The Nittany Lion Inn that opened for business on May 5, 1931, offered basic lodging and hearty fare in its dining room. Though the rates seem low by today’s standards, some early patrons found the Inn a bit pricey. A University dean’s assistant wrote complaining of being charged a dollar per head for a breakfast meeting that included grapefruit, Kellogg’s Corn Flakes with cream, fried ham, eggs and bran muffins. The father of the bride at the first known wedding at the Inn—in 1933—balked at the $100 bill for the reception. Just a year after opening, the Inn lowered many of its prices, some by as much as half.Information courtesy of Alumni Insider
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