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Happy Valley Restaurant Week To Begin June 20

It’s the most delicious time of the year for the State College foodies.

Happy Valley Restaurant Week will kick off on Monday, June 20, and conclude on Sunday, June 26.

For one week only, more than 20 local restaurants will offer special dishes on their menus. This year, you’ll see a range of unique dishes, including smoked duck breast, a deconstructed spring roll platter, and even a “Circus Freak” buttered popcorn milkshake.

Happy Valley Restaurant Week is part of a “revamped effort to promote the amazing restaurants in Centre County” and is formerly known as Happy Valley Culinary Week.

Participating restaurants include:

  • The Field Burger & Tap
  • RE Farm Cafe
  • Hublersburg Inn
  • Webster’s Bookstore Cafe
  • Liberty Craft House
  • Mamma Lucrezias
  • State Burger Co.
  • Angelo’s Pizzeria
  • Pine Grove Hall
  • We Are Inn
  • The Corner Room
  • Bill Pickle’s Tap Room
  • Creekside at the Gamble Mill
  • Federal Taphouse
  • Allen Street Grill
  • The Cakeshop by Tati
  • Hiway Pizza (West & Downtown)
  • Central Reservation
  • URBN Flavourhaus
  • Chumley’s
  • Gigi’s Southern Table

Check out Happy Valley Restaurant Week’s website for additional information and an up-to-date list of participating restaurants.

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