21 East Tioga Street, Tunkhannock – 570-836-9540

Open Monday – Saturday at 3pm & Sunday at 12noon 


Known as Tenths in the 1920’s

Green Goose in the 1930’s & 40’s

Crandle’s from the ‘50’s – 70’s

Wagon Wheel in the 70’s- early 90’s

Beagles from the mid/late 90’s through 2014.

For decades these names have been icons in the Tunkhannock borough, local’s often recall memories of great friends, cold drinks, and good food.  And NOW it’s the YEARBOOK DINER and the BLOGG PUB & GRILL seeks to create new memories to be shared of its own.  Offering the same great service, many of those old favorite menu selections, and specials with added enhancements by 20 year kitchen manager, Melisa- a Tunkhannock staple.  She has many tasty ideas up her sleeve.

“I am typically a person/contractor that changes the look of something under cover then unveils it, however that would not be easy here as it would require closing for days on end and that will not happen…I plan to work second and third shifts for all the big stuff and will quietly in the back-round during the day, so while you will see slight changes progressing, know that I am consistently working towards the master plan/end result. My aim is creating a new and exciting place for us all. I look forward to your continued patronage!”

It is our goal to attact people from Clarks Summit to Dallas, PA and through out the area, who wish to play pool, watch sports, get together with friend.  With a casual and comfortable atmosphere, the Blogg / Yearbook seeks to be the place where people from Tunkhannock as well as LaPlume, Factoryville, Dalton, Meshoppen, Mehoopany, Laceyville, Springville, Dimmock, Montrose, Beaumont, Lake Carey, Lake Winola, Harvey’s lake and all over Northeast PA gather to simply have some plain ol’ sensible fun, relaxing and  enjoying a time together.”

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“If you wish to contact me personally or simply have some question or suggestions your email is welcome!” ~ Carlos Penedos.