Most students spend long hours on campus so they need to get food. The Crossroads at BYUI is a convenient location for students to come and eat.
The Crossroads at BYUI has many options of food to choose from. From burgers & fries to sushi there’s something that everyone can love. The Crossroads at BYUI has its name because it’s “the center of activity on campus.”
There are 19 restaurants located within the Crossroads at BYUI.
- Tuscan Valley – Pizza and Calzones
- Pasta Primo – Fresh Pasta
- Stacks & Wraps – Sandwiches and Wraps
- Breakfast Buffet – Fresh Fruit, Breakfast Sandwiches and Burritos, Biscuits and Gravy, Pancakes, and Much More.
- Black Olive – Allergen Friendly Food. Gluten-Free, Lactose-Free, and More.
- Teton Grill and Quesadillas (located within the same area.) – Burgers and Fries and Quesadillas
- Chef’s Point – Lunch Specials of Home-Cooked Meals.
- Oriental Dragon – Chinese Food Buffet
- Caliente – Mexican Food
- Good to Go – On the Run? These Snacks and Drinks are made to Grab, Pay, and Go.
- Chick-fil-a – a Favorite on Campus.
- The Pastry Kitchens – Assorted Cakes and Pastries
- Hand-Scooped Milkshakes – Assorted Ice Cream and Milkshakes
- Crepe Corner – Signature Crepes
- Simply Sushi – Sushi Rolls and no need to wait in line to grab yours.
- Raisu – Rice Bowls
- Shaker Salad – Soup and Salad bar.
- Krispy Kreme – Assorted Donuts, you won’t find them anywhere else on campus.
Other Food Services Locations
The Crossroads isn’t the only place on campus to get food. There are also two cafes located on either end of campus. Garden View Cafe is located up in the Rick’s Building on the south side of the BYU-Idaho campus. On the north side of campus, Snow Cafe is located in the Snow Building.
On the first floor in the Manwaring Center, there is Freshens, the Bagel Shop, and the MC Market. Freshens is a chain restaurant. This BYUI location serves frozen yogurt and smoothies. The Bagel Shop serves bagels with cream cheese and bagel sandwiches. The MC Market serves as a mini grocery store on campus at a nice convenient location.
Integrated Business Companies
Along with food services, every semester there are a couple Integrated Business Companies (IBC). IBC is required for business management majors. The students enrolled in the courses create and run a business that lasts all semester. Each semester there’s at least two food companies. Keep a lookout to see what IBC Companies are opening every semester.
Whether you’re on the north side of campus, the south side, or somewhere in between, there’s a restaurant for you to try this week.