From top, the Plaza Café offers snacks and beverages to University Library patrons.
Students study in Tech Express.
Einstein Bros. Bagels draws a crowd in the new Arthur and Gladys Pancoe-Evanston Northwestern Healthcare Life Sciences Pavilion.
Lisa's Café offers comfort and style.
From top, students have room to spread out at Crowe Café in the new Crowe Hall on the south end of campus.
Laptops share the table with lunch at the Donald P. Jacobs Center.
In spring 2003 students in the Robert R. McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science's Engineering Design and Communication class helped redesign Tech Express.
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Hungry for a study break? Head to the new Plaza Café, located between University Library's first and second floors, for super-size cookies and other snacks.
Care for a cup of java on a sunny fall day? Visit Crowe Café, beside Kresge Centennial Hall in the new Crowe Hall, where patrons wirelessly surf the Internet and sip Seattle's Best while bathed in abundant natural light.
If students seek a more festive study break, they can settle into a comfy, high-backed chair at Lisa's Café in Benjamin W. Slivka Hall for a little live jazz or a game of checkers, chess or backgammon.
Lunchtime in the atrium of the Donald P. Jacobs Kellogg Center resembles the United Nations, as international and U.S. students dine on ethnic fare beneath flags of the world.
These are just a few of the new dining options on the Evanston campus. Other additions include the Einstein Bros. Bagels eatery, which provides views of Lake Michigan from the second floor of the Arthur and Gladys Pancoe-Evanston Northwestern Healthcare Life Sciences Pavilion, and the student-redesigned Tech Express in the Technological Institute, which offers quick and easy, grab-and-go dining options for students on the run as well as a place to sit and relax.