This month, greet spring with award-winning wines! Join the Susquehanna Wine Trail for $25.
Each ticket includes 10% off wine purchases at participating wineries along with a complimentary souvenir SHWT wine glass. Tickets are available at each of the participating wineries, or can be purchased online at Brown Paper Tickets at ... MORE
By Amy Shawley
Are you in search of some fresh and authentic local fare away from the hustle and bustle of downtown? Make a day of it and journey to some of Centre County’s fine coffee houses, cafes and restaurants just a short drive away from downtown State College for a chance to explore the local area and enjoy great food and the local surrounding community.
By Holly Swanson
The State College area is experiencing a lot of growth with the development of the downtown Fraser Centre and other multi-use buildings. Here’s a rundown of the most recent restaurant openings and what we can expect in coming months.
My My Chicken
536 Westerly Parkway, State College
It doesn't get any fresher (or more delicious) than this! Bee Tree Berry Farm in Bellefonte is a u-pick berry farm where you can pick your own sustainably produced strawberries, raspberries, blackberries and blueberries and even pumpkins!
Their season starts in June with juicy strawberries and continues with blueberries and raspberries with still more late season strawberries,... MORE
Springtime in Happy Valley—the birds come back, flowers bloom and we’re finally able to comfortably enjoy the outdoors again. It’s a time when we celebrate weddings and graduations. It’s also the time when one of Happy Valley’s greatest traditions takes place—the Blue-White Game.
The State College area provides a beautiful natural backdrop for any event, and your catering options are... MORE
Elk Creek Cafe and Aleworks was local a long time before it was trendy. Since 2007, this Rooted-in-Millheim cafe has had strong ties to their community, and local farms. It's a place where the atmosphere is warm and personal, and artists, musicians, farmers, hipsters and craftsmen gather together to enjoying great beer, great food, and great conversation.
They are committed to fresh,... MORE
By Melissa Bradley
State College restaurants are taking advantage of the abundant harvest in their own backyard. The result? High quality food with major health benefits. Now is the time to renew those New Year’s resolutions and commit to lifestyle improvements. Fortunately, no sacrifices will be required in the taste department.
In downtown State... MORE
By Cara Aungst
I grew up in the heart of Amish country. It's a place where eating well is hard work. You pick the corn you eat (and shuck it, and steam it, and cut it off the cob for that matter, but I digress). We picked raspberries in the dead of summer in someone's back pasture. It was a time when words like pesticide-free, heirloom, organic, whole wheat and local were not cool, and... MORE
Take a Walking Tour and enjoy Downtown's best eats!
By Melissa Bradley
Yea, though I walk through the Valley of Happy,
I shall fear no hunger. . .
—preached from the steps of the Willard Building
Ditch your ride in the parking garage and gear up for a downtown walking tour that will spin your taste buds around the world.
For a bit of... MORE