Perk Up at Cabot Cafe

The scent of freshly ground coffee permeated the air as students and faculty chatted and baristas called out names written on the sides of just-made drinks at the grand opening of Cabot Cafe last night. If you haven't already heard of it, we don't know what you've been doing for the past few weeks, but take a break from your studies and allow us to introduce you.

Located in the basement of Cabot House's E-entryway, Cabot Cafe has transformed what used to be an underused common space into a hangout location for freshmen, upperclassmen, Riverites, Quadlings, graduates, faculty, and staff alike, as they all gathered at the Cafe for its grand opening last night. The Cafe offers loose-leaf teas, freshly-ground coffees, and baked goods—all of which can be purchased with Board Plus—as well as a relaxed atmosphere for students to study, chat, or just relax. We've already told you about the cafe here, here, and here, but if you're still not convinced that it's worth the trek to the Quad, check out the pictures above to see for yourself what the new space has to offer.

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