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Lloyd, co-owner and the distillery’s production manager, says they’ll have to use an offsite facility to store barrels eventually. For now, the red brick building that was originally part of the Pennsylvania Match Company, does a fine job of storing batches, housing the equipment to make it, and providing space for a classy tasting room complete with a long bar, comfy chairs, and a... MORE

Rotelli’s – Chef Dave Krauth
Gemelli Bakers – Chef Tony Sapia
Gigi’s Sothern Table – Chef John Clickner II
Harrison’s Wine Grill & Catering – Chef Harrison Schailey
Faccia Luna – Chefs Greenleaf & Gibboney
El Gringo – Chef Ben Stanley
Allen Street Grill – Chef Bert Burger and more!

The farmers’ market will have a tasty array of meats, cheeses,... MORE

Penn State Berkey Creamery
119 Rodney A. Erickson Food Science Building

If Beaver Stadium is the most famous destination on campus, the Creamery is not far behind. Since 1865,... MORE

BYOB (Bring Your Own Bags).

Vendors will have plastic bags on hand, but it’s always wise to come prepared with more durable reusable totes. Consider wrapping frozen items and wet produce or flowers in plastic bags, then double bagging... MORE

You can experience the Kentucky Derby in style at Brookmere Winery in Belleville on May 7 from 4-10 p.m. The winery is situated in Amish country on a beautiful estate that includes a B&B built in 1866, a repurposed barn and event pavilion. Watch the derby on the big screens while enjoying derby fare catered by local restaurant... MORE

“People have been extremely supportive of this concept, so we wanted to keep everyone abreast of the progress,” said Monica Gastiger, “We are very excited about its prospects and hope to have news to share in the near future.”

The Gastigers value the... MORE

by Matthew Manahan

Our downtown is no flashy metropolis, but there are plenty of good times to be had if you’re visiting for the weekend! As a senior here at Penn State, I know my way around town. Here are my recommendations for places to visit the next time you visit.

The Phyrst
It has been ranked amongst the best college bars by publications such as... MORE

The Nittany Lion Inn, located on campus, is Happy Valley's premier hotel experience, where comfort and quality meet Penn State tradition. They feature ... MORE

One look at downtown State College and it’s obvious that the region is in the midst of a growth spurt. Cranes tower over construction projects while new businesses are taking over vacant buildings. It’s almost hard to keep up with the news about what stores and restaurants are going where, so we’ve compiled a list of the newest businesses—and those we’re eagerly anticipating—in Happy Valley.... MORE


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