Projected to Open in Spring 2021!


UNT’s first free-standing Dining Hall, Eagle Landing, is undergoing construction between UNT’s new Welcome Center, the Business Leadership Building and Highland Street Parking Garage.

Boasting the latest in kitchen technology and seating for up to 730 people, the food hall-style dining experience will feature seven unique restaurants in a bright, welcoming two-story space. Eagle Landing represents UNT Dining Services’ commitment to provide the campus community with in-season whole foods made from scratch. We’re excited that guests at Eagle Landing will be able to see their food being prepared right in front of them – by our professionally-trained culinary team – and many dishes will be customizable on-the-spot. We look forward to the addition of a retail market coming soon! Foodies are going to love this place!

For one Meal Plan swipe or just $8.20 + tax at the door, Eagle Landing will be all-you-care-to-eat, just like our other Dining Halls. This means you’ll have access to all 7 restaurants and plenty of seating and study space.


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When we open our doors in the Spring, Eagle Landing will operate 7 days-a-week.



7 unique restaurants in a food-hall style setting



Featuring a variety of burgers & plant-based cuisine, cooked over a wood grill.




Homestyle restaurant serving up favorites like fried chicken, mac & cheese, smoked BBQ, plus breakfast all day.




Plant-forward restaurant featuring greens grown at Mean Green Acres, the UNT Dining Services organic, non-GMO hydroponic garden, as well as fresh veggies, salads, soups and plenty of 100% plant-based options.




Latin fusion restaurant serving up campus favorites like street tacos and burritos made on house-made tortillas.




Asian-inspired wok restaurant featuring stir-fried rice & noodle dishes.




Clark Bakery at Eagle Landing will satisfy your sweet tooth with fresh pastries, warm desserts, ice cream & all your favorite treats, only available at UNT.




Italian restaurant serving pizza, calzones, stromboli and a daily pasta toss.





“[The new dining hall will] match the innovative spirit of our school.”

– UNT President Neal Smatresk
   Groundbreaking Ceremony. April 16, 2019