Oppenheimer Café (OC)

The Oppenheimer Café is located in the science quad formed by Harned and Thompson Halls. The café is staffed by university students in conjunction with University of Puget Sound Dining and Conferences Services.

For more information, call the Oppenheimer Café at 253.879.5902 or email us at oppcafe@pugetsound.edu.

Menu

The Oppenheimer Café provides an open environment for students and staff to meet, grab a cup of coffee, get a bite to eat and study. 

Coffee services in partnership with Stumptown Coffee Roasters, a Portland-based company that emphasizes single-origin coffee and a close relationship with the communities that cultivate our wonderful coffee. We are serving organic and directly traded coffees in all our locations across campus. 

Holler Mountain

Stumptown’s signature organic coffee blend representing South America, Africa and Indonesia. The Diner, Cafés and Catering use this bean blend for all of our drip coffee.

Hair Bender

Stumptown’s most popular and original blend of coffee representing South America, Africa and Indonesia. Diversions and Oppenheimer use this complex bean blend for all espresso drinks.

Trapper Creek Decaf

Stumptown’s sourced beans represented by the three main growing regions; Latin America, Indonesia and east Africa. Using the Swiss Water method, this is the only organic way to remove caffeine. 

 

Join us for our in-house made snacks, salads and wraps. Partnering with our fine Diner team, we are able to produce fresh-made offerings to the campus. Our Grab & Go items include: fresh fruits and veggies, yogurt parfaits, breakfast and lunch wraps, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, turkey and ham sandwiches, hard-boiled eggs and convenient portions of hummus, tuna salad and chicken. In addition to a variety of teas and easy-to-grab snack items, we are also proud to partner with Marsee Baking and Cascade Bagel for pastries and bagels that are made fresh daily!

Reserving Oppenheimer Space

Oppenheimer Reservations Have Been Suspended

Growing popularity of renting Oppenheimer space for events has become challenging to manage internally. Larger events that require logistics are exceeding the request form parameters.