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Marzoni’s Brick Oven & Brewing Company To Open September 7

A highly-awaited restaurant and bar will finally open its doors on Thursday.

Marzoni’s Brick Oven & Brewing Company announced it would begin serving Happy Valley at 11 a.m. on Thursday, September 7, at its location at 1215 N. Atherton St.

The brewery will open in the former location of TGI Friday’s, situated between CVS and The Original Waffle Shop North. TGI Friday’s closed in September 2020 and the property remained vacant until it was announced in late 2022 that Marzoni’s would take over the space.

With a slogan of “Good Food. Good Beer. Good Times,” it should come as no surprise that Marzoni’s has seven signature craft beers that will be served at the Centre County location. Based on availability and timing, customers may also find seasonal offerings.

Along with craft beers, Marzoni’s prides itself on its brick oven pizzas. The establishment also features an extensive menu with offerings ranging from pub fare to pasta dishes. A full menu can be found here.

Marzoni’s Brick Oven & Brewing Company is a small chain based out of Altoona, Pennsylvania. The first location of the restaurant opened in 2003 in Altoona and in the past 20 years, locations have expanded to Selinsgrove, Mechanicsburg, and Duncansville. The State College location will be the company’s fifth restaurant.

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