700 Mansfield Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15205
Phone: (412) 279-6300
Fax: (412) 279-4993
700 Mansfield Ave., Pittsburgh, PA, US, 15205
- Phone: (412) 279-6300
- Fax: (412) 279-4993
Bars & Cafes
This is the place to kick back, relax and down a beer. Cain's is a neighborhood bar, reminiscent of television's "Cheers." The bar is strewn with pool tables and dart boards. The kitchen serves pizzas, ribs and wings, while the bar has draft specials and microbrews. Tuesday is Ladies Night.
Georgetowne Inn is an intimate yet chic restaurant located at Grandview Avenue in Pittsburgh. The menu features sumptuous entrees which are served with hearty portions of salads and soups. The steaks are loved by most loyal patrons. The menu also features pasta, sandwiches, seafood and more. Don't forget to end your meal with the Yorkshire Pudding or any other desserts from their menu. Make sure you have a reservation for dinner as it gets busy during the evenings.
Situated in the Rivers Casino, Andrew's Steak and Seafood is an upscale restaurant that has a sophisticated ambiance. With the waterside view from the restaurant, the lighting, decor and white curtains compliment the overall feel and vibe of a high-end Steakhouse. The menu features flavorful steaks that are perfectly cooked, healthy salads, soothing soups and a variety of options from the raw bar selection. Choose one of their wines from their award-winning wine list that goes very well with your meal. Call ahead to make reservations.
Deep Mahogany furniture add a hint of period charm to the otherwise hep Red Star Tavern. The pub comprises of comfy chairs rested in a way that you can lounge around enjoying people-watching with every sip you take. Plays and concerts are yet another plus-point to this place. The U-shaped leather booth adds a touch of elegance to the place as do the stools by the bar. Though every single thing about the Red Star Tavern is upbeat, watch out on your pocket as the place is really expensive.
Hard Rock Cafe does it yet again! And this time they're rocking the city of Pittsburgh. It holds the same beauty and charm of any other Hard Rock Cafe and can as usual get a bit crowded on the weekends. But this doesn't seem to be a crowd dampener at all, in fact people throng here to have some good old fun with drinks, classic burgers and fries the good old American way. Events and performances at the Rock are always welcomed with gusto and are real crowd pullers.
Ruling the live music scene of McKees Rocks, Dead Horse unleashes a happening vibe for the late night revelers. The concert hall, which also doubles up as a bar, has been host to several heavy metal and contemporary rock bands like Raven, 3 Years Hollow and Eye Empire. On weekdays, events like jam nights, movie madness and open mic nights are held for more entertainment. Call ahead to know more.
Located next to the Grand Concourse Restaurant at Station Square, the Gandy Dancer is an upscale bar that attracts an older crowd. The restaurant features a steady flow of live music, most of which is jazz and blues bands, and there is a piano player on staff to keep the music playing. Patrons are encouraged to dance and the establishment provides opportunities to sing Karaoke. During nice weather, seating is available outdoors. The menu features American cuisine, but nothing too heavy. Happy hour is from 4:30p-6:30p daily.
Houlihan's has something for everyone: lunch, dinner, late night dining, live music or DJ, and a dance floor. The menu offers beef and chicken cooked on the wood-fired grill, sandwiches, fajitas, salads and plenty of delicious appetizers. There is a different quiche on the menu every day. Happy hour features discounts on appetizers, which can be a meal on their own. A smoking section is designated in the dining room after 5pm; before then smokers are sent to the lounge. Reservations are accepted every day, except Fridays and Saturdays.
Take a one way trip to Miami, at the Rock Jungle nightclub. Palm trees and sleek artificial waterfalls reminiscent of Miami jungles and five intoxicating bars displaying exotic animals, is what draws a major crowd out here. Although you find everyone grooving to the upbeat music, the dance-floor is spacious enough to avoid a stampede! Popular events and hip crowd, all in all, a happening jungle for party animals.
Caffe Amante is the cornerstone of Fifth Avenue Place, a retail and office complex located in downtown Pittsburgh. The restaurant specializes in Northern Italian and Continental cuisine. The owners boast about a family recipe for the Beans and Greens with Sausage. Other favorites include crab cakes, pastas and veal chops. A full-service bar and extensive wine list are also available. The restaurant will also host banquets.
This cozy and popular cafe is actually owned by a mother-daughter team. They place a real focus on customer service, so they are always cheerful and ready to help in any way, whether it be recommendations or just preparing the perfect espresso. In addition to the delicious beverages, they also offer generous portions of healthy, light food, including many vegetarian and gluten free options.
This lively and comfortable Italian restaurant is located right on Pittsburgh's Market Square. The menu is a delicious combination of classic dishes and modern twists, like the Bucatini with mozzarella stuffed veal meatballs, or any of their fantastic flatbreads. The full bar stocks a great collection of wines, and mixes up strong, tasty cocktails. Try the Agave Julep or the Rosemary Lemon Drop. They also have a great outdoor seating area right on the square.