Meals & Dining

Gather 'round in the dining hall for great food (and conversation!) from our award-winning chef and food service staff.
    • Students at lunch in Coit Middle

Something is always cooking at St. Paul’s School, whether it’s in the dining halls in Coit or the Kwok Cafe in the Friedman Community Center, the food is varied, healthy, locally sourced, and delicious! Our award-winning chef and friendly certified food service staff create hundreds of meals each week for students, faculty, and staff using nutritious ingredients in menus that reflect the School’s international flavor. The Student Food Committee also helps craft the menu, and stocks it with all the current favorites, and vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free meals are available at every meal.

Dining Options

Coit Dining Hall

The Coit Dining Hall offers three separate dining rooms to relax and enjoy a meal – the Upper, the Middle, the Lower. Our dining halls offer full breakfast, lunch and dinner items and healthy, between-meal snacks throughout the day. 

  • Select Cereal
  • Fresh Fruit & Yogurt Bar
  • Smoothie Bar
  • Eggs to Order
  • Make-Your-Own-Waffles
  • Soup Station
  • Deli Bar
  • Salad Bar
  • Taco Bar
  • Pasta Bar
  • Panini Specials 
  • Infused Water Stations
  • 100% Fruit Juice
  • Buffalo Spring Coffee Bar
  • Specialty Sweets
  • Gifford's World Class Ice Cream

Hours of Operation

    • Taco Bar

    • Fruit Bar

Community Center

Deli Bar
The "Grab 'n Go" Deli Bar lunch offers a quick, convenient alternative to cafeteria lunch and is available in the Community Center.

The Kwok Café
Open every evening for pizza, burgers, and snacks with friends. Be sure to sample the selection of foods from our "food trucks" when they are available.

Hours of Operation

Grab 'n Go
The Kwok Café (Breakfast & Lunch)
The Kwok Café (Dinner)

Join Us for a Meal

Take a seat, stay a while! Join us for a quality meal when you visit our campus, whether it's for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or a quick bite at Kwok Café.

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    • Students serving themselves from a buffet

Traditions & Occasions

The dining experience is enriched by unique traditions and occasions that bring our community closer together. At Seated Meals, we share a family-style dinner wherein faculty and student leaders host tables with those in the School they might not otherwise get to know. During the holidays, you can be sure that Food Services will rise to the occasion with Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, and international holiday menus anticipated by the entire School community.

Food Safety

Diets, Allergies & Nutrition

Vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, and nut-free meals are available at every meal. We do not cook with nut oils; nuts are kept in closed bins in a separately designated area of the dining hall, and any foods containing nuts are clearly labeled. If your child has a food allergy, please contact Kate Daniels to discuss allergy documentation and develop a custom food plan. The dining hall has Epi-pens on hand, however, we strongly recommend that student with a life-threatening allergy carry one with them at all times. We strongly encourage healthy eating habits. Our contracted nutritionist shares advice and insights in our weekly newsletter, Food for Thought.
    • students eating at a picnic table


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  • We allocate more than one-third of our entire food budget for fresh, humane, and locally produced ingredients.

  • We recycle 100% of our cardboard, metal cans, glass bottles, plastic containers, and aluminum products.

  • Our picnic ware is reusable.

  • Our food waste is collected and recycled by local farmers.

  • All of our single-use beverage cups are compostable.

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Make the Most out of Meals

Our Food Service Office is here to help—ask a question or share a concern. Please contact us!

Call Food Service at (603) 229-4671
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