Overall, Agnes Scott's dining facilities are nice. The pricing for meals isn't the best for the quality of food you receive, though. In Letitia Pate Evans Dining Hall (Evans), the pricing ranges from $5.50 to $9. Although these meals are covered by the meal plans, they are still expensive. Dinners are highly priced, and you could easily go into Decatur and eat dinner for less or just as much as Evans costs you; however, you should keep in mind that Evans is an all-you-can-eat place, so the money you spend on dinner is used to cover what you eat and waste. Aside from pricing, Evans is a wonderful place at which to eat. It's always clean, the people are always welcoming, and the food isn't horrendous, either. In Evans, there are food traditions for a couple days of the week. Wednesday is always "Fried Chicken Wednesday," where traditional Southern food is served in the "Comfort Zone" serving area; fish is always served on Friday (in the Comfort Zone area) along with tacos, which are served in the international food section. Although things in Evans often do get repetitive, there's always something there for someone to enjoy.
The pricing in Mollie's Bakery Café (Mollie's) is more reasonable than what you pay for in Evans. Few people are impressed by the Mollie's staff because they are often rude and intimidating at night. They also don't often have a sense of urgency. Both Evans and Mollie's have vegetarian/kosher/vegan options, but there isn't much variety. Dining availability is limited because there is only one dining hall and one restaurant on campus, which contributes to people being bored with the food. There are, however, many restaurants within walking distance that offer student discounts on food.