This post has not been vetted or endorsed by BuzzFeed's editorial staff. BuzzFeed Community is a place where anyone can create a post or quiz. Try making your own!Community·Posted on Oct 18, 2017Top 10 Places To Have Lunch On CampusDiscover some of the best lunch spots at King's University College. Some are hidden gems and some are popular hangouts.by kingsatwesternCommunity ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Rosemary’s Courtyard Rosemary's Courtyard is a green space facing St. Peter’s Seminary, outside the Darryl J. King Student Life Centre. It has stone patio tables and a gorgeous view. 2. Games Room On the second floor of the King Student Life Centre is the game room which features low benches along the glass wall. Have lunch while cheering on your friends in a game of pool, foosball or pong-pong then join in the game! 3. The Gazebo Located behind Wemple Hall, this lunch spot is completely covered by a wooden roof. It features a large table in the middle with wooden benches around the sides. Even on sunny days you'll still be able to see your screen. 4. Andy & Helen Spriet Learning Commons Also known as "the pit," this space features a teaBot machine, comfortable group seating and is steps from the cafe. A microwave is nearby if you've packed your lunch. 5. Wemple Hall Picnic Table This lunch spot is not well-known and often up for grabs. This picnic area is surrounded by greenery and makes a great quiet spot to have a sandwich. 6. Garron Family Learning Lounge The Garron Lounge in the heart of the King Student Life Centre is filled with tables, sofas and couches. It's conveniently close to washrooms, microwave, the library and a new cafe that sells a variety of breakfast and lunch items. 7. The Courtyard With 5 large tables under picnic umbrellas, the courtyard in Wemple Hall is a shady, scenic spot. A stone surround waterfall and bench are also found here. 8. The library The main floor of the Cardinal Carter library has plenty of tables as well as several reading lounges equipped with comfortable chairs. The main floor is a conversation-friendly zone which makes it a great place to collaborate or catch up during lunch. 9. Labatt Hall Picnic Area Adjacent to Labatt Hall are several picnic tables and benches. This green space is steps from the main path on campus and is a convenient place to stop for a bite to eat between classes. 10. Thames Market Stephen Grimes This is by far the most popular place to have lunch on campus. The Thames Market sells a wide range of food options including Unami Noodle, Grille Works, La Cucina, Pizza Pizza, Subway, Ah-So-Sushi and more! If you've brought your lunch, a microwave is located here. There's also comfy lounge chairs by a fireplace. 11. Bonus lunch spot: Dante Picnic Area The two picnic tables in front of Dante Lenardon hall are a popular lunchtime spot on sunny days.