I came here on a Sunday night with a couple of friends. It's right off the turnpike and at first glance it looks the real '50s deal, although it was more or less deserted. The décor is retro but not in the least grubby. We sat in a nice corner booth. The first (and only) let-down was the selection on the table's mini jukebox - narry a '50s or '60s classic to be seen, merely the same '90s hits you see everywhere. This was a minor gripe soon remedied by a look at the cocktail list. First off: they are well priced (think $3.50 to $4). Second off: all the classics are there. Between us we ordered a whiskey sour, a Tom Collins, a Sidecar, a Manhattan, an Old Fashioned, and a White Russian. All were very competently made, and somewhat potent. The food was decent. I had a Reubens with nice (perhaps frozen?) fries. Others had veggie burgers. For desert: pie a la mode (what else?) and coffee. Both nice. Our waitress was really friendly and efficient. Would return to sample the rest of the cocktail list.
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