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Late-Night Food Stop Chick 2 To Replace Mamma Mia’s

There’s a new late-night (read: drunk) food stop in State College, and it involves a whole lot of chicken and New York-style street food.

Chick 2 is taking the place of what was previously Mamma Mia’s Italian Restaurant on College Avenue, which closed its doors in April for good. However, the food Chick 2 is bringing to the marketplace of downtown grub isn’t something we’ve never seen before.

Green Bowl owner Pan has been running Chick 2 as a subsidiary within his restaurant for the past two years. According to Pan, the Chick 2 menu options did so well on GrubHub that it inspired him to open up a new location downtown.

Consequently, the New York-style street food will no longer be offered as an option on the Green Bowl menu, but rather under the Chick 2 menu instead.

“I try to keep the price low, but also give them a lot of chicken and rice,” Pan said. “No matter what the situation, people can have that simple and traditional food.”

Pan hopes to open the doors of Chick 2 this Thursday, August 29. Location hours will run from 11 a.m. to 12 a.m. Sunday-Wednesday and from 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. on Thursday-Saturday.

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