New York December 07, 2018
There’s a Beatles-Themed Restaurant In New York And It’s Everything You Could Hope For
When you find yourself in one of New York’s small towns and you’re suddenly hungry, it’s usually a safe bet to start exploring areas like Main Street. Leading you to delicious restaurants that will quench your hunger, it can be the most unassuming places to eat in our state that will end up giving us the most delicious meals. Reminding you to never judge a book by its cover, find out what’s waiting for you at this one Beatles-themed restaurant in Erie County.
Tucked away within a plaza on Main Street, don't let the exterior of Penny Lane Cafe fool you into thinking there's anything other than a funky dining experience waiting for you inside.
Owned and created by local artist Anne Valby, you'll find your eyes scanning everywhere from the floors to the ceilings of this restaurant once you step foot in here.
Inside Penny Lane Cafe, you'll find unique little tributes to the Beatles, like the fact that every barstool's labeled with a band members name on the back of it...
...and plenty of fun-loving hippie decor like the beautiful artwork that's all throughout the restaurant.
Throughout the week you can even catch local bands performing on stage in front of Penny Lane's bus for all to see.
But now onto our favorite part of Penny Lane Cafe — the food!
Whether you choose to grab a bite to eat at the bartop that's decorated in pennies or decide to sit at a table, it's always a smart idea to order from Penny Lane Cafe's menu.
Offering up a little bit of everything, you can order burgers, quesadillas, Beef on Weck, piano pizzas, sandwiches, and other savory dishes.
But if you're smart, you'll save room for dessert because this restaurant serves amazingly sweet desserts and tasty milkshakes.
Penny Lane Cafe is located at 10255 Main St., Clarence, New York 14031 and is open on Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., Thursday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 12 a.m., and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for brunch. To find out more about the restaurant and to view their menus,
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