Waterfront lounge caters to students

The Zebra Lounge allows students to park in their lot while they attend class. Photo Credit: Hannah Eppley A good lunch and a game of bowling between classes are right across the street from campus.

The Zebra Lounge, located at 522 Quay St., offers the perfect hangout spot with tasty bar food like burgers, nachos, and french fries.

Those who like burgers will be fans of Zebra specialties like the Bacon Swiss and Cajun Cheese Burgers.

With most prices under $9, students can enjoy lunch without breaking their budget.

After eating, guests can walk through a corridor and bowl a couple games in the Bowl-O-Drome right next door.

Other games include darts, pool tables and video games, so even for those that aren’t fans of bowling are sure to be entertained.

The atmosphere is family friendly and laid back during the day, and becomes bustling and energetic later in the day.

At night, the dance floor comes alive with dancing and DJ’s on the weekends, while there is family friendly dining until around 11p.m, making the “Zeeb” a great destination for either lunch or dinnertime.

The Zebra Lounge is welcoming to students who stop by for lunch and even allow them free parking while they attend classes across the street.

SC4 students get 10% off of everything except for alcohol and things that are already on special,” said Nancy Laming, manager of the Zebra Lounge.

Another exciting feature is that the Zebra Lounge is right on the water, so during the summer customers can dock their boat right along the side of the bar.

The Zebra Lounge is open Sunday through Wednesday 11 a.m. to midnight, and Thursday through Saturday 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.

Visit www.facebook.com/TheZebraLounge to stay updated on specials and events taking place.

 

Hannah Eppley

Staff Writer

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