Raunchy, try Pig Pen's, Pitcher's or Mezza Luna instead!!!
Have to set the record straight, I know the place since they only served in the cellar (read since the 1960's) and only sold chips and pretzels along with the beer.
The other well meaning comments hark back to a much better, earlier time in the history of this place. Today, it's honestly hit or miss with your experience at this place.
A formerly great place founded by former owner, Donald Stahley, Sr. (who made himself a respected person within the community, as well as a millionaire by providing outstanding customer service in this establishment.)
The place has since been taken over by his children and their children and so on. They all grew up working there and save one, their attitudes really show it. They're solely in it for the money and the "prestige" they think it comes with.
Reliable-source rumor has it they want to sell and people who knew the place "back in the day" understand why, read on.
The first in the area to call themselves a "Sports Bar". Fact is (by chefs and old customers alike), it's not anywhere close to the real definition of the phrase.
Not unless you consider nearly wall to wall TV's, a few sports themed neon lights and beer advertisements a sports bar. Nothing about their two old pool tables makes it any different than its former theme, a country western bar.
As in its country western days, these days it's all about cheap food and beer, but other than the clams, you could do better by buying frozen at the supermarket. Trashy people, informal service and Daryl, the bar manager (Don Sr.'s youngest) is a jerk. He's gotta be up there with the lousiest bartenders and bar managers in the state.
If you haven't already gotten the picture, the place is NEPOTISTIC to the hilt and if you're not family, they tend to play favorites. Some feel it's still very much a redneck bar, but you'll find much cultural diversity within the place. Perhaps too much.
If you're road tripping it, it's a great place to take screaming, rambunctious, unruly kids. Should they dump their drink and/or throw all their spaghetti all around, you'll hardly notice with all the calamity that goes on in there nightly. Though I'd recommend a better time to take children is before about 4 p.m., after that it's one huge "Happy Hour" until about 10:30 or 11:30 p.m. Everyone knows, once the kitchen closes for the night, with a personality like Daryl behind the bar, the place becomes a ghost town.
Otherwise, if a true sports theme is what you're after, try Pitcher's. Or, try Pig Pen's for daytime entertainment of children or drinking age nightlife, underage are removed by 10:30 or 11 p.m.. Mezza Luna has better food and atmosphere and is also sporty and musical.
They all may cost a little more, but at least you're treated in a friendly manner, while experiencing far better food and atmosphere at each.
Like this raunchy dump, they're all non-smoking too.