For food on campus, the main option is Seasons Dining Hall. Even though students love to complain about on-campus food, the truth is that the cafeteria is not really that bad, it's a typical college eatery. There is nugget night, a large salad bar, and great omelets in the morning. There are also cool options like a waffle maker, hot cocoa machine, and towers of cereal to choose from. Recent additions to the Seasons dining room include a wrap station, Mongolian Grill, and increased vegetarian options desired by students.
Yella's, the small snack station in the student center, is very popular during late-night hours, especially for those weekend munchies when "pub options," including mozzarella sticks and bagel pizzas, are available. Einstein's is very popular during the week for those too lazy to walk back to their rooms, or for students who just want to grab a bite between classes. They have a tendency to be packed at those times though, so plan accordingly. Typically, meal plans also have a “discretionary money" component that can be used to buy coffee or a sandwich at one of these locations. Currito's is great for those students who love Mexican-style foods. It offers a good selection of burritos, tacos, and bowls, all freshly made right in front of you. It's also conveniently located in the Dana Center, along with the Bostonian Grille, so you an grab something after your workout or have a meal at night if you live on lower campus. And if you think that's great, stay right on upper campus and lounge in LaCava. They have premade stuff to grab and go, and an arrayed menu that can satisfy almost everyone's needs. Plus, they have the added bonus of lots of tables and booths to sit at and do work or chat with friends.