In a land before time, Falstaff’s was a haven for eager students to debate deep, probing questions with their peers. The kinds of questions that stared into the gaping depths of humanity and shook its very foundations. Questions that thrilled the intellect but left the soul sad and ashamed. Falstaff’s was liberal arts.
Who are we kidding? It was a shitty bar, only slightly better than DA’s because it took less time to get there (some might disagree). People didn’t go there to ponder the bigger questions in life—they went there to get hammered. I mean, the place is named after a brand of beer (don’t give me that Shakespeare crap; it was product placement all the way). And get hammered they did.
Then in walks big, bad Glotzbach (or maybe it was his evil twin?), yadda yadda yaddo, and the rest is history.
Now, though, Falstaff’s Operating Committee is working to restore everyone’s favorite place to hate to its original glory, whatever that was. In what can be considered Phase II of FOC’s plan to improve Falstaff’s, the group is hosting a coffee house this Sunday from 11am to 5pm. According to the poster, there will be free coffee, unspecified pastries, relaxing music, and a calm atmosphere. Do some homework, read a book, or just enjoy the music. Nobody likes going to the library, so how about a change of scenery?
Help FOC help you enjoy Falstaff’s more, and check out their Facebook page here.