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About Atria's - Richland
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!
Gibsonia, PA 15044
American, Italian, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Sunday: 10:00am-2:00pm
Lunch: Daily: 11:00am - 3:00pm
Dinner: Sunday: 3:00pm-9:00pm - Thursday: 3:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 3:00pm -11:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Monday - Friday 5pm - 7pm enjoy $2 selected 15 oz. drafts, $4 house wines, $4 Captain and Coke and $5 Signature Martinis! Pair any of these delicious drinks with our $5 Tavern Bites menus!
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:
Jim Shimko: (724) 444-7333
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Atria's - Richland Ratings and Reviews
We have been there many times on new years and have never has such a bad experience. They sat us at a dirty a table and did not come back to clean. Service was poor and there was not a smile on a server in the place. Food came out undercooked and when it was sent back it was obviously put in a microwave and returned. And the entire plate was placed in the microwave. It was not even crowded at the time we were there. Very poor experience
Atria's kitchen, bar, and wait staff were ill equipped to handle a NYE dinner service despite offering a limited menu.
The main goal of a waiter should be to encourage you to increase your bill by adding in appetizers, drinks, and dessert. We ordered an appetizer and drinks without being offered only to have them never arrive. Service was non existent. Entrees were served ice cold. Unfortunately this was par for the course for the other diners in our section. No one, and I mean no one, received their meal without incident of a mistake, forgotten appetizers or empty glasses.
Would not recommend and won't return.
Had a reservation, but still had to wait 20 minutes to be seated. We were then seated at a dirty table and waited another 10 minutes to be greeted. Drinks were empty most of the meal and we had to ask twice for bread. The food was just okay, nothing exceptional. We waited almost a half hour for food. Atria's is slowly declining. It used to be so great, not so much the case anymore.
We had been at this restaurant last year and the service was terrible and the wait time for drinks and food was horrible even though restaurant was empty the evening we were there. We were very hesitant on going back but we received gift cards for Christmas so we gave it another shot. We went on New Years Eve, had reservations and were very pleased to say we were seated as soon as we walked through the door. They obviously were crowded and we did wait a little more than average for our waitress to take our drink and food orders but it wasn't nearly as bad as our previous visit and we had more patience knowing it was a major holiday and they did have a crowd. The menu was a special one for New Years Eve but it did offer a variety of their regular entrees at the same price. I had the crab cakes which were absolutely the best I've ever had. It came with asparagus and mushroom risotto which was also very good. My husband had the twin fillets and crab cake dinner which he was very pleased with. He also tried the sherry crab bisque which was the best. So we were very pleased with this visit to Atria's and we would return. We are glad we gave it another chance.
Went for Thanksgiving. The reservation was for 6:45 but didn't get seated till after 7:30. The was okay because we sat at the bar. However, we didn't get happy hour prices. So the bar bill was high with each of us getting two drinks. The table and the service was good, but not table cloth! I expect that in high end dining. I thought that the value of the price fixed meal was poor at $25.00 - soup/salad, entree, and dessert. I chose the ham instead of the turkey which was sliced ham like at a deli in stead of Ham steak. My wife had the pumpkin pie which I thought was horrible (Where did you find such lousy pumpkin pie?). I ordered the apple pie ala-mode. They had no ice cream, and it was cold right out of the refrigerator. All-in-all, an upscale restaurant with a special fixed priced Thanksgiving dinner should have done a better job.
This was the first Thanksgiving without my
Mom. I wanted to do something special for my father. So this seemed a good choice. After being seated, it took 15 minutes for our server to even greet us. Over an hour later and still no dinner. We watched tables seated after us getting their meals. My father spoke up to another waiter who brought our food right away. The manager apologised and discounted the bill $5.47. Food was excellent. The service not so much. Very disappointed. Left a generous tip but not quite as generous as we were planning on giving. I really felt like we didnt matter.
We had our family Thanksgiving meal at Atria's in Richland. It was busy but our server was personable and patient. We did not feel rushed and enjoyed a delicious meal. It was a very positive experience and we were pleased that we chose Atria's to celebrate our Thanksgiving holiday.
This was our second annual visit to Atria's-Richland for Octoberfest and it was a disappointing experience compared to last year. We traveled over 30 miles one-way to meet with friends coming from the opposite direction. Two menu items that we ordered or planned to order were not available and several meals seemed to be slightly beyond "done." Although we very much enjoy the seasonal menu, we may be unlikely to visit Richland next year for another Octoberfest.
I had the chef's special of seafood eggplant rolotini over linguini with red sauce and crabmeat + 3 jumbo tempura shrimp. It was fantastic. Best meal I ever had at Atria's. We had a party of five, celebrating our nephew's college graduation. Everyone's meal was good. Our waitress was spectacular. We've had her as or server several times. Great personality and service. Really our best visit to Atria's (any location).
Been going to Atria's for years...different ones... food keeps getting higher but portions getting smaller. I had the veal and pasta....pasta is so cheap....should be more. 2 had the pot roast...seemed different they said....used to be more like a big dish of stew... items are separated. Service very good
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