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Campus Eateries TourCampus Eateries Tour

Campus Eateries Tour

Philadelphia is known for its exceptional restaurants, diverse in cuisine and rich in history. Drexel is full of its own variety of restaurants and dining halls too. Whether you’re looking for sushi, coffee, or a new favorite food, our University City Campus offers plenty of diverse eating options for just about every taste.

1. Urban Eatery

Urban Eatery
Urban Eatery

The Urban Eatery is a new landmark on campus, offering Mediterranean food, sandwiches, coffee, and more. It's also got more convenient hours than most places on campus — 7 a.m. to 1 a.m. on weekdays.

34th Street and Lancaster Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19104

2. Ross Commons

Ross Commons
Ross Commons

Ross Commons mixes classic style with modern convenience. It features two family-owned restaurants, Sabrina’s Café and Spencer ETA Burger. Both offer delectable fresh food choices.

229 North 34th Street,, Philadelphia, PA 19104

3. Northside Dining Terrace

Northside Dining Terrace
Northside Dining Terrace

In the heart of Drexel’s residential area is the Northside Dining Terrace. There you’ll find Currito for traditional and non-traditional burritos and bowls, as well as Chick-fil-A Express, Subway, and Southern Tsunami Sushi.

34th and Race Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19104

4. Saxby's

Saxbys
Saxbys

Saxby's is a local favorite, known for its quiet atmosphere for coffee-sipping and enjoying pastries. Just a short distance away from the Recreation Center, finish your exercise routine with some caffeine. Drexel students even have the option to do co-op at Saxby's.

65 North 34th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

5. Chestnut Square

Chestnut Square
Chestnut Square

Chestnut Square is a living space complete with multiple food options. You’ll find Shake Shack for burgers, hot dogs, and fries; Joe for coffee and pastries; coZara for Japanese and Chinese cuisine; Yogorino for organic frozen yogurt; and Zavino for artisan pizza, salads, and gluten-free meals!

3200 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

6. Handschumacher Dining Center

Handschumacher Dining Center
Handschumacher Dining Center

The Handschumacher Dining Center, also known as the “Hans,” is home to various kinds of cuisine including a Philly favorite, the make-your-own cheesesteak bar. Asian, American, and Italian dishes are also served up, as well as fresh fruit and salads. Low-calorie and gluten-free options are also on the menu.

3201 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

7. The Academic Bistro

Academic Bistro
Academic Bistro

The Academic Bistro is a hot spot of creativity. It’s where student chefs learn from faculty and top chefs in the industry to come up with original recipes. You can also stop by for a hand-crafted lunch during the fall, winter, and spring.

101 North 33rd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104