Much like every 20-something in yoga pants and/or sunglasses, Cornell coeds go crazy for brunch, which is "legendary." "Every bleary-eyed person on campus (and even upperclassman who live off-campus) go to RPCC brunch. This meal is literally the highlight of every Cornell student's week." And while you may be perplexed at excitement over a brunch where there are zero Bloody Marys, it's pretty easy to understand when you find out there's a create your own pancake bar with lots of fillers (M&M's, chocolate chips, fruit, sprinkles, etc.) and batters (pumpkin, blueberry). And a create your own omelet bar. Don't forget the homefries, sausage, and fresh-made pastries like chocolate croissants, bagels, and egg sandwiches.
Occasionally they have themed nights too, like harvest night in the fall, which fills students with cheeses, meats, vegetables, and fruits, all from local farms in NY State. We're talking goat cheese & fig pizza, fresh burgers with NY State aged cheddar, and fresh apple crisp with vanilla ice cream. All this stuff is "mad good" mainly because Cornell uses its own products. The ice cream/fro-yo and yogurt are all from the Cornell Dairy, and much of the veggies and fruits are grown on the Cornell Plantations.