50's Grill accentuates the restaurant with posters, newspapers, artists, actors and products from the 50's. Staff members are dressed like the people from the fifties and the food doesn't disappoint the fifties either. It is a very intimate and settle environment. In their meatloaf, it is made with simple ingredients and their own specialty gravy, however it is on the dry side. The hamburgers are also a good choice to go with. The toss salad is so fresh and crisp here, it is what keeps me going back, honestly! The most expensive meal runs up to $12. This place is an attraction for older people but they are also very welcome to younger people.