Snow great: Club Penguin revival as ACTUAL club in ATL


When Club Penguin left the interwebs nearly a year ago, students’ nostalgia was at an all-time high. Now, with the club’s opening in ATL, students have something to look forward to.

Tara Anastasoff, Editor-in-Chief

Following the shutdown of the popular place to “waddle around and meet new friends,” Club Penguin has announced its revival as a popular dance club to open in West Midtown this summer. Both teenagers and their younger children felt heartbroken when Club Penguin finally closed its doors on March 29, 2017.

The dance club will feature multiple areas for people to hang out and chat in. The Iceberg, an iconic staple from the website, will serve ice cold snowball drinks and offer a place for attendees to chill out in.

Excited for the Club Penguin’s grand opening, owner of COFFEE, the coffee shop next door, looks forward to the crowd of people the club will bring in.

“I definitely see the dance club being successful. People are always hanging around the coffee shop for our open mic nights, so I think Club Penguin will give them a place to dance and express themselves at all hours of the night,” COFFEE shop owner Brock Sherbert said.

Club Penguin will undoubtedly become a hit around the Atlanta area, and local lovers of nightlife and the original website look forward to the dance club’s opening.

“Sometimes Atlanta just gets so boring, I’m just tired of going to Ponce City Market. I think Club Penguin will bring a new demographic of people and really help to make the city more interesting,” Atlanta-native Patty Rockhopper said.

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