Breakfast

215 Innovation Blvd, State College, Pennsylvania 16803
Enjoy breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner in style and comfort at The Gardens—a bright, cheerful restaurant with contemporary style, located right here at The Penn Stater Hotel and Conference Center. Our chefs add modern flair to classic recipes, creating dishes that are sure to become your new favorites—from roasted corn and crab cakes to potato crusted fillet of salmon to delicious salads,...
821 Cricklewood Dr., State College, Pennsylvania 16803
The owners and Chef Agustin Aranguiz are devoted to serving excellent food in comfortable surroundings. With a commitment to true hospitality, Chef Gus offers an ever‑changing menu celebrating and inspired by the best of each season. They have a piano bar, the area’s only steam bar, a sommelier and a Sunday brunch featuring a Bloody Mary bar.
125 S. Fraser Street, State College, Pennsylvania 16801
7653 Edgewater Acres Rd, Alexandria, Pennsylvania 16611
Edgewater Inn's Riverside Grill is a small, full service restaurant and bar featuring New American style food. They offer a casual menu of soups, salads, and sandwiches to quality entrees emcompassing chicken, steak, seafood, and pasta dishes.
426 E. Calder Way, State College, Pennsylvania 16801
110 East College Ave, State College, Pennsylvania 16801
421 E. Calder Way, State College, Pennsylvania 16801
525 Benner Pike, State College, Pennsylvania 16801
Family restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Features in-house bakery and children's/ senior menu.
125 S. Atherton Street, State College, Pennsylvania 16801
Tarragon offers breakfast, dinner and room service menus. Well known for its creative options, relaxing and lovely atmosphere and meals that are as delicious as they are beautiful, Tarragon is a great choice for any meal. While Tarragon boasts an elegant atmosphere, guests are encouraged to dress casually and comfortably.
4417 E Main St, Ste 5, Belleville, Pennsylvania 17004
Come enjoy breakfast, lunch and coffee in Big Valley’s best coffee shop. Grab a coffee or espresso (or one of their made from scratch bagels, sticky buns or homemade soups) before exploring Amish Country. Fair trade coffee and local art for sale.
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