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When I was a student at ETSU in the late '60s most everyone that lived on or near campus when to the Cottage or Apex.

Just wondering what the favorite hangouts were today for the ETSU students?
Depends on what vibe you want. Numan's I'd say the biggest hangout bar. Capone's more of a club. Tipton's is a decent spot. Wild Wing Cafe and Go Burrito are decent starting spots. I just wish we some big crazy bars but you got to got to Nashville or Knoxville for that. We got a lot of hipster bars too like Asheville.
(12-16-2021 09:07 AM)etsuandpurdue3 Wrote: [ -> ]Depends on what vibe you want. Numan's I'd say the biggest hangout bar. Capone's more of a club. Tipton's is a decent spot. Wild Wing Cafe and Go Burrito are decent starting spots. I just wish we some big crazy bars but you got to got to Nashville or Knoxville for that. We got a lot of hipster bars too like Asheville.

Thanks, those are more chooses than we had back in the day. Like I said, it was the Cottage or the Apex in the late '60s. Now, I think, both of those places are close.
In late 60s legal drinking age was 18--basically any student. Now it's 21. I'm not naive to think there's no alcohol, but only seniors and super-seniors can hang out in a bar and drink.
(01-08-2022 06:45 PM)Wadood Abides Wrote: [ -> ]In late 60s legal drinking age was 18--basically any student. Now it's 21. I'm not naive to think there's no alcohol, but only seniors and super-seniors can hang out in a bar and drink.

I was thinking it was 21 to drink beer in the late '60s but I could be wrong. My memory is not what it use to be. LOL!
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