Red Deer Polytechnic offers a variety of food and beverage services on our main campus. This includes several popular brands of coffee shops and food kiosks.
When you visit RDP, enjoy a quick bite to eat or a full meal, along with a great selection of drinks located in our main building and in the Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre.
After you enter the front doors of main campus, turn left and view the delicious selection of food and beverages in the Marketplace.
- Starbucks | full-service Starbucks.
- Tim's Express | offers a variety of hot beverages and fresh pastries.
- Marketplace Express | grab-and-go salads, sandwiches, sushi and more.
- Subway | full-service Subway, featuring your favourite subs, salads, soups and snacks.
- Monthly Specials | a variety of fresh hot and cold lunch options.
- FarSide Bar & Grill | when you need a break, a bite to eat, cold beverage or just a place to visit. The FarSide is open for breakfast and lunch, too. Pull up a chair, relax and enjoy a sporting event on TV with friends.
- The Lift | a convenience store just inside the main doors (and next door to The FarSide) that sells food items such as muffins, coffee, subs and chips. The Lift also sells bus passes, maps, pain relievers, toiletries and more!
Red Deer Bottling Forum
- Tim Hortons | Enjoy a full Tim Hortons menu, featuring your favourite coffees, signature sandwiches, donuts and much more.
Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
Located on the west end of Red Deer Polytechnic's main campus, we offer a variety of food options during special events or Kings and Queens games in the Centre.
- Dimensions Cafe | enjoy a selection of delicious menu items (depending on the event), including fresh sandwiches, burgers, nachos, popcorn, coffee, tea, hot chocolate, water, juices and more.
- Fan Favourites Concession | serving snacks such as nachos, popcorn,and burgers, as well as a variety of refreshing beverage options.
For a quick snack or drink, vending machines are located throughout the Polytechnic’s main building and in the Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre.