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Food, catering and vending services

High-quality and affordable meal options

GBC Eats is committed to providing quality, healthy, and affordable meals to the George Brown College community. Whether you’re looking for a quick coffee and snack before heading into class or looking for a healthy lunch option, we’ve got you covered at each campus!

GBC Eats is the college’s official caterer and operates popular food outlets like Tim Hortons, Bento Sushi, Pizza Pizza, and daily chef features at the St. James, Casa Loma, and Waterfront campuses. 

We also offer full-service vending at all campuses. Beverage and snack vending machines are located throughout our campuses and accept credit and debit tap payments.  

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Where to eat on campus

Student and service worker at food court at 51 Dockside Dr., Waterfront Campus

There are great options to grab a meal on campus. Check out GBC Eats food options and locations.

Where to Eat on Campus

Other food services and supports

Campus catering

A catering spread on a table at 51 Dockside Dr., Waterfront Campus

GBC Eats is the official caterer at George Brown College. From buffet-style service to formal dining, the culinary team at GBC Eats is ready to help make your event memorable. Visit the GBC Eats catering website to browse our menu, submit your order, or contact a member of our team.  

Ancillary Business Services recognizes that some events may have unique catering requirements. If you would like to discuss having an external caterer support your event, please contact  

Food Advisory Committee

Person picking a packaged salad from a cooler

Ancillary Business Services is committed to offering a food service program that meets the needs of the George Brown community. The Food Advisory Committee works with college departments, including the Office of the President, Student Success, the Student Association, and external partners to ensure that George Brown’s food service program remains accessible, healthy, affordable, and innovative.

Food affordability

2 Community Worker program students at the Good Food Market

GBC Eats offers a Ten Under Ten menu, which features ten daily menu items that are available for under $10. Check the GBC Eats website for more information or ask a GBC Eats team member the next time you visit! 

Students can purchase fresh fruits and vegetables at affordable prices at the weekly Good Food Market, Thursdays, 10:30 a.m. - 3 p.m., at St. James Campus, 300 Adelaide St. E., atrium. 

Run by the Student Association (SA) of George Brown College, students can register for the Student Nutrition Access Program, or SNAP, at Casa Loma Campus at the SA office, E building, room 127. Visit for details.