When eating on campus gets old (and let's face it—it will), there are plenty of options off campus. A lot of restaurants are within walking distance from campus, especially those on Dickson Street, where students will find the widest assortment of food in Fayetteville. There's seafood at Powerhouse, pizza at Geno's, subs at Jimmy John's, and sushi at Wasabi. The pizza selections are also very good, with Eureka being the most popular with students because it's cheap. Along with almost every pizza place around town, Eureka also delivers to wherever a student may be, whether it's a dorm or off-campus apartment.
There are also plenty of hole-in-the-wall restaurants. Momma Dean's Soul Kitchen is home cooking at its best. They have huge portions and serve drinks in Mason jars. Then, there's Brenda's Bigger Burger, which is a local favorite near campus that's only open for a few hours each day; make sure you bring cash to Brenda's, as they don't accept credit cards. There are lots of late-night options, too. Taco Bell and McDonald's are open 24/7, along with Waffle House, IHOP, Denny's, and a local favorite, Sunrise Café. Mordours Coffee & Pizza is the best late-night pizza spot, as they deliver until 5 a.m. While the prices vary greatly at these establishments, almost every restaurant has something for a college student's budget. There aren't many kosher or vegan restaurants around, but they are definitely there for the taking. Students just have to know where to look.