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Rostas CafeRostas Cafe
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American | Clearfield, Central Pennsylvania

Rostas is known as “THE” Friendly Neighborhood Cafe & Tavern… “Good Food & Nice People Since 1950”, and Berlanda and Stroud plan to keep it this way

The Italian/American cuisine menu includes everything from salads to wonderful hoagies, specialty sandwiches and dinners… and of course, Rostas famous Tavern Pizza.

Rostas Café also handles banquets and catering for special events. Rostas Café is open for lunch and dinners, and has a nice patio deck with outdoor service, as weather permits, with suitable parking for its customers.
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Discover Clearfield

On the Susquehanna River's West Branch, the borough of Clearfield serves as the seat of government for Clearfield County. Local vineyards keep the restaurants stocked with wine. You can find many types of cuisine in town, and Market Street is a good place to start. With Italian cafes, burger joints, and coffee bars, this area alone can take care of all your culinary needs. Around the corner on North 2nd Street, you can get a good down-home breakfast or a filling sub. You may even get to enjoy a Pennsylvania Dutch or retro-themed diner. The neighboring roads have Mongolian barbecues and incredible beers. Don't be surprised if a truck stop or gas station restaurant turns out to be your favorite eatery!

Discover Clearfield

On the Susquehanna River's West Branch, the borough of Clearfield serves as the seat of government for Clearfield County. Local vineyards keep the restaurants stocked with wine. You can find many types of cuisine in town, and Market Street is a good place to start. With Italian cafes, burger joints, and coffee bars, this area alone can take care of all your culinary needs. Around the corner on North 2nd Street, you can get a good down-home breakfast or a filling sub. You may even get to enjoy a Pennsylvania Dutch or retro-themed diner. The neighboring roads have Mongolian barbecues and incredible beers. Don't be surprised if a truck stop or gas station restaurant turns out to be your favorite eatery!