex spot that offers all the standards.
"Established in 1983 to add to students' GPA and general dating ability." The subs and clubs here might just do that.
Offers a wide selection of high-quality doughnut-shop fare, including several flavors of cake and yeast doughnuts, éclairs, Bismarcks, and, of course, doughnut holes.
Serving healthy, unique, and delicious food at fair prices. This place offers simple breakfasts of assorted tacos, French toast, and pastries, as well as a nice lunch selection.
When you're craving good wings in the middle of the game, stop by for plenty of TVs and great queso, too.
This restaurant provides beer and burgers for the pre-, post-, and during-the-game crowds, with an in-house ATM for those who fit into all three categories. Try the Sheriff's Sandwich while you check out six flat-screens.
If you're still hungry after an orange Dreamsickle Smoothie, try one of the dozen or so sandwich options. You really can't beat a fresh lunch option for less than $10.
Founded by Don Disman in 1972, this is the original location. This simple sandwich shop still serves up the scrumptious buns that we have learned to love.
offers paninis, salads, subs, and soups with 21 toppings and 10 varieties of cheese.
This cozy North Campus bungalow provides coffees, juice, and a full bar, as well as an eclectic, vegetarian-friendly menu in a comfortably shabby atmosphere. The giant patio fills up quickly during finals.
A fast-casual taco concept from the folks behind P. Terry's.
Good, substantial, and cheap Tex-Mex.
We like the goat combo on rice and lentils with a side of decadent rice pudding. But the hara bhara, or "green" chicken served with a thick, spicy sauce, is worth your while as well.
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