Get information on where to eat around our campus.
Need to eat but don't have a lot of time? Enjoy one of the many on-campus dining options throughout our East Baltimore campus.
Located on the second floor of the Wolfe Street building.
Cafe´-style eatery offers coffee, breakfast, lunch, and snacks.
Dine-in and take out
7:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., Monday through Friday
Garden Plate Farm to Table Cafe
Located on the ninth floor of the Wolfe Street building.
Breakfast, lunch, and snacks.
Dine-in and take out
10 a.m. - 3 p.m., Monday through Friday
Fresh Express by Rosina Gourmet
Located at 525 North Wolfe Street on the first floor of the School of Nursing
Breakfast and lunch sandwiches and salads;
7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m., Monday through Friday
Daily Grind at Hampton House
Formerly Hampton House Café
Located at 624 North Broadway on the first floor of Hampton House
Cafe´-style eatery offers coffee, breakfast, lunch, and snacks;
Dine-in and Take out
7:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday
7:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m, Friday
Dining at the Johns Hopkins Hospital
The restaurants at The Johns Hopkins Hospital offer a fresh, convenient way to refuel during your visit. Dining options range from a quick cup of coffee and grab-and-go meals to gourmet soups, salads, and entrees. While you eat, enjoy the garden views from the food court on the main level of the Zayed Tower.
Monday to Friday with limited weekend selections. See individual restaurants for opening/closing times.
While the dining options in Baltimore are endless, the eateries below are conveniently located near campus.
Restaurant and cafe dining is not your only option. Johns Hopkins and the local Baltimore community offer many resources for grocery shopping, farmers markets, and even support for students experiencing food insecurity.
Food Insecurity Resources
Need help navigating food insecurity or the resources listed here? Reach out to the Office of Student Life at firstname.lastname@example.org.
211 is a community resource hub available to Maryland residents. You can access resources for potential assistance with food, housing, utilities, legal information, and more through the website or by dialing “211.” On the “Food” section under “Resources”, you can information regarding food pantries, food distributions, food vouchers, and other food resources by inputting your zip code. This service is available throughout the country and resources change within each county.
Baltimore Free Foods Sites
Access the Baltimore Free Foods Sites interactive map to find free food pantries/distributions/resources in the Baltimore area. The legend provides additional access details.
Hopkins Food Pantry
The Hopkins Food Pantry was founded to help address food insecurity for all Hopkins affiliates. The Food Pantry works in partnership with the Maryland Food Bank to ensure JHU affiliates have the opportunity to succeed.
Maryland Food Bank
Access the Maryland Food Bank to find food pantries near you by inputting your address.
Supplemental Nutritional Access Program (SNAP)
SNAP is a county food benefits program formerly known as “food stamps.” This program is meant to provide ongoing access to nutritious food through monthly benefits. Benefits are deposited each month onto an EBT debit card. You can use these benefits to buy groceries as well as prepared food wherever EBT is accepted. Your eligibility will depend on several factors, including residency status, income, as well as part-time/full-time enrollment in school. The benefit amount awarded each month will depend on those same factors. To find more information, visit this link.
The College SNAP Project
The College SNAP Project is a SNAP benefits application for college students. There is an application process and there are no penalties for applying or re-applying. Call (866) 821-5552 to learn more or apply online. As this is a county resource, international students are not eligible.