Located at the entrance to the new Athletics & Aquatics Center. The Lillis Café is staffed by university students in collaboration with University of Puget Sound Dining and Conference Services.
The Lillis Café provides an open environment for students, staff and faculty to grab a cup of coffee, enjoy a delicious made to order smoothie after a work-out or lunch on the go.
House made smoothies are available using quality fresh frozen fruits and a variety of boosters and healthy add ins; including chia seeds, spinach, kale from the Puget Sound garden when in season, coconut oil and peanut butter. Choose from low fat milk, coconut/almond/soy/hemp milk alternatives, Greek yogurt, coconut water, orange juice, lemonade and apple juice to mix up your smoothie.
Our menu offerings include;
Straw-Ba-Apple-Berry - strawberries, mixed berries, apple juice, banana, yogurt and cinnamon
Banana Bread - dates, avocado, banana, coco powder and hemp milk
Tropical - strawberries, pineapple, mango and lemonade
Pina Coco-Lata - pineapple, peaches, mango, spinach, orange juice and coconut water
A Peachy Date - peaches, dates, mango, banana, nutmeg, cinnamon and hemp milk
As with all new things we'll seek to add what space allows and wherever our creativity will take us.
Our specialty coffee is roasted locally by Stumptown Coffee Roasters, a Portland based company that emphasizes single-origin coffee and a close sourcing relationship with the communities and farmers that cultivate coffee around various growing regions. University of Puget Sound Dining Services receives fresh roasted coffee each week from the Seattle-area roasting headquarters in Capitol Hill neighborhood. We are serving organic and directly traded coffees in all our locations across campus.
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.
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.