Sources report that in January, the Ratty’s addition of white tablecloths to many tables provided a finishing touch to the establishment’s sumptuous, bespoke dining experience.
“When I head to the Ratty, I expect to be wined and dined,” said Henry Covington ’23. “Not everyone gets to enjoy a Michelin-star-equivalent meal for just one $8.50 meal swipe. The exquisitely woven tablecloths were like the cherry on top of my Ratty dinners.”
“A plate laden with Mac Attack pizza deserves more than say, the bare, sticky wood of a V-Dub table,” added Covington. “And throughout the day, the accumulating stains on the cloths served as little reminders of how much other patrons enjoy the Ratty’s culinary offerings.”
“At the Sharpe Refectory, food isn’t just about the taste. It’s about the experience,” said Ratty Director of Arts and Culture Jacques Bernard. “My intention is that students savor each course, perhaps beginning their meal with an amuse-bouche of Raisin Bran, and ending it with a bowl of refreshing soft-serve.”
At press time, the Ratty was accepting reservations for parties of five or greater.