The Department of Food and Nutrition at Brigham and Women's Faulkner Hospital is committed to providing quality food, sound nutritional advice and superior service. Our main cafeteria is located on the Third Floor and our Atrium Cafe is located on the First Floor near the main entrance.
Weekdays: 6:30 am
Weekends: 6:30 am
6:30 pm (closed from 3 to 3:30 pm)
Lunch (Hot Entrees)
2 pm (3pm on weekends and holidays)
Lunch (Grill, Deli)
Dinner (Hot Entrees, Grill, Deli)
7 pm (6:30 pm on weekends and holidays)
To view the cafeteria menu, please click here or call 617-983-7000 extension 2233 to hear a recording of daily cafeteria menu offerings.
The Atrium Café coffee cart, located on the first floor of the Atrium lobby, offers a variety of specialty coffees (Starbucks), teas (Tazo) and baked goods. It is open to the public weekdays from 5:30 am - 6 pm. To view the Atrium Café menu, click here.
Vending machines, available 24 hours a day, are located on the third floor outside the cafeteria, the fifth floor outside the ICU and on the first floor adjacent to the Emergency Department.
Guests trays are available for purchase for any visitor unable to leave the patient room.
For any other questions, please contact Shannon Vukosa, Clinical Nutrition Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Inpatient and Outpatient Food and Nutrition Services
The Department of Food and Nutrition at Brigham and Women's Faulkner Hospital is committed to providing quality food, sound nutritional advice and superior service.
At Brigham and Women's Faulkner Hospital, medical and surgical patients select and request their meals through a program called Room Service DiningSM: an innovative new concept in meal service offering patients more control over what they eat and greater flexibility as to when they eat.
Once a patient's physician has prescribed the diet order, patients are welcome to request cooked to order food at any time during operating hours. Meals are selected from a Room Service DiningSM menu and called in at the patient's convenience. Specific food preferences (e.g., kosher meals, cultural requests, vegetarian meals, etc.) are accommodated assuming they comply with the physician's prescribed diet.
A registered dietitian oversees a patient's nutritional needs during the hospital stay and is available for counseling and follow up appointments regarding nutritional needs after discharge.
The Nutrition Department precepts interns for Outpatient Nutrition Rotations and Clinical Rotations from the Sodexo Distance Learning Internship program and the Simmons College Dietetic Internship program.
For more information about these programs, please see their websites: