Cinderlands Warehouse

4.6
3 reviews
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Located in the Strip District, Cinderlands Warehouse is our second craft brewery and scratch kitchen. In a self-made city like Pittsburgh, rebirth happens through every citizen's decision to start something new, and pursue progress right here at home. At Cinderlands, we make beer and food that reflects the diversity of our community - both contemporary and familiar, high quality and inventive, serious and fun. We capture the evolving spirit of the IPA even as we hearken back to the lagers and ales that took the world by storm. And we invite you in to share in the warmth of that fervor.

Our original location, a friendly neighborhood spot in lower Lawrenceville, opened in December 2017. The Lawrenceville brewpub will serve as an incubator for our culinary and brewing teams to share innovative beers and creative menu items with the public, while the Warehouse will be the destination for familiar brews and classic dishes.
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Pittsburgh
43 reviews
Dined 5 days ago
Overall 5food 5service 5ambience 5

Although we’ve been to your original occasion twice, this was our first visit to the warehouse and it, most certainly, will not be our last. All 4 of us ordered something different and we were all amazed. The chicharrones, cheese curds and Banh Mi were amazing, the drinks delicious and the service spot on. Keep up the great work team.

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CM
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Dined 5 days ago
Overall 3food 1service 5ambience 5

The décor was great. The beer was good and the service was excellent. The food, however, left much to be desired. There was not one healthy option on the menu Everything was loaded with cheese - and the kale salad was literally dripping in dressing, with a half a pound of cheese on top. Due to the current food options, I will l not be returning.

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Pittsburgh
7 reviews
Dined on July 2, 2019
Overall 5food 5service 5ambience 5

Garden wedge delicious, Smoked Tri Tip with fingerling potatoes and black garlic paste had great flavor mix and all complimented by mango pineapple whipper.
Others chose Haluski (great egg noodles and sausage) and Beer Can Chicken, with “Doug” IPA.
Excellent wait staff. Fun, relaxing dinner on a hot evening.

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