Dining and Entertainment

Dining

Our two dining facilities managed by Bon Appétit Management Company are the centerpiece of the university dining program. By providing an abundance of delicious food in a relaxed setting, Bon Appetit offers students a wide selection of healthy entrees and food choices. From Nutrition Awareness to a professional help staff, our dining program supports the goals and mission of Case Western Reserve University. Meal plan options for Commuter Students can be found on the Dining Services website.

Entertainment

The Case Film Society sponsors first-run movies and popular films every Friday and Saturday night. General admission is open to the public for $4. Children under 12 get in for $2. The Film Society also sells two types of passes: a "10 pass" and a semester pass. A 10 pass costs $30 and can be used toward admission for one person and each companion. All films are shown in Strosacker Auditorium.

Music

Severance Hall

If you enjoy live music, there are a variety of concert halls and auditoriums in and around the city. If you like classical music, The Cleveland Institute of Music (CIM) hosts regular classical concerts by CIM students and other performers. Call CIM at 216.791.5000 for more information. In addition, The Cleveland Orchestra plays at Severence Hall throughout the year. Call 216.231.7300 for information on dates and ticket prices.

Around town, The Grog Shop in Coventry features live reggae, rock, and alternative music on a regular basis. Arabica Coffee House on campus also features local bands and performers from time to time. The Barking Spider, a bar located across from the Alumni House, also features acoustic performers and folk bands. Nighttown on Cedar Road often has nationally acclaimed jazz performers. Students also can check newspaper listings for concerts at Quicken Loans Arena, Beachland Ballroom, Lakewood Civic Auditorium, The Agora, House of Blues, Blossom Music Center, and more.