This week, I was watching the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema (the home of The Dark Knight Rises) at the Alhambra Theater in Los Angeles, which serves as a temporary home for local community-college students who work remotely.
After a screening, I went to the bar to celebrate.
The bar is a bit pricey ($75), but it’s filled with mostly college students drinking, chatting, and talking about their experiences with the theater.
There’s a good crowd and they all seem friendly and fun.
I was a little bit nervous, but it was an interesting experience nonetheless.
The bar itself has a nice vibe and is full of old-school, classic-style beer-drinking fans.
I’m sure this is the reason why they’re so popular among the alums.
They’ve done a pretty good job making sure that alums have access to a place to go and socialize without worrying about how much it will cost.
They have a few bars in their campus area and they’re pretty cheap to rent.
However, I felt like they were just a bit more expensive than the cheaper options.
It seemed like the staff at the bar was more than happy to help with getting my drinks, but the bar seemed like it was just a little more expensive.
It seemed like they had a really friendly, helpful staff, but I felt that the staff wasn’t all that attentive or knowledgeable.
They were always on the lookout for students who need help, and I felt they weren’t as helpful as they could have been.
I ended up going with another bartender who was a bit older than me.
There were a lot of people working there and they were very nice, and she seemed really friendly.
She was definitely one of the few bartenders in the bar who I didn’t feel rushed by the experience.
If you’re looking to get a bit of a college experience, you should definitely try Alamance Community College.
If you’re just looking for a fun place to hang out with your friends and hang out in a friendly environment, I’d definitely recommend it.
But, if you’re thinking of going to a community college for an alumnus or student, I would suggest a different bar.
What do you think of the Alamancing Community College community?
Do you think it’s a place you would recommend?
Let me know in the comments below!