Snack Bar

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Also known as Snar. When you need the food, they've got the goods. If you skipped dinner and are on any meal plan but the 50-a-semester, then you can spend up to $7.00 in dinner "equivalency." There are three main dining areas at Snar: Whitmans, '82 Grill, and Lee Snack Bar.

Venues

Whitman's

Offers a char grill station, specialty salads, made-to-order deli sandwiches and gelato.

7 days, 9:00PM-1:00AM

'82 Grill

Offers homemade pizza cooked up fresh in a Woodstone oven, root beer on tap and hot pannini sandwiches.

7 days, 8:30PM-1:00AM

Saturday, 8:30PM-1:30AM

Lee Snack Bar

You can find hot or cold sandwiches, homemade gelato, and new healthier menu options. They do breakfast at snar.

7 days, 9:00PM-1:00AM

History

The snack bar has taken many forms...

?-2004

The Baxter Hall location. Rustic? Dated? Irreplaceable!


2004-2007

Mission...'I'll never have to leave home again! ...Except maybe for class. Only maybe.' -Random sophomore. ('Sophomore 50,' anyone?)

2007-???

The Snack Bar is currently located in the Paresky Center (Whitman's Marketplace by day and Snack Bar by night.) New! Better? 'Baxter' who?

???-present

The Snack Bar is now expanded to include Whitman's Marketplace, Lee Snack Bar, and 82 Grill.

Utensils

Currently, Snack Bar has new to-go utensils that perform much like plastic utensils in other places.

However, the 'plastic' utensils in the Snack Bar were once 100% biodegradable. That's pretty advanced. Unfortunately, they tended to melt easily. Students were sometimes surprised to find themselves spoonless after trying to eat some soup. And the cups were made out of corn! They burned a most awesome shade of blue-green...

Delivery

During Winter Study and the first part of the Spring 2006 semester, Dining Services and the College Council sponsored a Snack Bar delivery service, but sadly the service has been on hiatus ever since.