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Original Cozy Thai Location Gets Too Cozy

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Cozy Thai Bistro has moved into new digs at 232 S. Allen, across from the State College Borough Municipal Building after it outgrew the original location on College Ave, across from Redifer.

Penn State TV interviewed executive chef and owner Suksan Ruangpattana. He says that the move was prompted primarily by space, both inside for seating and outside for parking. We have video of the interview after the jump.

The restaurant has kept the same menu, prices, phone number, and hours. The Collegian reported last week that the old location will be transformed into a new Asian fusion restaurant, featuring dishes from Vietnam, Korea, and Thailand.

Picture via Desert Wind.

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