Author: Catie Simpson
Having never been to an IHOP before, I awaited it’s arrival to dear old State College with apprehension and excitement. After push back upon push back it seemed like we were doomed to be IHOP-less forever. But then suddenly, and without warning, “poof”. It appeared.
State College seems to have a limitless array of Asian cuisine: Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, Thai, the list goes on. So it may not cause a big stir whenever a new restaurant serving Pan-Asian inspired food opens it doors. But Happy Valley’s newest Chinese restaurant “100 Degree Hot Pot” should not remain unnoticed.
The Happy Valley Brewing Company opened around a month ago, and are now finally offering their own beers. We were impressed the last time we went, but no review can be complete without sampling a micro brewery’s hand crafted beer. Fellow writer Steve and I took it upon ourselves to do some hard hitting journalism, and we recently traveled to the HVBC to taste their new selection.
It’s that time of year again, the time where the Hotel Restaurant and Institutional Management majors serve up some delicious food via their creative theme dinners. Last nights dinner, titled Spirited Food, aimed to create “beer, wine, and spirit infused cuisine.” Not ones to pass up on a good meal (especially one with alcohol in the title) myself as well as staff writer Steve Boyle and newly poached Black Sheep writer Noel Purcell, took it upon ourselves to treat ourselves while serving up our own review.
November 22 marked a momentous occasion in Penn State’s online information community, as the Board of Trustees formally approved the transition to a new student software: LionPATH.
Want to host a Thanksgiving for all your friends? Check out our college-proof guide to a delicious meal.
November 4th marked the kick-off of this year’s PSU-MSU Blood Donor Challenge. The American Red Cross is giving us Nittany Lions yet another chance to kick Michigan’s ass (albeit off the field) and for a good cause!