“a true Clemson tradition”
The Esso Club and Clemson tradition are practically synonymous. The business and the building that shelters it hold a very special place in so many hearts. At the beginning of any year when it is cold you will see the many regulars enjoying a cold beer and reminiscing about past years. As basketball season approaches the fan base grows just a little to those who will be walking up to Littlejohn to cheer on their Tigers. When the weather begins to get warm students and professors alike journey down to enjoy and drink and good company on the deck. Baseball season brings in more fans before and after the games. Although summer sends many of the students back home, summer school student s enjoy one of our newest traditions, “Mexi Monday”(started by Ron Lee in the late 90s.) After summer, well of course there is football season, and The Esso Club needs no introduction for this. Almost every Clemson fan and many of the visiting team’s fans can be found catching the scores, mingling, listening to the bands that we have outside, or just having a great time. So, if you don’t believe us come down and see The Esso Club for yourself. Enjoy the panoramic view of both Littlejohn and Death Valley. Check out the hats signed by Tim Allen, Rodney Carrington, Dick Vitale, and Brent Musberger, among many others. Be sure to take a look around at the museum it had become. The walls are covered with pictures and articles, and although The Esso Club has been through some changes, it has not lost its mystique or quaint charm.
You haven't really experienced Clemson if you don't take a pit stop at the Esso during a football weekend. Good food and wonderful people.
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The Esso Club
- Mon - Fri: 11:00 am - 2:00 am
- Sat: 11:00 am - 12:00 am
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