Seminole Dining

Students, scholars and employees have multiple dining options on campus. Check to find out about dining options on campus and how to purchase meal plans.

There are many off-campus dining options within walking distance to campus as well.

Groceries Close to Campus

Take the Garnet or Torch campus bus route to the Winn-Dixie grocery store or the Heritage Grove route to the Publix grocery store. Find route information at Bus drivers can help guide riders in where to get off the bus. On the same routes, there are Dollar General, Dollar Tree, Walgreens, and CVS which also offer food, linens, toiletries, and school/office supplies.

There is a small convenience store on campus (in the Oglesby Student Union) and a CVS close to campus (on S. Woodward Avenue and W. Pensacola Street) that carry some groceries and toiletries.

Bread and Roses Food Cooperative, located at 915 Railroad Avenue, is a volunteer-run grocery store selling local and organic products.

Grocery Delivery
For busy researchers, students, and families, grocery delivery may be helpful. Websites such as offer delivery of non-perishable food, toiletries, and cleaning supplies. Local vegetable, fruit, eggs, and meat delivery are available in certain residential areas through

International Grocery Stores & Markets

NOTE: Information Below Subject to Change:

Apna Bazar International Grocery (Pakistani/Indian) 2819 Mahan Dr. 850-597-9774
Little India (Indian) 1350 E. Tennessee St. # D3 850-422-7701
La Moreliana (Mexican) 2418 N. Monroe St. 850-386-4178
Lynn’s Asian Market (Asian) 1214 Capital Circle 850-656-6148
New Seoul Oriental Market (Korean) 2624 W. Tennessee St. # B 850-575-7168
Nisub International
(African & Caribbean)
1135 W. Orange Ave. # D 850-574-5082
Southern Seafood (Asian) 1415 Timberlane Rd. 850-893-7301
Tally Caribbean Grocery (Caribbean/Haitian)  1533-4 S. Monroe Street  850-765-5163
Urban Food Market (Italian)  2415 N Monroe Street #300  850-329-2545
World Market (International) 1480 Apalachee Pkwy. 850-656-9977


Farmers’ Markets
Farmers markets are known for their fresh fruit, vegetables, and friendly interaction with the growers and other shoppers. Increasingly, the local markets delight visitors with art, jewelry, flowers, plants, and music. Several of the local farmers’ markets are:

  • Brickyard Farmer’s Market, The Centre of Tallahassee at 2415 North Monroe Street, next to Dreamland BBQ, Saturdays 8 am - 4 pm  
  • Downtown MarketPlace, downtown in the Ponce de Leon Park on Saturdays 8 am-2 pm
  • Flea Market, 5353 Capital Circle SW, open Saturdays and Sundays 9 am-5 pm
  • Frenchtown Farmers Market - at the corner of Martin Luther King Jr.  Blvd. and West Georgia St. (close to campus), open every Saturday 9 am-2 pm
  • Growers’ Market, at Lake Ella (organic produce) Wednesday, 3 pm to dusk, rain or shine
  • Southwood Farmers’ Market, in Southwood (organic produce) at the Southwood Town Center, Mondays noon-2 pm
  • Tallahassee Farmers’ Market, 1415 Timberlane Road, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays 8 am-5:30 pm

Emergency Food Needs

The Dean of Students runs a Food Pantry for students who are in need of food. The food pantry is located in University Center A, Suite 4100. Students are required to show their current FSU ID and to sign a waiver form. Students can take one free bag of food per visit and they may visit the food pantry as often as necessary.

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