Spring 2017 Newsletter
New Café Open in Williams Library
A little over a year ago, a new self-service café opened in Williams Library. “Legal Eats,” open when the library is open, has a little of everything—candy, chips, nuts, sodas, juice, frozen meals, salads, sandwiches, soups, mints, and coffee.
All library users are able to purchase items with a credit card, and current Georgetown students, faculty and staff may set up an account.
The café has proven to be extremely popular, not only with law students, but also with alumni, visitors, and library staff. Because it is entirely unattended, there are cameras that monitor comings and goings, and all are on their honor to pay for what they take. There are several small tables where students have been seen collaborating on lunch and studying. There is even a phone charging station (think airports) courtesy of Westlaw.
Legal Eats is located on the first floor of Williams Library, one level down from the main floor, literally steps from the Reading Room (where food is not permitted). It is accessible from the library elevators, and from the staircase directly in front of the elevators in the 2nd floor Atrium.
Need more information? See https://www.law.georgetown.edu/campus-services/food-services/LegalEats.cfm.