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    The DBar

    By Stewart Hicks
    Sep 8, '04 10:58 PM EST

    You may have been thinking, "Stewart, you post all this information about academics, where do students go for cheap booze?" Well, I have an answer for you.

    The D-Bar, or the Debasement Bar, so called because of its location in the basement of the Graduate College, is a nonprofit, student-run operation that provides a much-needed relaxation zone for graduate students every night from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.

    Emphasis is placed on the fact that the D-Bar is a club — everyone living in the Graduate College is automatically a member, and others can buy membership. Members may bring guests over the age of 21.

    The D-Bar offers an extensive menu, with the cheapest beers at $1.75, cocktails from $3.25, shots, wine, whiskies, cognac and soft drinks, as well as food including peanuts, mini-pizzas and wasabi peas.


    • Gabriel Duarte


      It sounds just like the pub we have here in at TUDelft's architecture building. As it's quite sunny and warm this week they decided to transfer it temporarily to the lecture pavillion in front of the school building (check my last post), but I'll show some pictures of the original underground gig soon.
      I hope you're enjoyng your first impressions of the place! We had Stan Allen giving a lecture here before the summer and I'm sure he's doing a great job over there. Keep posting!!!

      All the best!

      Gabriel Duarte

      Sep 9, 04 5:14 am  · 
      Israel Kandarian

      actually, the cheapest beer at the D-Bar is PBR in a can for $0.75.

      Sep 9, 04 3:32 pm  · 

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