Welcome to Leonard Dining Hall!
Welcome to Leonard Dining Hall! Please excuse the mess. This summer we have been working hard on phase 1 of a construction project. We are doing our best to limit the noise and disruptions throughout the final construction stages.
Phase 1 includes the rebuilding of the truck delivery receiving area, storage expansion, and enclosing garbage facilities on the west side of the building along Collingwood Street, as well as the construction of a new accessible entrance to the Leonard dining hall on the east side of the building.
Other aspects of Phase 1 include plumbing, electrical, and mechanical improvements.
Phase 2 will be an internal renovation of the dining hall starting May 2022 with a planned completion in August 2022. This will include new food stations and kitchen equipment. The primary focus is to support diverse and healthy menu options while implementing and improving waste reduction initiatives.
We can’t wait to have this new front entrance completed in the 2021 fall semester. In the meantime, please access Leonard Dining Hall through the main entrance and accessible secondary Link entrance indicated on the map below.
Leonard Dining Hall, the largest dining hall on Queen’s campus, can seat 700 guests and offers daily new and exciting menu options in a market-style setting. Try the pizza bar or customize your meal at the soup and salad bar. Each of the dining halls on campus prepare fair trade coffee and provide a variety of tea options.
No cash or flex $ sales will be accepted in the dining hall. If you live with any special dietary needs, food allergies, etc., our food service managers will be pleased to discuss your requirements and how we can accommodate them
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Food Allergy or Dietary Limitation?
At Queen’s University, we take allergies and special diets very seriously. We support students who have allergies and dietary restrictions by providing information and knowledge that is essential for students to make informed choices while dining on campus and participating in the university experience. We encourage all students to “Ask Before They Eat”. For more information, please visit our Allergies page.