People tend to check in during these times:
make sure you say hi to romeo at reception!
come visit frankarr in 24/2362 and get a sticker
foo bar baz
i want to be the king of that building
The cafe in building 43 is actually a little better for distance and it's less busy during lunch time.
There are multiple entries is the building spreading arounded to the four corners of the building.
Seattle's Best "Henry's Blend" in the first floor kitchenette is far better than the Starbucks in the others
26 is the closest cafeteria but it's obscured by trees so many people aren't aware it exists. The kitchens on the 2nd floor aren't aligned with the 1st floor so the closest kitchen may be via stairs.
Buildings 9, 16, and 25 are your closest places to eat. I'd recommend B9 of those 3.
coffee better on 1st floor - seattles best
bring your own lunch