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Cafe 210 West

Cafe 210 West

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Cafe 210 West
210 West College Avenue
State College, PA 16801
P: 814-237-3449
W: http://www.cafe210.com

Restaurant College

Cards: Visa, MasterCard, Amex, Discover , ATM Nearby

Bar Hours

SundayCLOSED
Mon. - Sat.11:00amtil2:00am

Kitchen Hours

SundayCLOSED
Mon. - Fri.11:00amtil10:00pm
Saturday11:00amtil11:00pm
Clean
Crowd
Dance floor
Lighting
Look & Feel
Restrooms
Security
Service
Staff
Bar Size
Dance Floor Size
Dining Size
Parking
Bottled Beers
Draft Beers
Mixed Drinks
Shots
Frozen Drinks

Beverage Prices

Beer Types Domestic Import
Draft Beer Draft $2.00 $5.75
Draft Beer Bottles $2.75 $2.50
Draft Beer Pitchers $5.25 $10.75
Beer Notes:  Malt Drinks = $ 4.00
Frozen Soda Mixed Shot
Frozen

$4.00

Pop

$2.00

Mixed Drinks

$3.00

Shots

$3.00

Drink Notes:  Wine = $ 5.00

Review Staff Review: 9

Review Staff Review: 9

By: Kelly Chugg

Cafe 210 is a great place to enjoy some drinks with friends outside! With plenty of outdoor and indoor dining space, Cafe is a bar where you can enjoy some good American style food and some drinks with friends. They are popular for having a good selection of live bands at night as well as a large selection of tea pitchers. Cafe 210 is an established outdoor drinking hot spot complemented with good service.

Weekly Specials, Happy Hours & Events

Weekly Specials, Happy Hours & Events

Sunday Specials & Events $3.00 Cover

Closed Until Sunday After Spring Break

Monday Specials & Events $3.00 Cover

6.00 32oz. Sailor Jerry Pitchers, $6.00 Magic Hat Pitchers 9-11pm: 1/2 Price Drinks And Drafts

Tuesday Specials & Events $3.00 Cover

6.00 Pinnacle Vodka 32oz. Pitchers, $7.00 Sierra Nevada Pitchers 9-11pm: 1/2 Price Drinks And Drafts

Wednesday Specials & Events $3.00 Cover

2.00 Cafe Teas, $4.50 Sam Adams Seasonal 32oz. Drafts 9-11pm: 1/2 Price Drinks And Drafts

Thursday Specials & Events $3.00 Cover

7.00 Jack And Coke 32oz. Pitchers, $5.50 Bud Light Pitchers 9-11pm: 1/2 Price Drinks And Drafts

Friday Specials & Events $3.00 Cover

5.50 Yuengling Pitchers 6-8pm: 1/2 Price Drinks And Drafts

Saturday Specials & Events $3.00 Cover

6.00 Bacardi Oakheart 32oz. Pitchers, $7.00 Blue Moon Pitchers 9-11pm: 1/2 Price Drinks And Drafts

User Reviews Average User Rating: 8.5

User Reviews Average User Rating: 8.5

By: Spiffysean - Apr 19 2011 @ 02:33 AM

User's Rating: 9

**Review Disclaimer - I am the lead singer of the band "Walk of Shame" and the band recently played a show at Cafe 210**

When I first thought about playing at State College, Cafe 210 was one of the three bars that I circled on my list to really work on to get Walk of Shame in there. The bar has an amazing reputation as one of, if not the premier live music venue in State College.

Let me ramble on here a bit: Barsmart is based out of Pittsburgh, PA, which has a VASTLY different attitude on live entertainment. State College has ALWAYS embraced live bands, and quite frankly does it better than any other college town that I've played in. Walk of Shame has played at just about every college within 150 miles of Pittsburgh.

The venue has one of the nicest patios in State College, and when the weather is nice, it's usually filled with PSU's "beautiful people". The drink prices are standard college-bar - Cheap beer (Miller and Coors) pitchers around $5.50 each, Jagerbombs were only 4 bucks, Bacardi pitchers were $6 bucks.

Just about every bar at PSU charges a cover, so it's never an issue. We've played at schools where patrons seriously complain about paying a 3 dollar cover. As such, bar owners then get uneasy about charging one. I'd say for insane drink specials and consistently good entertainment - both of which Cafe 210 provides, it's a no brainer.

Bathrooms weren't great, but it's a college bar at the heart of it all, so the expectations weren't high. Great ambiance with all of the "bar tour" graffiti on the walls make you realize the history that Cafe 210 has. Great pictures of other great bands that have played at Cafe 210 are on the walls. The food was pretty good - I had a Philly Cheesesteak (which they actually offered the right way, "wit" and all) which was solid.

We had a pretty good show there. The fine folks from Barsmart.com were in the house, and had some awesome beer koozie's to pass out to the crowd. They went through 200 of them in about 30 minutes. The energy never really left during the night - the crowd was easy to work, very receptive and interactive with the music, and partied right.

Like I said - you've got three bars up there that as someone who has live entertainment at the top of my agenda have to be checked out: Cafe 210, The Saloon, and The Skeller. The Skeller is a dungeon, and Cafe 210 offers a great stage, amazing in-house sound, and a great environment to party.

By: VICTORY - Aug 30 2010 @ 08:40 PM

User's Rating: 8

Cafe 210 is awesome. The front patio of the Cafe is the best place to sit outside for drinks in State College and the first part of the place to fill up in nice weather. The Cafe seemed to big a huge hit last weekend since the weather was so nice. I am hoping the weather stays nice all week so I can sit out on the porch and have some more the their infamous Long Island Iced Teas.

By: Daby03 - Aug 29 2010 @ 10:50 PM

User's Rating: 8

Easily one of the best bars in State College on a nice day. They have outdoor areas in the front and back with plenty of seating or standing room. They have a huge stage with a lot of room for dancing/sitting around watching the bands. The back is more fun and the front has more televisions for games or eating. The place is always packed on nice nights. The food is great espcially the 5.00 clems bbq deal. The staff is friendly. All around good place. Open all the time basically. Line can get a little long but worth the wait.

By: Aaw5063 - Jul 24 2010 @ 06:12 PM

User's Rating: 9

I was last in State College for Arts Fest the weekend of July 10, and of course I had to go to Cafe 210 West. I got to the bar around 10am with 15 friends. I love Cafe because it is so large and can accommodate a group that size. There is a covered porch out front that faces College Ave., three separate areas inside including a seating area, the bar, and a room with a stage, and out back there is a deck and a lower seating area with another bar. Service was very fast even though the place was packed. My group sat on the front porch where you can smoke and they do not mind if you rearrange the tables. I strongly recommend the skillet fries and peach long island iced teas.

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