The campus dining at Quinnipiac University has been one of the more controversial topics at the school. After a complete makeover of the cafeteria in the fall of 2010, the dining facility has been taking in student feedback and providing its patrons with more options. Quinnipiac has two other cafeterias on its satellite campuses, York Hill and North Haven. Both cafeterias have similar options as the main one.
The cafeteria on Quinnipiac University's main campus offers a pretty good variety of food: Coyote Jack's Grill serves grilled sandwiches and fries; The Kitchen provides different entrées daily; Pizza Fusion serves regular and gluten-free personal pan pizzas; Thumann's Healthy Deli is where students go to order customized deli sandwiches and wraps; and Yan Can Cook is the new Chinese station in the café that serves food off of a regular Chinese menu. The prices in the cafeteria are all à la carte, and according to many students, very overpriced. A single piece of fruit (apple, banana, orange, etc.) will cost you $1.09. A grilled sandwich runs between $5 and $8, and a meal from the Chinese station will run you between $8 and $9. Naked Pear Café is where students can get freshly-made organic and gluten-free wraps, sandwiches, and dishes, and The Coffee Shop is where students can order specialty coffees from the Seattle's Best brand.