Dining

Take a Break at Governor's Square

Whether it's an afternoon snack, a hot cup of coffee or a relaxing meal with friends or family, take a break to recharge, refuel and indulge in a variety of dining options.

Full Service Restaurants

Red Robin
Level 1, near JCPenney
A family restaurant that's cool enough for teenagers, hip enough for adults and tasty enough for even the most discriminating palates. The menu includes mouthwatering burgers, outrageous pastas, crave-able salads and decadent desserts, but there are also TVs to watch, and guest appearances by the mascot "Red," that are sure to delight every kid from 1 to 92. In addition to popular menu offerings, Red Robin is well known for its frequent "Food and Beverage Celebrations," where innovative and trendy new food items, and "out-of-this-world" beverages are created by the restaurant's own "Mad Mixologist."

Quick Service Restaurants

Sarku Japan
Level 1, near macy's
Founded in 1987, Sarku Japan introduced fresh “made-to-order” Japanese cuisine prepared with high quality ingredients to provide a healthy, nutritious alternative to traditional fast food meals. We were the first to establish the concept of Teppanyaki-style, freshly cooked Japanese cuisine.
Villa Pizza
Level 1, near macy's
Villa Italian Kitchen is built on the strict loyalty to authentic old-world recipes that Michele Scotto brought with him from Naples, Italy.
Krispy Krunchy Chicken
Level 1, near macy's

Snacks & Drinks

Auntie Anne's
Level 1, near macy's
Salty, savory, sweet or tangy, Auntie Anne's pretzels are rolled by hand, baked to a golden brown, and never kept longer than 30 minutes!
Starbucks
Level 1, near macy's
Starbucks purchases and roasts high-quality whole bean coffees and sells them along with fresh, rich-brewed, Italian style espresso beverages, a variety of pastries and confections, and coffee-related accessories and equipment.
Sworlz
Level 2, near macy's