John Arthur Café

Have you tried the John Arthur Café?

Located on the second floor of the Fine Arts building (FA207), the John Arthur Café has an outdoor patio and access from the Spine. It's a great place to hang out, catch up on work and grab a quick drink or snack.

All products are baked fresh daily — bagels are from Best Bagels located in Endwell. Coffee is supplied from Mr. Koffee. We value freshness and quality in everything we sell.

Looking for a space to hold a meeting or a get together? The John Arthur Café may be reserved Monday through Thursday between 5 and 10 p.m. (currently not allowed)

Reservation request form 

Hours:

Monday – Thursday
9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Fridays
9 a.m. - 12:30 p. m.

Note: John Arthur Cafe is closed during class breaks.

Payment

We accept cash and credit/debit. We do not accept BUC$ or BUDS cards.

What's on our menu?

From Best Bagels

bagels: plain, everything, sesame seed, cinnamon raisin, french toast, blueberry, whole wheat everything

Extras

       butter, cream cheese, peanut butter, grape jelly, strawberry jelly

Hot Coffee

Columbian, 1854 dark roast, hazelnut, decaf, jamaican me crazy, french caramel cream, french vanilla brulee

Hot Chocolate and Cappuccino

hazelnut, french vanilla, mocha caramel, pumpkin spice (seasonal)

Hot Tea

green, earl grey, lipton regular and decaf, i love lemon, chamomile lemon lift, mint medley

Hot drinks can be served with half & half, whole milk, 2% milk, soy milk, honey or vanilla almond milk

Snapple

lemon tea, peach tea, raspberry tea, diet lemon tea, diet peach tea, diet raspberry tea, kiwi strawberry, mango madness

Juices

Orange, apple, cranberry grape

BAI Antioxidant Drinks

brasilia blueberry, malawi mango, kula watermelon, costa rica clementine, molokai coconut

Milk Pints

whole, 2%, chocolate

Supercoffee — chilled

Bottled water

Other baked goods

chocolate chip cookies, break, croissants, assorted muffins

Plus

assorted fresh fruit and instant oatmeal

John Arthur was a beloved professor of philosophy at Binghamton University and director of the Program in Philosophy, Politics and Law from 1988 to 2006. One of John's greatest pleasures was having a friendly debate about philosophical issues over a meal or a cup of coffee.