Inside the building, there will be a newly opened Einstein Bagel:
Directly next door, to the south, there is a public coffee shop called Espresso Royal inside the Business Instructional Facility:
https://espressoroyalecoffee.com/bif (I recommend the large vanilla caramel latte with an extra shot of espresso!)
For real food:
One block away, to the west, is Ikenberry Dining Center. This is the closest option and is the largest dining facility in the US, outside of the military. They have a fantastic range of options – all of which can be mixed-and-matched with the all-you-can eat price tag ($11.72 for lunch, $15.26 for dinner).
Green Street Restaurants: There are a HUGE number of restaurant options 3 blocks to the north, on Green Street. Just a quick list – Panera Bread, Zorbas (Gyros), Mia Za’s (pizza), Cracked the Egg (Breakfast food all day), Pho Cafe (Vietnamese), Chipotle (Texmex), Noodles and Company (International noodle and pasta dishes), Wendy’s (Fast food burgers), QDoba (Texmex), McDonalds (nugget-based dining), Potbelly Sandwich (Toasted sandwiches), Sakanaya (Upscale Japanese), Empire Chinese
(Authentic Chinese), Bankkok Thai (Thai), Bombay Indian Grill (Indian), Lai Lai Wok (Authentic chinese), Domino’s (Pizza), Wingin Out (Chicken wings), Fat Sandwich (Fast food style sandwiches), Panda Express (Chinese, Americanized), and probably at least a dozen more.
It’s a foody paradise!
If you’re looking outside of immediate walking distance, then the options become legion and you’re better off talking with one of the locals to help nail down the best choice for you