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Irving’s is a family-run bakery and cafe located directly across from Old Main at 110 E. College Avenue. The cafe is one of my favorite places to study – good coffee, free wi-fi, and lots of seating. The food is also top notch (I’ve heard that the special holiday turkey sandwich they are serving right now is excellent).

Irving’s was also one of the first State College businesses to embrace social media. You can follow them on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook.

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Creator of @OnwardState. Big fan of sweaters.

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