By Anonymous (not verified) on May 09, 2017
What does downtown State College look like with 46,000 undergrads gone? Fun! Enjoy easy parking and low wait times at some of your favorite downtown eateries. So where should you go? Here are some ideas!
By Jessica Hallman on October 10, 2016
Thanks to Penn State attracting students and faculty from around the globe, you don’t have to go far to find authentic ethnic food in Happy Valley. Whether you’ve got a craving for a particular cuisine or want to try something for the first time, there are plenty of options in Happy Valley to taste different foods from around the world.
Kimchi Korean Restaurant
By Cara Aungst on September 22, 2016
Kimchi Korean Restaurant's mission is simple: to delight customers with their creativity, quality and exceptional value. Since opening in 2006, Kimchi (aptly named after the spicy fermented cabbage dish) has served up the best in traditional and contemporary Korean dishes. Choose from grilled dishes, special dishes, rice dishes, vegetable dishes, noodles, stew and soup – all made with fresh ethnic ingredients.
By Jessica Hallman on September 19, 2016
Is being a vegetarian a big missed steak? All joking aside, sometimes it’s hard to find a decent meatless meal when you go out to eat. Puny salads, stand aside. Whether you’re a hard core vegetarian or vegan, or prefer to skip the meat every now and then, Happy Valley restaurants serve up some pretty fantastic and hearty meatless meals. Here are a few of our favorite places to find them…
Otto’s Pub and Brewery