Picture This: The Howard Diner
Food brings people together, and one of the most popular dining options on campus for that is the Howard Diner.
The 1940-1950s-style eatery, located in the Beinecke Student Activities Village, is best known for its great jukebox tunes, friendly staff, and, of course, the tasty menu. Student favorites include chicken fingers and fries, mozzarella sticks, and the chicken parm sub.
The diner is also home to “Diner B,” a late-night hotspot on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights that stays open until 4 a.m.
Alya MacDonald ’25 snapped some shots from a day in Howard Diner.
Tour Howard Diner
If you haven’t been able to see Howard Diner in person yet, you’re in luck! It’s one of many stops on Hamilton’s Virtual Tour.
The Howard Diner was made possible thanks to the generosity of Robert Gray "Bob" Howard ’46.
Students at Hamilton have many opportunities to form connections in classes, through sports teams and extracurricular activities, and especially in the residence halls. As part of their living/learning experience, some students choose to join special interest communities, where certain residence hall floors are centered around themes.