Considering the size of campus, the number of off-campus dining options for Lafayette students is quite varied. Campus Pizza is barely a three-minute walk from the quad, and is known to have the best pizza around. It also doubles as a party venue for many off-campus occasions, like Greek life events. Three doors down is Cosmic Cup, a dimly-lit café with a cheerful staff and bustling crowds. Lafayette students frequent this haunt for its fair-trade coffee and specialty drinks. This is also a good place for the locals and the college students to mingle. A few blocks away is Morici Restaurant, which delivers to campus and has a great variety of pasta dishes. The menu is also affordable, and it’s not rare to see groups of college students sitting at the long tables, celebrating birthdays and graduation.
There are more dining options down the hill, in downtown Easton. Pricier options include Sogo, a sushi restaurant, and Sette Luna, which is past the circle. Dining places more affordable on a student's budget include Quadrant Book Mart & Coffee House, students’ resounding favorite brunch place. However, for those students who have alternative eating lifestyles, most menus do not cater to kosher, vegan, or vegetarian needs.