You can still find the photo of the 1969 Newberry Little League team on the wall, the hometown club that captured the hearts of local fans by making it to that year's World Series.
Much of the rest of the decor, lending itself to a somewhat sporting ambience, hasn't changed either at the Pig's Ear Restaurant.
But since March the business at 939 Westminister Drive, Loyalsock Township, has been under a new owner.
Justin Peterson is the new owner and operator of Pig’s Ear Pub.
Justin Peterson, 32, is the new guy stepping up to the plate.
Peterson, a graduate of South Williamsport Area High School, brings restaurant experience.
His father, Scott Peterson, a member of that '69 Newberry team, owned and operated the Kast Hotel Pub & Grill in Newberry for many years.
Pig's Ear Pub
939 Westminster Drive, Loyalsock Township
Mon. to Fri. - 4 to 10 p.m.
Sat. to Sun. - Noon to 10 p.m.
"My dad sold that last fall," he said.
Justin bought the Pig's Ear from Ben Mayer and Brian Nasdeo, who was Scott Peterson's teammate on the '69 team.
The younger Peterson spent a lot time at the Kast learning the ropes of running a bar and restaurant.
So far, he said things have gone well.
Peterson said he's restructured the menu to include an eclectic offering of sandwiches, pasta, seafood, and salads as well as "a little bit of everything."
"Our ribs on Friday nights are probably our biggest special," he said.
He caters mostly to an evening crowd, although the restaurant serves lunches during the weekend.
"On Saturdays I often have live bands," he said.
The dining rooms seats 44 people and the barroom 30.
He said his goal is to bring patrons a great dining experience and to enjoy "every aspect of their visit."
The restaurant employs nine people.
Peterson hopes to be in the restaurant business for a long time.
But he's the first to admit it's the type of enterprise that poses its share of challenges.
Hours of operation are Monday to Friday, 4 to 10 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday, noon to 10 p.m.