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Lunch optionsOur lunch breaks are one hour and twenty minutes. There are numerous places to get lunch near the Li Ka Shing Center. No single one of them is large enough to hold us all, and so we must disperse ourselves among them. Here is an overview food map showing LKSC and neighboring food places. Below are some individual maps to show directions.
The walking directions on the maps below take you to and from a road, but you can really just walk directly! The blue dots show you where the place is but not usually how best to get there.
- There is a tiny cafe on the ground floor of LKSC itself. They are planning to add a second cash register during our week.
- The Beckman bistro, in the basement of the Beckman building, has sandwiches and burritos. It is small but they are expecting us.
- The Nexus cafe, in the Clark center has a full range of hot lunches and sandwiches. It is the largest of the nearby lunch venues.
- Upstairs from Nexus is Peet's Coffee and Tea which has some salads and sandwiches.
- Lutticken's deli in the CCSR building has sandwiches and salads.
- Coupa cafe, across campus drive in Y2E2 of the engineering center, has Venezuelan coffee, arepas, salads, panini. It is a bit of a hike and the lines can be long. Lots of people love their coffee.
- Bytes cafe in the Packard building has coffee, sandwiches, salads and soup.
- Cool cafe is near the art Museum and Rodin sculpture garden. It is only open Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
- There may be food trucks and/or a BBQ stand.