About Atria's - Mt. Lebanon
Welcome to Atria's! We pride ourselves on offering a unique combination of entrees that are prepared fresh daily. Our entrees are prepared using the freshest ingredients sourced from local farms. For over half a century, people have made Atria's their very own Pittsburgh neighborhood restaurant. Come and see what makes us different!
Mount Lebanon, PA 15216
American, Italian, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Daily: 11:00am - 3:00pm
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 3:00pm - 10:0pm, Friday & Saturday: 3:00pm - 11:00pm
$30 and under
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Don't forget... every Thursday is Martini Day. Enjoy Atria's hand picked selection of martinis all day every Thursday for only $5.
We cater anything from a backyard BBQ grill, to full service, high end weddings and corporate events. Our expertise in catering, over 14 years in the making, allows us to offer a complete line of services to fill your every catering need. Our experienced Chef and Catering Director will guide you through your planning and make sure your event is a delicious success! For more information, contact us at email@example.com.
Private Party Facilities:
We have several rooms that can accommodate parties up to 20 and a large room (located upstairs, no elevator) that holds up to 40.
Private Party Contact:
David Frost: (412) 343-2411
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Atria's - Mt. Lebanon Ratings and Reviews
We were seated in the small side dining room. It was lit like a cafeteria so there was no need for the unlit candle on my table. Our waitress was very sweet, but had to go find out what the soup of the day was then had to go find out what the fresh catch was only to be told there was no fresh catch today. She brought the wrong beer and customer sitting behind us wanted the hockey game on over my head so that was fun. Needless to say my Anniversary dinner was an embarrassing bust.
As usual the food was very good, and one of the dinner features for the night was exceptional. The service has been very consistent, and we have been going to this particular Atria's restaurant for well over 15 years. However the low rating for ambiance was the fact that we were seated in an upstairs back room mostly surrounded by glass, against the glass doors which continued to flex from the wind, as both the wind and rain were heavy this particular evening. The doors were merely secured with what appeared to be chain around the handles, allowing the doors to continue to flex, bringing in cooler air and hitting the end of the table and one of the chairs at which we were seated. The hostess who sat us seem ill-concerned when we raised the issue, and while our server made an attempt to try to fix it, it was in vain. There were no other tables available at the time, which made this annoying throughout what was a very good dinner on all the other aspects. A little maintenance and the problem could have been avoided. This impacted at least two tables.
We attended a Tuesday late lunch which features their 20th anniversary menu and special entree at Mt. Lebanon. This Tuesday the chef featured grilled meatloaf barbecued sauce with mashed redskins on top of thin onion rings with a cornbread on the side. Deliciously comforting food and copious and it was accompanied with a Stella Artois beer. We sat at booths in the cozy bar area. Becky is the best waitress. Valet parking service too.
We love the Mount Lebanon location. The staff is very friendly, accommodating and respectful to the customers (can't say that for the Peter's Location) and that is why we always choose this location. The food is always amazing and I love the charm if the old building. We will be back to this location, always.
Date night-- we haven't had many of these over the years with 3 kids. Normally love Atria's. We caught them on a bad night. The waitress was sweet, but we were her only table in our seating area. I assume she had other tables in another area because she would infrequently show up. We waited a long time. Fried zucchini was over-cooked-- very dark (but she did bring two more pieces that showed up about 10 minutes after the original stuff did). The restaurant knew the issue, because the waitress did say that the manager would comp the zucchini. I should have just sent it back. This part of the restaurant was very cold as well. Most people ate with their coats on. Nice thing was that the valet was complimentary.
We met friends for dinner. Two ordered the crab cakes, one ordered the scallop special and I ordered the Filet with crab and gorgonzola. My filet was cooked perfectly. The crab cakes had very little filler and the scallops were excellent.
The only downside to this place is the poor beer selection.
Trevor did a great job as our server. He went out of his way to give us the experience that we were looking for. The steak was more medium rare than medium, but still great. The bacon-wrapped shrimp was very tasty, as were the baked potato and salad. My wife's birthday dinner experience was typical for Atria's; very nice. Well done.
It took nearly an hour before we got our food. It was not too busy. When the food arrived it was sub par. Our server was good and communicated with us regarding the kitchen delay. They were out of a lot of food. My steak was undercooked and he shrimp was cold.
I should have gotten there for the October Fest menu. Was looking for at least one or more near traditional German dishes.
HOWEVER, I went with the "signature" half rack of ribs. OUTSTANDING!!! Perfect portion. Also, the Marsala was with bowtie pasta was very tasty as well.
Then we got the bill and with two of their special martinis, I was pleasantly surprised at how little it was.
I was highly disappointed with our service and location of our seat. In the past I always sat upstairs and the value of the service, ambiance and quality of food paralleled with the price of the food, it was enjoyable. However, when I returned with three other friends over Thanksgiving weekend, we needed to sit on the first floor which was considered handicap-cap accessible. They sat us close to the bar. It was not a pleasant atmosphere and it was a bar-like setting. It was impossible to hear and we had to request to see our server several times. The person was not attentive. The food was dry and needed more dressing. The seating is worn out and it felt like we were eating with our chins on the table. We couldn’t wait to get out of there. It’s a shame the experience was not good at all. If you need first floor seating, beware you’ll be in the bar or in close proximity of it, especially if you don’t have the back banquette room reserved. It’s too LOUD!
We have been a good customer of Atria's... the salads were swimming in dressing... pasta dish was swimming in sauce and extremely salty...grilled steak salad had way to much dressing and the steak was about 2 ounces...were not that picky but
The quality of food was below where it should be. ... won't be back anytime soon.
The meal I ordered - Pork Filet Gorgonzola - was a disgrace. For $16.99 all I got were 3 puny pieces of scallops, 3 pieces of shrimp and a couple of pieces of bacon on top of linguine. You should be ashamed of yourselves to charge that kind of money for such a puny meal. On the other hand my waitress provided excellent service. And your management was kind enough to take $5.00 off the cost of my meal when I complained about it.
We eat here several times a year and generally like the experience and food. This time was particularly disappointing. The filet was overlooked. And other food was not hot. The food took a long time to come even though it was not that busy. It was as if the food sat under the heat lamp awaiting the waitress to deliver. We will give it one more try before abandoning.
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