Anna C. Mapes '13 orders a drink from Jesse J. Kaplan '13, Laura S. Hinton '13, and Chandan G. Lodha '13 at Tuesday night's opening of Cabot Café. The café will be holding its spring preview in the basement of Cabot house through the remainder of reading period, and it will reopen in the fall.
You may remember last semester's buzz surrounding Cabot Café, which will reopen Monday after significant renovations.With $70,000 set aside for renovations, new arts-inspired events, and coffee that, according to public relations manager and barista Akanksha Sharma '14, students say "taste[s] better than Starbucks," Cabot Café is sure to look different.
Cabot Café will reopen Monday, Feb. 20 at 9:00 p.m. after having undergone major renovations. The space has been refined with new floors, outlets, lights, artwork, and furniture. Expect to find the same specialty drinks coupled with scrumptious and baked goods at low prices.
In an email, general manager and founder Jesse J. Kaplan '13 mentioned several new drinks, including the Mocha Loca, "a super chocolate-y mocha prepared with three different types of chocolate," and the Cloud Nine, made with vanilla and peppermint.
Cabot Café welcomes feedback from Harvard students. "Feedback is responded to [because] these are students who care about you," Sharma said.
Cabot Café is open from 9:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. Sunday-Thursday. For more information, visit their website or follow the cafe on Twitter @CabotCafe.