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Written by Mahssa Mostajabi
While the dining halls are definitely no place to take a date, or anyone for that matter, to have a nice meal, they are adequate for everyday use. Georgia Tech is served by two dining halls, Brittain and Woodruff, which are located at opposite ends of the campus. The quality of the food has improved steadily over the last five years. Breakfast food is always your best bet at these dining halls, and students are free to make their own sandwiches and salads at the salad bar, if they choose to do so.
For a satisfying lunch or breakfast with a professor, friend, coworker, or anyone else, there are always two choices on campus: the Student Center Commons and the Student Center Food Court. Both the Student Center Commons and Food Court offer an exceptional variety of choices for lunch, including Chick-fil-A, Burger King, Jackets, and even a Starbucks.
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