Sips was definitely frat-heavy. I believe they even had Greek-specific nights. I ended up going there quite often though, when you know the bartenders and drink for free it really doesn't matter who's drinking with you!
Sips certainly wasn't like that when I was in school, but then again, I'm getting old. I always thought People's was pretty 'frat heavy' too.
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Was that The Boheme at that time too? Maybe not 96-97, but shortly thereafter.
Shortly thereafter. It was the Long Shot (Saloon?) My former roommate/current co-worker and I struggled to remember that one. I could only remember that I always thought it sounded like the name of gay bar and that the only reason I went there was b/c they never checked my ID (and I was 18/19.)
One of my favorite memories in that building involved seeing the Mad Caddies and heading for cover in the basement w/ them when tornado sirens went off. Their album at the time? "Duck and Cover" Kind of funny explaining what was going on to a group of guys from California
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