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Penn State Campus Residential Dining Holiday Dinner

Penn State Campus Residential Dining will hold its annual holiday-themed dinner, this time with an Italian theme, on Dec. 7, 2016 at each of its dining locations on campus.

The event will be held to celebrate the holiday season as students and faculty prepare for the final days of the semester. Students and staff can enjoy a variety of traditional Italian options along with many traditional holiday seasonal treats.

Dig into some of the holiday’s most appetizing food options, such as Italian Polenta with Tomato Eggplant sauce. Be merry with the Italian Wedding soup option and add a side of Olive or Ciabatta bread. Or maybe dive into the linguine seafood entrée that is prepared with clams, calamari, and mussels.

Treat yourself to the more traditional holiday options such as Peppermint Hot Chocolate and Tiramisu. You wouldn’t want to miss the chance to win free prizes while creating unique memories over Eggnog and Gingerbread cookies with your Penn State family.

Dinner begins at 5 p.m. and ends at 8 p.m., however this varies upon dining location. For more information on the dining hall dinner hours visit http://foodservices.psu.edu/residential-dining-hours-fall-2016

Don’t miss your chance to join Penn State Campus Residential Dining in celebrating the holiday season — a wonderful way to finish 2016!

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