Atlantic 10 Conference
Basketball Championship Quick Reference Guide
Provided by the Rho Triton Alumni Association of Theta Delta Chi Fraternity
Special thanks to Dan Oshinskie- class of 86' and Bill Schwartz - class of 86', members of the A-10 Conference Championship Host Committee for preparing the reference guide.
DINING & ENTERTAINMENT
VCU PRE-GAME GATHERING
Wednesday, March 13 Vermilion480 Lexington Ave New
York, NY 10017
Join us from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Vermillion the night before the tournament opens and connect with fellow Ram fans and alumni! To register for the event, click here. Fans who have signed up for the bus trip, your reservation has been included in your bus trip package and VCU Athletics has pre-registered you for the event.
Thursday, March 14th Die Koelner
Bierhalle84 St. Marks Place Brooklyn NY
Located just three blocks from the Barclays Center, this is the official VCU Fan headquarters for all Ram fans. Meet up with your fellow Ram fans before or after the games for some food and fun!
March 15th Barclays
Center, Suite Level
All VCU Ram fans are invited to attend a pregame reception at the Barclays Center on Friday, March 15. The reception will begin two hours prior to the VCU tip-off and exact location and time is dependent on the tournament schedule.
The exact suite location and entrance requirements will be emailed to you early next week.
As the Rams advance through the tournament, pregame hospitality information and game details will be sent out immediately following the game.
There are thousands to choose from, with world class choices regardless of budget. Zagats is a reliable restaurant guide with diners providing ratings on the listed eateries.
Some Famous Manhattan bars…McSorleys (West Village), PJ Clarkes (East 50’s), Temple Bar (East Village), ESPN zone (TimesSquare), White Horse Tavern (West Village), Pete’s Tavern (Gramercy) River Café (Brooklyn Heights w/ killer Manhattan skyline view)
Map of bars near Barclays Center: CLICK HERE for options.
Editor’s Note: Following is a quick reference guide for VCU basketball fans planning the trip to Brooklyn. This is an unofficial guide, created in December 2012, from sources believed to be credible and correct. However, VCU and the author will bear no responsibility for the original, or maintained, accuracy. Opinions stated are those of the author, and may not align with individual readers sensibilities. We strongly encourage readers to make their own decisions after doing their own work, and suggest visiting online travel guides for additional information.