Found this eatery on line, looked like a place we could watch the Penn State game on TV. GPS could not seem to take us to the correct location. We found a fire house where we asked for help. The folks there agreed that it was hard to explain the directions due to one way streets and volunteered to drive ahead of us to the site. We must say we were impressed with the hospitality of a woman who was attending a birthday party at the fire house! The Retro Eatery is decorated with a black and white tile floor, red furniture, very pleasing. We were interested in watching "the game" and there were many TV screens to do that but also old TV shows for those not into sports. Our server seemed new and unsure of several of our questions but he sought out the answers. He seemed distracted by watching the game himself. I ordered Bruchetta Chicken which came out lukewarm. The flavor was good but greatly impaired by not being served hot. Chicken in the dish was dry. My husband had Bourbon Whiskey NY strip steak. It also was not hot and the potatoes seemed very greasy. A friend had a fried fish dish which he did not complain about. Also another friend had NY stripe steak which was lukewarm. We shared a hot fudge sundae which was good. Cute restaurant but needs help on serving food hot. They had a sign outside BYOB.
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