Until further notice, all University Housing Dining Buildings will only be accessible by University Housing Staff and Residents. Dine-in seating will resume starting 9/25 in all Housing dining markets with limited capacity. Gordon Dining & Event Center will reopen to Housing residents on 9/24.
The health of our community is our most important priority. As a result, of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are making several changes to our dining service in University Housing as we prepare for the fall. A few of these changes are highlighted below, and full details are listed in our Fall Reopening Guide.
- Added options for touchless ordering, delivery, carry-out, and reheatable meals will be offered
- Single points of entry and exit will manage customer flow
- All items will be served on disposable service ware with disposable flatware
- Touchpoints will be disinfected and sanitized regularly
We remind customers to wear face coverings and practice good physical distancing when in the markets to ensure the health of yourself and others.
Gordon Dining & Event Center | 770 W. Dayton St. | Map
Gordon Avenue Market is the large dining marketplace that serves the Southeast Neighborhood of campus. Gordon Avenue Market is located near Davis, Merit, Ogg, Sellery, and Witte Hall, and is open for meals throughout the day. Equipped with 12 different stations, Gordon offers customers a wide variety of meals and snacks. The dining area includes an assortment of seating options for secluded study breaks, booths to share with floor mates, and tables by the fireplace with views of East Campus Mall.
Academic Year Hours*
Mon – Fri: 7:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Sat – Sun: 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Late Night: Sun – Thurs: 5:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m., Fri & Sat: 5:00 p.m. – 1:00 a.m.
*Hours may vary. See our full operating schedule for details.
Stations at Gordon Avenue Market
1849 Diner serves home-style comfort foods. It's the place to find traditional favorites such as fried chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy, chef-carved roast meats, and smokehouse BBQ flavors from around the country.
The Bean and Creamery
The Bean and Creamery coffeehouse and ice cream shoppe features custom coffee drinks, smoothies, UW Babcock Dairy, grab-and-go baked goods, beverages, sandwiches and snacks.
Buckingham Bakery offers fresh-baked goods morning, noon and night. Muffins, bagels, pastries, cookies, bars and an array of hot and cold desserts will display in a home-kitchen setting. A cereal station is part of this venue, featuring up to 30 vari
Buona Cucina offers daily pasta selections, featuring signature marinara sauce and other house-prepared sauces, rustic Italian entrees and accompaniments.
Capital City Pizza Company
Capital City Pizza Company offers signature pizza, calzones and breadsticks prepared to order and hearth baked in custom oven. Pizza is sold by the pie and by the slice, for dine-in or carry-out.
Delicious features made-to-order deli, panini sandwiches and wraps served on an array of freshly baked bread and roll choices.
Eggcetera is the only place where you can get hot breakfast food anytime you want.
Fired Up serves freshly grilled burgers and veggie burgers, chicken breasts, other grilled sandwiches and french fries.
The Flamingo Run convenience store has brand-name items for purchase like bottled beverages, groceries, health and beauty aids, school supplies and snacks in a hip retail setting.
Global Kitchen includes a number of ethnic entrées and sides from all corners of the globe with the menu varying daily.
Great Greens features a bountiful bar of freshly prepared greens, fruit and vegetable toppings, and mixed salads for diners to craft the ultimate salad, as well as house-prepared soups.
Qué Rico has daily specials of Tex-Mex fare, including tacos, taco salads, burritos, quesadillas – all prepared to order.