Best Bar restaurants nearby. Discover the best Bar food in Glenshaw. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Bar restaurants near you.. Glenshaw is a census-designated place within Shaler, Hampton, Indiana, O'Hara and Ross townships in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, United States. As of the 2010 census, it had a population of 8,981.
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4 based on 60 reviews
Blue North Restaurant is one of North Hills newest independent restaurants. Featuring a full menu of contemporary American Cuisine. Farm -to- table approach, innovative, affordable wine and cocktail list. Well known happy hour 5-7 Monday-Saturday with sel
First time at Blue North, nice atmosphere and really great food! We ordered the Filo Wrapped Brie Cheese as an appetizer. It was really good with smaller individual pieces of cheese and cherries. There were 6 of us, we got 2 orders and there was just enough. The bread and "fancy" butter were delicious! I had the Roasted Salmon, as I said before, it was delicious! Nice drink menu and the happy hour sounded good also. You must be seated at the bar, or high tables in bar area, to order happy hour drinks and small plates.Thank you so much for the review, We appreciate your comments and business!
4 based on 333 reviews
Yesterday was our first time to try Burgatory. We were looking forward to a great burger but instead we had terrible over cooked, overpriced burgers paying an extra $1.5 for each tiny toppings. We waited over an hour to get our food too! My bun was terrible! I ordered a potato bun and it was dry, crusty and flavorless. I found out afterwards it was gluten free. I would have never order it, had I been told this!
4 based on 1870 reviews
Nestled in historic Lawrenceville, The Church Brew Works offers a warm and inviting atmosphere. Enjoy our award winning handcrafted brews and "American Eclectic" cuisine! Come discover Pittsburgh's finest Brewpub and Restaurant!
We (two middle aged married couples) had the poor experience of choosing this restaurant for dinner during a recent weekend trip to Pittsburgh on Saturday September 28th. The restaurant itself is large and has an initial cool factor upon entering. That slowly faded over the course of the dining experience. The waiter (David) gave the fake outward appearance of being attentive which deteriorated after taking our orders.I ordered a draft beer which was brought to me about 20 minutes after the other's drink orders of iced tea were served. I know it comes from the bar and not the main kitchen but still... The food was mediocre including their "famous" Seven Onion Soup which we found to be watered down and lacking of its main ingredient, onions. We shared a Buffalo Cauliflower appetizer which I must say we did enjoy. I had ordered the Chicken Jambalaya and asked specifically if the dish can be made spicy hot and not just what an average person might consider as spicy. I was assured by David they can add spices to it and "I got you." To my surprise, not only was the dish served at luke-warm temperature but the means to make the dish spicier was to add Frank's Red Hot sauce which was brought to our table with the dish. I personally don't think Frank's is that hot but so be it.My wife's Shrimp and Grits were so bland and tasteless that even after seasoning she said she'd rather not consume the calories on something with unappealing taste. I won't provide the other couples opinions on their behalf but summarize that they agreed with our overall assessment of the food quality and service.During the meal I ordered another draft beer and waited again over 20 minutes for delivery. Throughout the entire dining experience, NONE of our empty plates and silverware were removed from the table. This includes the soup bowls, appetizer plates, meal plates, empty glasses, etc. David came over and brought the bill to the table. My wife wanted to try a desert so we asked that to be ordered and paid for separate from the bill that was just delivered. We had totaled our bill to include a greater than 18% tip even though the food and service was mediocre. Several times David would come over to other dining tables he served and we thought for sure he'd pick up and remove some of the empty plates.... Nope! At one point as a joke and not so subtle hint, I even neatly stacked all the empty plates and placed them on the floor next to our table to clear some space. I ended up picking them back up after 5 minutes and placed them back on the table since not a single server took notice or cared.After waiting a reasonable time for my wife's desert, I decided to get up and find out what the delay could be for a slice of cake. As I walked toward the kitchen, David approached with the cake. I mentioned that it took quite a while (25 minutes?) and we were getting ready to cancel it. I also mentioned the table was full of empty plates despite several times servicing our area. He seemed miffed and curtly said he was busy with customers and working as fast as he could. He then challenged me to talk to his manager if I was dissatisfied. So of course I took his offer to speak to his manager. He then surprisingly turned around with my wife's cake and started to return to the kitchen. Incredulously I asked him about my wife's cake order and he said his manager will deliver it and continued to walk away.Without belaboring this too much further, a few minutes later Sarah, the manager, came to our table with the cake and got a run down of the events we experienced. She expressed her apologies and mentioned she would look at our bill and see what she could do to make things right. We mentioned we're from out of town and just visiting for the weekend. As stated, we already filled out the tip and signed our meal bill when we had asked David to add the dessert separately. Sarah came back with a few Church Works beer glasses and discount coupons for future visits. She also did not charge us for the dessert. We just laughed amongst ourselves since we did not intend to advertise her establishment with the beer glasses, told her we are only visiting, not from the area and since we don't have any future plans to return to Pittsburgh, have no use of the coupons. She said maybe we can give them to someone else. Too funny.We did just that to a group of folks outside the restaurant after telling them our experience and wished them better luck.Good morning,I am so very sorry - your experience is not what we want for our guests at all. I have spoken with our General Manager and Executive Chef and they send their apologies as well. We will speak with the staff and work hard to ensure this does not happen again. I thank you for letting us know what happened and would like it if you could email me with your information whenever it is convenient.Best,Patti Terrano-GoykeThe Church Brew Works3525 Liberty AvenuePittsburgh, PA [email protected]
4 based on 18 reviews
Stopped in for a business meeting for two, this was my second visit. I like the fish sandwich, very flaky, lightly breading, and a nice fresh bread. I've been there at least twice, its my stop when visiting customers in the area. I see quite a few people dressed in work attire, so it must be a local stop at lunchtime.
4 based on 17 reviews
This is a neighbourhood restaurant. Very little few minutes from home. The biggest chicken wings in town. excellent service and the place is beautiful with a lot of tv screens and a big fireplace outside, to enjoy a cooler dinner with a great fire roaring next to you.
The atmosphere is vibrant and fun. It was loud in the bar but very fun. A couple of TVs showing sports and extremely quick service, with a smile. I would definitely come back here if nothing else for the wide beer selection and the pleasant customer service. We all ordered something different but it was all delicious with large portions. The Pork Pot Stickers provided enough for 4 to share as an appetizer with the Quesadillas. They both arrived quickly and presentation was surprisingly nice! One guest had the Cubano and loved it. One had the Asian Catfish Bites which were filling. Of course, I had the mac and cheese and too 90% of it home! It was so delicious! Parking is a bit tricky but we found a spot after a couple of loops around the lot.
4 based on 64 reviews
Stokes Grill has been around for a good while, so I decided that longevity must mean something. Between the two of us we had the Pitt Dip (their version of a French dip) and the bourbon BBQ pulled pork. While both were OK, they appeared not to have as much meat as some other restaurants. The problem with that comparison is that the buns that they use at Stokes are a good bit larger than the average bun, so the quantity of meat on the sandwiches might be equal to other places, but it is spread out to cover more area. The pulled pork was OK, nothing too special. The same was the report on the Pitt dip sandwich. They give you a choice of fries, housemade chips or cole slaw. We both had the housemade chips which, also, were OK.
4 based on 343 reviews
Another outstanding place in Bloomfield that's been here a long time. Their reputation for burgers goes far and wide, and for good reason. They serve home fries (not french fries) with the burgers, and those were really good too. It's a really fun and hopping place with lots of locals. You can feel the love.
4 based on 23 reviews
I live about 10 minutes away from Wheelfish and my wife and I go there 1-2 times a week for lunch or dinner. It is fabulous in every respect.Wonderful country decor, helpful and friendly staff, excellent beer and cocktail selection (including great craft beer rotation), and a delicious menu.The Wheelfish sweet potato fries are hand-down the best we have ever had and are something that we get a hankering for each week and keeps us coming back. Salty and crispy, with a perfect sweet honey dipping sauce that complements them perfectly. Run, don't walk to Wheelfish today and have a great meal!
3 based on 49 reviews
At this sports bar in Pittsburgh, PA you will find a relaxed, fun Italian restaurant and bar to call home. At Giovanni's Bar and Restaurant you can enjoy Italian and Mediterranean cuisine that will pair with our great selection of craft beers. Our menu in
Visited there today. New Menu, but very, very limited. I ordered a California Cobb salad with chicken. It was mostly greens, my wife ordered the chicken fajita wrap with a side salad, it was mostly greens.Based on this experience we not plan to return. I was told NPL no longer owns the restaurant/bar.
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