We enjoy the grilled chicken sandwich before Pens games. Service and good great!
Incredible hidden gem. The food is always outstanding
Had a pleasant Valentine's Day dinner there with my wife before a show at the PPG Paints Arena. The food was excellent and the service was great; the staff were extremely friendly and courteous. Parking was easy and it's an easy walk to the Arena; a great place to go before a show or hockey game.
The Gorgonzola gnocchi was fantastic, tater tot app was very good but a little pricy for only 6 tots. The tri-tip steak was too tough to eat but they replaced with the ribeye steak and it was good.
We always enjoy our meals here, mostly stopping before going to a PENS game. The choices are excellent, both light food and full dinners. We are pleased that organic and locally sourced food are used. It actually ends up being less expensive to eat here than at PPG Arena, and you are served, and you are able to sit down. Nothing worse than trying to find a spot at PPG to STAND and eat your very expensive food. A wonderful time before a terrific game!
Wonderful menu, as always.
Great service, was very accommodating regarding dietary restrictions. Very tasty food. Adequate lunch portions.
Service was good, drinks were delicious but it was way too loud (could not talk with people at other end of table) and the food was disappointing across the board...would not recommend. Tough meat, tough local mushrooms, sauces too heavy and veg burger was not good.
Enjoyed their “Restaurant Week” special....stuffed quail wrapped with prosciutto. Delicious. Wife’s scallop entree was prepared well but bed of spaghetti squash and greens were cold.
Met friends before a Pens game. Food and service good!
Restaurant was only half full but took 35 minutes just to get a drink. Food was ok but otherwise terrible service.
Food was great, as usual. To no fault of our waitress, service was slow (which has not been the norm for our visits). The rest did not seem to be overly busy. Food was great, as usual.
This place has such potential. The supervisor was fantastic, he sat us quickly and ensured we had water. He was very friendly and was seen busing tables. But our waitress was not so great. It wasn't noisy, but I could barely hear her talking to me. It seemed like she would disappear from the dining room for extended periods of time and when she came back, she was empty handed. The only time I felt like I want looking for her was when we were eating, then she came to check on is twice.
Then the food, my wife had the risotto which she enjoyed. I had the steak, can't remember the name, but it was the cheaper of the two choices at $26. Asked for medium, and it was closer to rare, not really a problem. The steak was very chewy though and had an over-powering mushroom taste. I don't mind mushrooms, but that's all I could taste. The sides weren't anything to write home about either.
Don't think we'll go back.
Server was really good. I'm sorry that I forget her name.
As usual, the food was great. It is frustrating when requests are not honored. My wife told the waitress to put my order in, I would be there in 15 minutes. I made it there in 12 minutes. As I sat down, my wife's dinner was being served. I still had to wait another 10 minutes to get my dinner. That required me to eat fast so I woul not be late for the Pittsburgh Penguins game. Nothing comes between me and my Penguins. The waitress was nice enough. Her tip would have been bigger had my request been honored.