I reached for the buttons on either side of the pinball machine, and the decades melted away as I was transported back to a game room at Nathan's restaurant in Yonkers, N.Y. Whenever my family went there for dinner, my brothers and I would beg for dimes (is it possible that we used dimes?) to play pinball after we ate.Yestercades, a pinball parlor in Red Bank, N.J., will satisfy the pinball nostalgia of anyone who grew up in the 1960s and '70s, that idyllic time before personal devices and video games took over our lives. The only way to play these games was in large public rooms amid the flashing lights and the din.But Red Bank is much more than pinball. This eclectic town, where William Count Basie grew up, has more than 70 hangouts and shops selling items both retro and fashion-forward. Even the many foods vary from nouvelle to throwback. Two theaters provide live entertainment, and other venues offer ways for adults and children both to play. Perhaps even with each other.