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There are countless dining options to enjoy at MCPHS, both on campus and in the neighborhoods nearby. You’ll have a great time discovering your own favorites while living and learning in the heart of Boston.

Our primary dining facility, the Dining Commons, is located inside the MassArt Kennedy Building, right above the MCPHS bookstore. It’s shared with MassArt and Wentworth Institute of Technology (WIT). A wide range of hot and cold entrees, salad bar, and specialty foods are available for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Peet's Coffee (also in the Dining Commons) is a popular morning stop for students—it’s also a great place to study, socialize, and meet people from other schools. The Commons is generally open year-round, with some reduction in hours during summer and holiday breaks.

All MCPHS students are given a Fenway Card, which has a convenient pre-paid account you can use to purchase food at the campus dining facilities and even at some off-campus restaurants and stores.

Students residing on campus are required to have a meal plan during the fall and spring semesters. In addition to the dining hall, other campus dining facilities that participate in MCPHS commuter and resident meal plans are:

MassArt/MCPHS Dining Commons

Located at 625 Huntington Ave. (1st floor of the Kennedy Building)

Tower Café

Located at 621 Huntington Ave. (2nd floor of the Tower Building)

Crossroads Café

Located at 179 Longwood Ave. (1st floor of the Fennel Building)

Peet's Coffee

Located at 625 Huntington Ave. (1st floor of the Kennedy Building)

WIT Beatty Café

Located on the main level of Beatty Hall, WIT

COF C-Store

Located on the 1st floor of the Artists Residence building, WIT

Leopard's Den

Located on the lower level of Beatty Hall, WIT

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Using Fenway Cash

Fenway cash card.

Use your Fenway Card to buy meals and groceries at lots of nearby restaurants, supermarkets, and drugstores.

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