Late Night Bites at Lunt Café

Late Night Bites at Lunt Café

The Lunt Cafe.

Haverfordians in need of a late night snack head on over to Lunt Café, the student-run hub for grub on campus. Located in the basement of Lunt Hall (one of the three North Dorms), the café is open from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. every day, and provides the necessary sustenance to make it through long nights of studying. Along with coffee and tea, the menu includes the famous Oreogasm (a vanilla shake with Oreos), as well as nachos with guacamole and salsa, and bagel sandwiches.

Lunt Café has been in operation on and off since 1982, when it took over from the Three Seasons Café which was housed in the basement of Comfort. The café was closed for several months in 2011-12, but reopened in April 2012 after extensive renovations and upgrades.

To take a peek at the full menu, visit the website, or check out the blackboard in the photo below.

Alexis Auer '17 and Ariel Dineen '17 talk in the Lunt Cafe.

Shewit Zerai '17 prepares a sandwhich for a fellow student in Lunt Cafe.
LuntCafe007 Photos by Brad Larrison.

5 Comments

  1. Three Seasons was in Jones and was definitely in operation longer than 1982…at least thru the early 90′s. And Comfort used to house an art gallery.

  2. I lived in Jones in 1983 but don’t remember a café in the basement …

  3. I lived in Jones in 1980-81 but don’t remember a café in the basement …

  4. I remember going to the Three Seasons Cafe and art gallery in Comfort when I lived in Lunt in ’79. Good food, art and most important beautiful women to take back to my dorm for regular old fashioned mutual orgasms not oreogasms. LOL!

  5. Thanks alot for deleting my previous post. I guess no one there in your office knows how to laugh. Bah humbug to you! The 70′s at Lunt and Comfort ruled! I met my wife of 25 years there for the first time at Haverford when she graduated the same year at Bryn Mawr also in 1980, and we have 3 amazing children.

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