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The Future of Primanti’s: The Sandwiches Don’t Stop at Hershey

Primanti's plans on building a new location inside the Pittsburgh International Airport, with a design similar to the photo above. This new Primanti’s will be opening in the spring of 2019, a quick expansion with the previous Hershey one being in the fall of 2018. (Pittsburgh News)

Angelina Memmi, Layout Manager

March 14, 2019

“The Pitts-Burger” found its way to Hershey. The sandwich piles high with a burger, tomatoes, coleslaw, french fries, and melted cheese, all stuffed in between two pieces of Italian bread. This is the statement piece of Primanti Brothers, a Pittsburgh-based restaurant that recently expanded to Hersh...

A First Look into First Watch: Hershey’s Newest Restaurant

Hershey residents will soon find this First Watch sign in their town. The 3,645 sq. ft. cafe will be the newest addition to the recent Chocolate Avenue stores. (First Watch)

Angelina Memmi, Layout Manager

February 22, 2019

From breakfast classics to healthy bowls to fresh salads and sandwiches, “First Watch: The Daytime Cafe,” brings new foods and vibes to Downtown Hershey. First Watch is a California-based chain with over 250 restaurants in the United States. Their newest expansion will soon open on West Chocolate Avenue, and is part...

Design Choices Behind the Chocolate Avenue Stores

The original design of the stores were first shown in early Feb. 2018. As Solyak said, the concept and final outcome both include the mix of stone and brick, but the finished project lost the apartments on the upper stories. (TONO Architects, via Downtown Hershey)

Angelina Memmi, Layout

November 30, 2018

Many people only see the final look of architecture, without pondering why a building looks the way it does, but a designer for the Chocolate Avenue stores uncovers the reasons and design choices behind the new addition to Downtown Hershey. Kyle Solyak, a Director of Architecture at TONO Architects, expl...

Downtown Hershey Chocolate Avenue Stores Opening Soon

Anyone driving on Chocolate Avenue have see this view of several new storefronts. These businesses, and a large parking lot behind them, will be open for every Hershey resident and tourist to enjoy. (Broadcaster/Angelina Memmi)

Angelina Memmi and Carina Sarracino

October 2, 2018

After years of their designing and revisions, the companies working on the Chocolate Avenue stores are planning to open the businesses soon. RVG Management and Development, a company focusing on retail construction, bought the undeveloped Chocolate Avenue property in October 2016 according to an article on PennLi...

One Year Later, Still Standing Strong

Pink Breast Cancer awareness Lokai bracelets, on sale at Knock Knock Boutique on October 9th 2015. The pink Lokai’s will be available until the end of October since it is the official month of Breast Cancer.

November 2, 2015

By: Madison Held After one year of being open Knock Knock Boutique is still watching success come through the door day by day. Knock Knock Boutique Located at 110 West Chocolate Avenue in Hershey, will be celebrating its first official Birthday on October 19th, 2015. Throughout the year, owner Emi...

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