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About bellfarm Kitchen/Bar
bellfarm Kitchen | Bar provides travelers and locals with a locally sourced dining experience. This contemporary restaurant at Pittsburgh Airport sources from more than two dozen farms, distilleries and purveyors throughout the area with hormone-free meats, organic produce and high-quality craft beer and spirits.
Seasonal menus provide diners with robust flavor combinations like the signature in house cured and smoked porkbelly quesadilla served with cilantro pesto aioli. bellfarm Kitchen | Bar partners with family farms to bring in grass-fed Black Angus beef tenderloin and seasonal vegetables to create a sumptuous all-natural, grass fed Black Angus burger and a house-made vegetarian burger that boasts over 10 fresh ingredients.
Pittsburgh, PA 15231
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 6:30am - 11:00am, Saturday - Sunday: 6:30am - 12:00pm
Lunch: Monday - Sunday: 11:00am - 2:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Sunday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm
Take Airport Exit
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Wheelchair Access, Wine
bellfarm Kitchen/Bar Ratings and Reviews
I really wanted to like this place. The concept of farm to table fresh was hopeful.
I ordered the special of the day, blackened snapper with asparagus and polenta. The fish appeared to have been frozen (there goes the fresh concept). The fish had a blackened crust but it was not sufficiently cooked. The hopes were quickly dashed. Very disappointed
The food was average. My husband's salad never made it to the table...we're not sure whose error that was, but our entrees arrived and we then cancelled the salad. Bread didn't get to the table until we asked for it when we received our entrees. The swordfish was a bit overcooked and the chicken tasted like it was made long before and then reheated. And when we told our server that we had two Enjoy cards to use for the four dinners, we were told that it was their policy to only accept one per table. Please....if you participate in the Enjoy program you follow their rules....you can't make up your own.
A friend and I went to bellfarm Kitchen for Easter brunch. Our server and the rest of the staff were incredibly nice and professional. The food was top-notch and I was concerned the place would be too snooty. The staff was not only attentive, but created a warmth I would not have guessed from the decor. Located at the airport but they provide you with a generous parking discount. At just under two hours, we did not have to pay.
We were at the hotel for an event for 4 days & 3 nights and not being familiar with the area meant most of our meals were eaten at the hotel and the food was fantastic. I have an odd allergy to black pepper and often chef's will not season anything but all my meals were delicious. Service was top notch. Best Calamari we've ever had and we are a bit picky when it comes to Calamari since we order it everyplace we go and it is on the menu!
This is a great place to meet for a meal when one or all of the parties have flights to catch. The food is good and the service outstanding and friendly. It is not crowded and there is plenty of space to talk business without having to whisper. The restaurant is modern and relaxing with great natural light.
I was pleasantly surprised with the delicious fresh foods on the menu. Paul the manager told about the vegetables that are grown on site. I had the most delicious salmon treated with a light garlic glaze. Lots of menu options with portion sized available. Bellfarm is not hard to find but to get there you have to circle around by the airport. Staff is friendly and efficient in delivering a tasty hot meal. I will be making a return trip.
Convenient meeting location at the airport based on their being attached to Pittsburgh airport and in the hotel. I suggest this for any travelers that require meetings near the airport to help with short windows of time between flights. Quiet and easy to have conversations along with good quality food at a reasonable hotel price. Hi would have expected a higher cost as most hotel restaurants overcharge and this did not seem to be the case.
Extremely busy but since I had reservations took us right away. Here for business and only restaurant at hotel. Food was very good although somewhat pricey for average traveler. Despite being busy, server was very pleasant and acknowledged hectic schedule. Calamari very good!
We look forward to dining at Bell Farms Restaurant whenever we stay at the Pittsburgh Airport Hyatt. The food has been consistently excellent for the 10 plus years we've eaten there. The food is excellent. I've enjoyed seafood, chicken, steaks and vegetarian dishes over the years. The standards are high, and the ambiance is comfortable and inviting.
We had a reservation though Open Table (obviously) but I got the impression we were the only ones who actually HAD a reservation! The hostess looked surprised anyone even thought to make a reservation.
They had to set up a table for us and then we waited, and waited, and waited for our food. I think we waited for ~45 minutes and most of us ordered hamburgers. No one ordered anything that would have taken a long time to cook.
While the soup was good (when it finally came), it was lukewarm.
When I finally got my burger, I was disapointed. I'm used to paying a higher price in a hotel restaurant, but $17 for the burger I got was just too much, and this was in Pittsburgh (not known for high prices!) The women at the table next to me also ordered burgers and theirs were HUGE! Mine was the smallest burger served in the restaurant and looked to be half the size of the other patrons. Plus, there were almost no condiments on it. So I had a dry burger with a wimpy bun. At least the fries were good.
To compensate us for the lengthy wait, the waitress could not have been nicer, and did comp us a couple bottles of beer. That was nice and much appreciated.
Who knew that located within an airport hotel would be one of the best restaurants in Pittsburgh? We took my mother there for lunch for her birthday because she didn't want to go downtown. Newly renovated in modern retro, this restaurant did not disappoint. Everything that we ate was great-From the white bean and escarole soup to the kitchen made corned beef . Highly recommended.
The ravioli was supposed to be in a creamy pesto and roasted tomato sauce. Instead, it was bathed in oil and few tomatoes. There was some dried green herb sprinkled on top which was perhaps considered to be the pesto part of the sauce. There was no cream sauce whatsoever. Just a lot of oil.
The Amish chicken was overlooked and dry.
Very disappointing experience.
The decor of the resturant is beautiful!!! I love the new color scheme!!!! The service was outstanding!!! Stacy was our server and she did a was amazing job!!! The greeting from the hostess was a plus as well.
The wait for our lunch was not a good experience!!! It took at least 25-30 minutes. Not good when our lunch is 45 minutes. Once our lunch was finally served, myself and my co-workers burgers were well done instead of medium. Mark the manager reimbursed us our money. The quality of the meat was really good.....wish my burger was done as ordered. :( They appear to be under staffed. There were servers rushing around like crazy!!!! It looked a little chaotic.
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