As a student, I can completely understand the need to stop studying, take a break and grab a bite to eat. If you are a student at U of T St. George, check out some of these places in case you are in need of a study break.
This walk-in style café is located near the campus and offers teas, noodle dishes and even crepes. They only use the freshest ingredients so you know you are getting the best quality food.
Located off of University College, this coffee house offer fresh-baked muffins, vegan treats and even meals like butter chicken. Breakfast wraps and even handmade soaps are available for purchase.
This family run business offers home cooked meals and a welcoming atmosphere. Grab a smoothie, a salad or a veggie burger to satisfy that mid-day craving.
Daddyo’s Pasta and Salads
If you are looking for a hearty meal, Daddyo’s is the place to go. They offer appetizers and a large selection of pastas and wines. So if you ever need a quick drink or a meal in between classes, Daddyo’s is the place to go.
This multi-purpose café offers treats, lunch and coffee. Located on the main floor of Morrison Hall, this café is the place to go for a quick bite to eat.
Sid Smith Cafe
This conveniently located café is a quick place to hit up between classes. It opens at 11:00 AM, which makes it a perfect spot to grab some lunch. They offer retailers such as Springs Rolls and Pizza Pizza.
Sidney Smith Hall (viewed from Huron Street), architects John B. Parkin Associates, 1961, infill and renovation (right) by architect Ian MacDonald, 2002 and 2004. #SidneySmithHall #SidSmith #UofT #TorontoArchitecture #ModernistArchitecture #modernist #modernism #MidCenturyModern #JohnBParkin #IanMacDonaldArchitect #UofTBulletin #exploreuoft #globeTOpix
Einstein Cafe & Pub
If you have a craving for pub style food, Einstein’s is your place to go. Located just across the campus on College Street, they offer local beers on tap and food like wings and burgers.