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Three State College Businesses Combine To Offer Asian Cuisine, Beverages, & Groceries Under One Roof

Three new State College businesses will now offer Asian dining, beverages, and groceries from a downtown location at 320 E. College Ave.

Mr. Wish, Hibachi Express, and Aone Mart opened their new location at the site of the former Metro clothing store.

Mr. Wish originated in Taiwan and has nine locations throughout the United States. It offers different types of bubble, fruit, and brewed tea.

Hibachi Express offers a selection of Japanese-inspired steak, shrimp, salmon, chicken, tofu, and vegetarian hibachi entrees, as well as sushi, Japanese noodles, fried rice dishes, and appetizers.

The restaurant’s menu can be found on the Hibachi Express website.

Aone Mart, an Asian market, sells groceries, produce, meats, snacks, ramen, and more.

Each of the businesses is open from 10:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. daily.

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