State School, Pa. — A brand new fast-food restaurant has opened in State School. Elevating Cane’s opened their doorways to prospects Tuesday, June 14, on the new location at 228 E. Market Road.
The Louisiana-based restaurant chain, identified for its hen finger meals and sauces, is situated throughout the road from Penn State College’s fundamental campus. That is the chain’s second location in Pennsylvania.
Elevating Cane’s State School location will accommodate late-night diners with prolonged night hours. The hours are Sunday by means of Thursday from 10 a.m. to midnight, and Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 a.m. Prospects might order meals by means of the cell app. Dine-in is obtainable, in addition to takeout choices.
“This Group is so passionate and rallies collectively in philanthropy and assist, which brings about such a way of belonging,” stated Restaurant Chief Ryan Myers. “We’ve seen that by means of the Penn State college students and college, and locals and guests that frequent our space, and we sit up for Elevating Cane’s contributing to the high-energy of Pleased Valley.”
Elevating Cane’s was began in 1996 in Louisiana by founder Todd Graves. The restaurant’s restricted menu options hen fingers, crinkle minimize fries, coleslaw, Texas toast and a signature Cane’s sauce which is described as “tangy with just a little little bit of spice and stuffed with taste,” in keeping with the web site. The chain has opened near 700 eating places in over 35 states and Guam because it strikes to open 100 new eating places throughout 10 new markets in 2022.
“We’ve got the proper location proper on the favored E. School Avenue,” Myers stated. “We are able to’t wait to open our doorways and listen to all of the Nittany Lions roar loud for Elevating Cane’s!”