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Dine well in the restaurants of Emory Conference Center Hotel. Dooley’s Grounds Coffee Bar, The Dining Room, and The Club Room offer a variety of food and drink including coffee brews, pastries, lunch, and dinner selections to enjoy on the patio or at our inside seating.
The Dining Room
Feast on an appetizing buffet filled with fresh selection of local favorites for breakfast. Choose indoor or outdoor patio seating to take in the surrounding wooded views.
Breakfast/ Monday - Friday : 7:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Breakfast/ Saturday - Sunday: 7:00 AM- 11:00 AM
Lunch/ Monday - Saturday: 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM
Lunch/ Sunday: No Lunch Service
The Club Room
Adjacent to the Hotel’s Main Lobby, indulge in craft brews, signature beverages and a locally-sourced menu in a uniquely-designed and contemporary setting. Connect with colleagues by the firepit, watch your favorite team at the bar, or simply have a relaxing dinner near the fireplace. The Club Room has an area to fit any mood.
Monday - Sunday (offering à la carte dinner service)
4:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Dooley's Grounds Coffee Bar
Located in our lobby, Dooley's Grounds serves specialty-brewed coffee drinks and teas in a bright and inviting atmosphere. Enjoy a meal-on-the-go with a selection of pastries, muffins and fresh fruits. Dooley’s proudly serves Dancing Goats roast from local Atlanta roasters Batdorf & Brownson.
Monday — Saturday: 6:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Sunday: 6:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Who is Dooley?
Dooley represents a quirky tradition on campus. Taking on the first name and middle initial of the current university president, the biology lab skeleton safeguards the official Spirit of Emory. Acting through students selected to don the Dooley mantle, Emory’s official spirit maintains a vigorous and unpredictable presence. The identity of these students is one of the best-kept secrets on campus. Each spring students celebrate Emory’s resident spirit in a week of fun, foolishness and rich tradition. Dooley has the power to dismiss class—and that is just the beginning of a memorable week.