U21 Educational Innovation Symposium Hospitality Information
Breakfast options will be available each day of the Symposium and will include some hot and cold options, as well as coffee, tea, etc.
|Wednesday||9:00-10:00am||AMH – Great Hall|
|Thursday||9:00-10:00am||LRW – Waller Lobby|
|Friday||8:30-9:30am||AMH – Great Hall|
Buffett lunch with a variety of choices including vegetarian/vegan options.
|Wednesday||12:00-1:30pm||AMH – Great Hall|
|Thursday||11:45am-1:00pm||LRW – Waller Lobby|
|Friday||12:00-1:00pm||AMH – Great Hall|
A reception will be held on Wednesday in the Great Hall from 4:30pm until 6:30pm.
A selection of hors d’oeurves will be served, as well as a selection of local Ontario wines and beers.
A dinner, hosted by David Farrar, President of McMaster University, will be held Thursday evening 6:15pm-9:00pm in The Buttery, downstairs in Alumni Memorial Hall. Plated service with poultry, fish or vegan options along with a selection of local Ontario wines and beers.
Open 8:00am-4:00pm (closed weekends)
A small food court which includes a diverse range of food and beverage selections.
Open 7:30am-4:00pm (closed weekends)
Iconic Canadian coffee shop with small selection of bakery and other hot and cold beverage options.
Phoenix Crafthouse & Grill
Open 11:30am — 11pm (closed weekends)
A pub with scenic patio serving a bar & grill menu options. Housed in our historical Old Refectory Building and operated through the McMaster Graduate Student Association.
The Westdale Village neighbourhood has a variety of food and drink options, including a range of fast food, coffee and bubble teas shops. Below are few recommended options.
– casual modern eatery and bar, with patio
Nannaa Persian Eatery
– fast casual Persian eatery, with patio
Saigon Asian Restaurant
– a low-key Asian eatery serving a range of classics, from pho & pad Thai to udon, fried rice & dim sum
The Burnt Tongue
– casual restaurant known for tasty and hearty soups, as well as a good selection of gourmet burgers and sandwiches.
The Snooty Fox
– Westdale’s neighbourhood pub!
– closest location to McMaster, 10-minute walk across from campus on Main Street West
Downtown Hamilton has a lively foodie scene with many notable restaurants and bars in a relatively small area centered around James Street North and King William Street. This area is a 10-minute walk from the Sheraton Hotel, through the Jackson Square mall.
14 James Street North
244 James St North
30 Vine Street (123 James Street North)
28 James Street North
49 King William Street
298 James Street North
255 James Street North
178 James Street North
282 James Street North
43 King William Street
37 King William Street
41 King William Street
35 King William Street