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Off-Campus Dining

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3 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: The college is in the middle of no where, and there are only three off-campus options that you don't need to drive half an hour to. They all used to be owned by the school, but were bought and are still together, but not affiliated with Wells anymore. There's a bar and grill which serves American food, and is pretty average. A lot of over 21 students will go to the bar part. There's a bakery, which is always good. There is also an Inn in the village, and is the "fancier" option of the three. I haven't been there so I can't speak on the food, but I've heard mixed reviews. Sometimes it's nice to go there to get a change of scene, but the food is not different enough to be a complete change. You used to be able to use dining dollars off campus, but we have now switched over to every student having a Visa card which can be spent anywhere as opposed to dining dollars.

3 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: Nothing too special, but plenty of options. There are many, many places to eat in both Auburn and Ithaca. Aurora (and the small towns found in between) have a few local places to eat. The Aurora Inn is located within a 5 minute walk of campus and offers some finer dining. Both the Inn and bar/grill allow students to use "dining dollars" to pay. Places in Auburn include Chinese, Moes, Applebees, Dennys, frozen yogurt, etc. Ithaca is very well known for being "green" and offers many co-op/vegetarian type places to eat.

1 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: There's a bar/"restaurant" up the road, it has burgers, sandwiches, and that's about it. A meal for two can easily hit $50 regardless of the small menu. Other than that and a small ice cream place with $7 sandwiches, the nearest places to eat are in Ithaca and Auburn.

2 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: Small town. So one outside restaurant.

2 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: The town of Aurora is small. Not many options in town. You have to travel to Auburn to have a variety of places to eat.

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Rate the off-campus restaurants on the following topics    Based on 15 responses

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How would you rate the diversity of off-campus dining options?    Based on 15 responses

  • 7% A nice variety of local spots and ethnic cuisine.
  • 20% Enough variety to keep things interesting.
  • 7% Mostly just chain restaurants and fast food.
  • 67% An endless repetition of the same few places.
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