On-Campus Dining

Although both the Georgetown neighborhood and Washington, D.C., boast a wealth of dining options to choose from, many students find early on in their Georgetown careers that consistently financing dinners on M Street is pretty unrealistic. Sweetgreen, Dean and DeLuca and Baked and Wired are all great options for the occasional splurge, but between busy…

All About Leo’s

As a freshman, you’ll be eating most, if not all, of your meals at Georgetown’s sole dining hall: Leo J. O’Donovan Dining Hall. Leo’s, as it is always called by students, offers two levels of various — sometimes delicious, sometimes disgusting — cuisine. It’s not that the food is overwhelmingly bad, rather that Leo’s consistent…