Campus Dining

Mount Berry, GA
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3 College Sophomore

Campus Dining: Tyrone's chicken is the bomb.

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3 College Sophomore

Campus Dining: Sometimes dining hall has great food sometimes it doesn't.

3 College Freshman

Campus Dining: When you first get to Berry it is very exciting to eat in D-hall and at Valhalla, but after eating there every single day it gets repetitive and boring. Theres a good thing there are plenty of places off campus to eat. So you'll be fine.

3 College Freshman

Campus Dining: Food is pretty okay. Some things are AMAZING, like the Chicken Parm. But they have the same brunch food on Saturdays and Sundays. Also, the breakfast items are also the same. Food on weekends is just terrible because it's the same. But it's great that there's to go boxes so I can take my food with me to another class if I'm in a hurry. However, there is the great option of making your own food with the hamburger station, salad bar, sandwich bar, etc. The food is good overall, it can just get old. However, the dining hall is open to suggestions and are very good about listening to them.
What I love though is that we also have Valhalla Foodcourt which offers a Burger Studio, Chick-fil-a, Habanero's Southwest, and Montague's Deli. Nearby is also Starbucks so I appreciate having those other options right on campus in the same building. Even better is the mini convenience store where you can buy frozen foods, milk, chips, sushi, etc.

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3 College Freshman

Campus Dining: The dining hall is satisfactory, but serves the same food often. Valhalla, which includes a Chik-fil-A, a deli, a taco bar and a small pre-packaged food area is very high quality, but far too expensive. Freshmen must have the unlimited meal plan (which is rather expensive), but really does help to save time and effort.


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Rankings View more rankings . . .

  • 950th
    Best Late-Night Dining Options
  • 954th
    Healthiest Dining Options
  • 1223rd
    Best Cafeteria Variety
  • 1232nd
    Best Ethnic/Kosher Options
  • 1255th
    Best Vegetarian/Vegan-Friendly Options

Student Author OverviewWhat's This?

Chauncey Brown
Middle Grades Education
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All students are required to have a meal plan—even commuters. The dining options are not vast, as there are only two places where students can dine. The RFoC Dining Hall was recently renovated and is now almost twice the size it used to be, but it's still crowded, and the food quality has yet to improve. Berry has made initiatives to become more health-conscious, but there are not too many options for vegetarians and vegans, who would prefer not to eat the same thing every day.

The dining hall is accessible by ID cards, and most people go around 11 a.m., so if you are in a rush, the to-go option is best for you. One drawback is upperclassmen cannot come and go as they please and are only allowed one meal per time slot, which is an attempt to keep students from running out of meals too early in the week. The other on-campus dining area is called Valhalla, or "Viking Heaven." Valhalla offers sushi, a deli, a burger station, and Mexican food. The items are overpriced, and the quality is not the best, but it is easier to access if you are in a rush. Students typically use their flex bucks here and at the two coffee places: the Berry Bean’ry, which is located in Krannert, and Java City, which is located in the library on campus. In addition, all dining options are not available 24 hours; the dining hall closes at 8 p.m. and Valhalla at 11 p.m.

Facts & Statistics

Average Meal Plan Cost
$4223 per year
Freshman Meal Plan Required?
Freshmen are given the Unlimited Plan for the dining hall and $150 in flex bucks (per semester).
Student Favorites: Campus Dining Hall
RFoC Dining Hall
Student Favorites: Campus Restaurant/Vendor
Valhalla Food Court
Student Favorites: Breakfast Food on Campus
Biscuits and gravy
Student Favorites: Lunch/Dinner Entrée on Campus
Macaroni and cheese
Student Favorites: Late-night Snack on Campus
Flavored iced coffee
24-Hour Dining
Off-Campus Places to Use Flex Money
Did You Know?
The Berry Bean'ry brews Starbucks coffee.

Dining Halls & Campus RestaurantsWhat's This?

Berry Bean'ry
Location: Krannert Center
Food: Coffee
Hours: Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-11 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 11 a.m.-11 p.m.
Java City
Location: Memorial Library
Food: Coffee
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m., 6 p.m.-12 a.m., Friday 8 a.m.-2 p.m., Sunday 6 p.m.-12 a.m.
RFoC Dining Hall
Location: Krannert Center
Food: International station, produce market, sandwiches
Hours: Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-8 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 11 a.m.-2 p.m., 4 p.m.-7 p.m.
Valhalla Food Court
Location: Krannert Center
Food: Deli, grill, Mexican, sushi
Hours: Daily 7 a.m.-11 p.m.

Student Polls

Rate campus dining on the following topics    Based on 27 responses

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  • Convenient hours
  • Ethnic/kosher options
  • Healthy/organic options
  • Late-night options
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  • Value
  • Variety/number of options
  • Vegetarian/vegan options
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