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[Photo Story] A Look At State College’s New Mr. Wish, Hibachi Express, & Aone Mart

Mr. Wish, Hibachi Express, and Aone Mart recently opened at 320 E. College Ave. at the former location of Metro clothing store. Together, the three stores unite under one roof to provide an experience that’s unique within the borough.

Mr. Wish is originally based out of Taiwan and has locations in nine states, including more than a dozen in Pennsylvania. Mr. Wish offers many different types of bubble, fruit, milk, and brewed teas, as well as smoothies.

Hibachi Express offers Japanese fried rice, noodles, soups, and other appetizers.

Beyond the two restaurants is Aone Mart, where you can buy groceries such as produce, milk, and meats. It also offers toiletries and various Asian snacks.

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Shannon Smith

Shannon is a sophomore majoring in advertising and minoring in DMTA and sports studies. She is a part of the Onward State visual staff and a contributor for Onward States's podcast, Podward State. She is from Long Island, New York and is a die-hard New York Giants fan. To send her your favorite TikTok dance, follow @shann_smith31 on Twitter or @shannon_smith31 on Instagram.

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