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ActivateEat.Drink offers a variety of places to visit on campus for delicious food and drinks to suit all tastes!

When you’re looking for a place to meet up with your mates, a colleague, or if you just need a coffee or bite to eat, head to one of our cafes located on campus - we pride ourselves on using only the freshest ingredients.

We also have two bars on campus, The Loft at UTS and The Underground. Both bars host live music and fantastic events throughout the year, so make sure you keep an eye out for upcoming gigs.

Towers Café

Located on the Concourse, Tower Building (Level 3A). Sit down and relax with fantastic coffee and a great meal.

Bites

Located in ActivateMarketplace (Level 3 Food Court). Enjoy 'style your own' salads and pasta dishes, fresh juices, home-made pastries, and freshly brewed hot drinks.

The Loft at UTS

Closed from 17th December, 2016 and re-opening Monday 30th January, 2017 The Loft UTS is available to be booked during this time for private functions and events. Contact us on bars@activateuts.com.au

Located down a sneaky lane off Broadway, this bar boasts live music, mouth-watering pizza and a perfect ambience for a chilled drink or two in the afternoon sun. Check out our Facebook here!

The Underground at UTS

Currently closed and re-opening Monday 6th March, 2017

Located on the edge of ActivateMarketplace (Level 3 Food Court). Relax with your laptop during the day and party hard by night! There's space to play pool, kick back and watch the latest films on the big screens, and of course dance during the best and biggest ActivateUTS events! Remember to flash your student card to receive a 10% discount! Check out our Facebook here!

We also own and manage the Aerial UTS Function Centre, located on Level 7, Building 10, Jones Street. See their website for more information about the best inner city conference and function centre www.aerialutsfunctioncentre.com.au

ActivateEat.Drink supporting GREEN

Did you know that all ActivateEat.Drink outlets work hard to ensure they’re being as green as possible?

Over the past few years the cafés have taken on a more sustainable and socially aware response. This has involved introducing a number of significant initiatives across all outlets, including:

  • Free-range eggs;
  • Certified sustainable seafood;
  • Socially responsible and environmentally sustainable UTZ certified Organic coffee;
  • BYO cup program (enabling less cups to be purchased and ultimately thrown away; reducing landfill);
  • Bio-degradable and sustainable packaging throughout, including cutlery and delivery packaging (requested of suppliers);
  • Plastic cups with low PTE (highly recyclable);
  • Bread that’s sourced from local bakeries, ensuring the carbon footprint remains low and local community businesses are supported;
  • Introduction of the “Ground for Good” program, where customers can purchase the ground coffee for use in their home in cleaning, gardening, mulching, composting etc. (All money raised through this initiative are given to LandCare); and
  • All lighting in the cafés is energy efficient