A small variety of dining options is available around the Webster campus. Marletto's Marketplace is the major dining option and has the most variety, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner along with some dessert and snack options. Another "early" option is at the Cyber Café, which is open at 8 a.m. once Emerson Library opens—great for grabbing a cup of coffee to start off a class.
Crossroads opens in time for lunch, when the University Center becomes a bustling ground for hungry students in need of a quick bite before class. The food is exceptional, especially from Crossroads, but be careful of the vendor boxed meals that are sold at the Simply to Go or in the Cyber Café; they can get soggy and look unappealing despite being in the refrigerator for a few hours. Some food from Marletto's can also be a bit greasy, depending on the kind of food set out, like pizza or food containing meat. For a few cents more, drinks can be made with soy or fat-free milk. Marletto's also has options especially made for vegans and vegetarians, including a "watch and eat" area where a chef can create your own wrap. They are all good places to consider when you are short on time and need an adequate meal in between classes.