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About Atria's - Pleasant Hills
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!
Pittsburgh, PA 15236
American, Italian, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday
Lunch: 11:00AM - 4:00PM
Dinner: 4:00PM - 10:00PM
Friday - Saturday
Lunch: 11:00AM - 3:00PM
Dinner: 3:00PM - 11:00PM
Brunch: 10:00AM - 2:00PM
Lunch: 10:00AM - 3:00PM
DInner: 3:00PM - 9:00PM
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Private Party Facilities:
We can accommodate parties of many sizes and would be happy to have our banquet coordinator work with you to make your special day perfect!
Private Party Contact:
Stefanie Boyle: (412) 714-8670
Bar Dining, Beer, Chef's Table, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Atria's - Pleasant Hills Ratings and Reviews
Two friends, my husband, and I came to Atria's for Oktoberfest. The food was superb and the service was great. Loved the variety of choices. Everyone ordered something different, and each of us loved the meal ordered. I loved the sauerbraten. It is the best I have had at any restaurant. So glad we finally have an Atria's in Pleasant Hills.
We always have a wonderful meal there. It is our "go to" place for birthdays and our anniversary. We especially love Octoberfest and, lucky for us, our anniversary is in October. We would, however, like to have a quieter dining experience. The noise level is too high.
Food was excellent as was the service. Despite it being a very busy night we were seated immediately and never went wondering where the staff went. When they ran out of ingredients for a signature cocktail, they comped the drink. Just beware this is NOT the place for a quiet dinner. The noise level is high, and nothing really separated the lively bar area from the dining area
Went for our anniversary dinner? The place was so loud we could not even talk with each other could not get out of there soon enough? We were all the way out frt sitting by the Windows? The food was good too bAd we could not stay and enjoy it? Next time Definately Mt Lebanon!
nice, varied menu - good choices. group of 5 enjoyed food - steaks, pasta and seafood.
most pleasant and efficient server. Downside? Yes. My second visit had the same negative as the first. TOO MUCH NOISE
Not sure if Atria's attracts people who shout their table conversations or if the place itself forces people to speak loudly. Perhaps using partitions to separate dining table area from bar area could help. as is, two times now ((different nights) quiet dinner conversation impossible
Every time we go to this location it's a flip of the coin. It's always inconsistent. (Inconsistent service, inconsistent food quality) unfortunately, this time it was both. A couple was seated served dinner and left before our dinners ever even came to the table. Twice we had to go to the bar to asked to get our soft drinks refilled as our waitress never came back to the table. And, all three of the filet selections were not cooked as requested. All of them over done. It's a shame because this is such a convenient restaurant for us.
The food at Atrias is always pretty good with a nice variety of options. My only real complaint about the Pleasant Hills location, which we've experienced a few times, is that it is overly loud which makes it difficult to have conversation. Not only is the music louder than it should be at this type of restaurant, but the room acoustics seem to amplify the room noise considerably to where it sounds like you're in a concert hall.
This was our 3rd or 4th time there. We took our son and daughter in law.
They have never been there before, and they really enjoyed it. We suggested
what to order...They LOVED it!! :)
Also, our waitress was Outstanding. I hope the next time we go, she would
be our waitress.
Thank you very much.
Leslie Judy and family :)
I tried Atrias for the first time because they participated in the Pittsburgh Restaurant Week. The food wasn't bad but the price advertised was NOT the same as I was charged which they advertised on their menu too. Thought that was rather odd. Also what was more concerning was the noise level in there was over the top. I couldn't even hear the people I was with talk. Probably will not go back. There are many other restaurants in Pittsburgh now that offer a better experience all around.
We were recommended to this place for our family anniversary dinner by another doctor. Honestly, the food was disgusting. I ordered the lemon chicken with noodles. There was no flavor/spices or herbs to the noodles or chicken. They must have soaked the chicken in lemon juice and microwaved it. It did not taste like it was grilled or baked. In fact, it tasted like it was spoiled. I had to spit it out. My daughters each got the mac n cheese. Again, no flavor. They wouldn't touch it. My son got a grilled cheese sandwich. He ate a bite and refused to touch it again. The girls just ate the cold stale bread served with cold butter that tore apart the bread when trying to spread it. My son ate about half of his fries. The kids basically filled up on their drinks. My wife got pulled pork and ribs. She enjoyed the pulled pork. The ribs were mediocre. The coleslaw was shredded the long way...like spaghetti noodles. Who does that? Coleslaw should be chopped or it is shredded in the short way. Every time she tried to take a bite it would hang out of her mouth. It was embarrassing for her. We spent $73 on food that we barely touched. We always take home leftovers when we go out to eat. You couldn't pay us to take this food home. We were very disappointed with the food. The waiter and the trainee were excellent and kept our glasses full and replaced the bread for the girls. The restaurant appeared to be clean. It has an abandoned nightclub feel to it. The website said to make a reservation first. I figured it would be crowded. The only thing crowded about the place is how many tables (empty at that) were in there. There were only a few customers there. It was a little darker than I prefer. I'd like to see what I am eating. Put more flowers out. Have more windows open. Play more variety of music. It was all current pop genre. We really wanted to try the grilled peach dessert but ultimately we decided on going out for ice cream (and picked up a couple of cheeseburgers).
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