Did you have a side of campus in mind? The east and west sides have pretty different personalities, food-wise.
Alvin Ord's sandwich shop - A college classic kind of place. They have a kind of schlotsky's style bread that is pretty distinctive. I don't really like that kind of bread actually, so I generally don't eat there. It's flanked by Pizza Classics and Subway, and caddy-corner from Murphy's Deli. The Subway and Murphy's Deli have pricy, healthy-style food pretty cornered and that's where you'll see most of the sorority types.
Also right near campus is Susie's Vegetarian and Gil's burgers. If you're going for hangover food on that side of town your main competition is going to be the Allniter and Cafe on the Square. Cafe on the Square has huge portions of cheesy eggs served all day, and the Allniter makes a biscuit with sausage and cheese cooked into it, as well as a hangover hash meat/cheese extravaganza. The Allniter is new but it's really a powerhouse and if I was opening a business I wouldn't even try to touch its market. Across from them is the Root Cellar, with high-end food (think apples on a ham sandwich and avocado mint soup).
On the other side of campus you've got Grin's, a nice sit-down place with great burgers. Thai Thai is around there, and the only good Chinese food place in town. I haven't been to the Bite My Buns place yet but it sounds kind of weird. There are a bunch of apartments around those places and I imagine you'd get more upperclassmen and grad students (like myself) instead of freshmen looking for a place close to the dorms.
Incidentally, I guage the value of a place based on how reasonably their grilled cheese sandwich is priced.
Hope all this helps.