When I was 22 years old I went to what was called Pete's Cafe at the time to participate in the Guinness Toast for the Guinness Book of World Records - everyone to toast a pint of Guinness around the world at exactly the same time. Back then the place looked a lot different than it does now - different time, different owners.
When my fiance and I were getting ready to move we had hoped for a place that we could call our neighborhood bar and we have found that at Pete's Olde Towne Bar & Grill. The first time we went was for dinner and drinks before a movie. Staff greeted us warmly at the door and we noticed how clean and updated everything looked. Service was excellent, food was great as was the drink selection and prices. We had a friend with us from out of town who also commented on how enjoyable everything was.
We decided to return for my soon to be brother-in-law's birthday and when we walked in it was quite crowded but even still we received a warm greeting, there was great music playing and we sat at the bar. Service at the bar was fantastic the entire time we were there and we interacted with more of the staff who again proved to be warm, accomodating, and genuinely friendly.
Returned to Pete's for a date night and another item we took notice to was a plaque behind the bar that states "No loud or Profane language or you will be asked to leave" - it was really nice to see that in a smaller venue - that ensures that we will always have a good time there and be able to hear each other talk where as a lot of other places you may frequent can get too loud and rowdy.
I highly recommend you check out Pete's Olde Towne Bar & Grill if you haven't got a chance to yet. You will enjoy the same things I have: friendly and attentive staff, great food, drinks, and overall good times!!!
My name is Christy and I moved to the West Shore ten years ago and into New Cumberland in September 2012. I really enjoy living here and getting to know the community better every day. I enjoy spending time with family, friends and my dog.