THIS WEEK, through June 27, diners can visit more than 20 restaurants on the list to seek out new flavors, like the Beef Heart Tostada at new kid on the block Pine Grove Hall. Chef Tory Glossner’s love of local sourcing and bringing global flavors to the plate led him to create this dish that he says is perfect for crunching on the patio while drinking a beer (also local, of course).
For those with a sweet tooth, State Burger Co. went all out on its HVRW dish, creating a milkshake special called the Coco Berry Breeze. A coconut strawberry milkshake is topped with a piece of coconut cake and a lemon cake ball for a decadent but refreshing summertime treat.
Eaters might also want to check out places they haven’t been for a while, like The Corner Room, which, along with sister restaurants the Allen Street Grill, Chumley’s and Bill Pickle’s Taproom, are under new management and completely renovated. For a serious taste of summer, check out the Cod and Shrimp Cakes with summer squash salsa and green goddess sauce.
Get Hungry, Happy Valley!
-- The Happy Valley Adventure Bureau
To see what else is on the menu this #hvrw2021, check out happyvalleyrestaurantweek.com or follow @happyvalleyrestaurantweek on Facebook and Instagram. And when you go out to eat June 21-27, tag us in your post of what made you #happyvalleyhungry!
Central PA 4th Fest has celebrated our nation’s birthday in Centre County since 1927. In 2020, Central PA 4th Fest WILL BE celebrating Independence Day in Happy Valley, albeit a little bit differently.
There is no shortage of cozy, local coffee shops for Happy Valley to enjoy. Whether you’re strolling the streets of downtown, dropping in on your way to work or sharing a leisurely Saturday morning with a friend, you’ll have plenty of cafes to choose from!
There are so many opportunities for places to visit, sights to see, food to eat, and teams to cheer-on in Happy Valley. As a visitor, exploring the many opportunities the valley has to offer means having to come for more than just one trip. To help plan your next trip to Happy Valley, we wrote the “must do’s” for each season.
The Happy Valley Adventure Bureau cannot stress enough that we believe in responsible and safe travel. We do encourage visitors planning business or leisure travel to Happy Valley to refer to the following resources for reliable information and updates regarding COVID-19. Please keep in mind that some articles on this blog were written in a different age pre-virus. Please refer to the individual business websites for current status and hours available. HVAB links to business and other appropriate pages at every opportunity.