Dining Services

Students walking through dining hall area while other students stand at a cafeteria-style serving area
From the athletic fields perched high on Pitt’s upper campus to the classrooms on the ground floor of the Cathedral of Learning to additions and improvements at the regional campuses, new spaces are welcoming the University of Pittsburgh community for the fall 2019 term.
Panther Grille food truck details showing its logo
New food options, locations and services bring more choice to the campus community, aiming to make sustainability synonymous with Pitt dining.
a box of vegetables, shot from above
A new grocery store is coming to campus, and the hours for Litchfield Towers' Quick Zone convenience store have been expanded to 24/7 — all to feed student demand.
woman in a chef's hat holding up a beater covered in white cookie batter
From locally sourced meat to increased Farmers Market hours to gluten-free options — Pitt's Dining Services has something tasty for everyone. Plus, get the answers to frequently asked questions about dining at Pitt.
Humane Society Chef Wanda White offers up a large whip of aquafaba meringue cookie batter for the Pitt Dining chefs to sample.
In one-on-one sessions with Dining Services staff, food committee meetings and on social media, students have voiced interest and requests for more dishes that don’t contain meat.