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“The New G-Man” to Open Thursday

Fear not, bros. You and your Sperrys are welcome at G-Man again.

Since the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board suspended the Gingerbread Man’s liquor license three weeks ago, Penn State bros have been in mourning, wondering where they will spend their nights once they return to State College in the fall.  Monday night’s announcement should answer the prayers of quite a few students who make G-Man their nightspot during the school year.

G-Man wrote on its Facebook page that the establishment would be open this Thursday with new menu items and specials.

“G-Man coming back to action this Thursday. Come down an see the new menu items and specials. We’re back and ready to Rock this year!”

This follows the announcement that the bar and restaurant will open in August under new ownership.

Although the new owner promises to keep the traditions of the establishment alive, only time will tell whether G-Man will return to its former glory.

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Jessica Tully

Jessica Tully is a first-year law student at Penn State's Dickinson School of Law. She graduated in May 2014 with degrees in journalism and political science.

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