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About Floor 2
fl.2 is the balance of vibrant and inviting elements designed to create the perfect dining experience. raw bar to brasserie-style menu offerings are fused to create a fresh and intimate setting.
the menu pays homage to tradition, ensuring the majority of items are house made and locally sourced, and combines these elements with innovative and unexpected preparations with variations of contrasts and textures.
the bar program follows suit and is rooted in fresh ingredients, locally sourced spirits and brews, and small batch estate wines that pair naturally.
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Hours of Operation:
Daily 6:30 am–10:30 am
Mon–Wed, Sun 10:00 am–12:00 am
Thu–Sat 10:00 am–2:00 am
Daily 11:00 am–3:00 pm
Mon-Fri 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Dinner + Raw Bar
Mon–Wed, Sun 5:00 pm–10:30 pm
Thu–Sat 5:00 pm–11:00 pm
5th and Market
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
valet and garage available.
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Floor 2 Ratings and Reviews
I would not recommend this restaurant. The menu left you wondering exactly what are they serving. I would not describe the noise level as “Energetic” I would call it “so loud you cannot converse with others in the party”. The bred and the small salad where good. Overall, a very disappointing experience.
What a delightful lunch we had on our December 7th visit. The menu is perfect and the offerings vast. Happy to see the lovely new decor too.
Our server, Gregory, did an outstanding job! Professional, helpful with suggestions, checking back on us to see what we might need. Great sense of humor too! He did an A+ job! From the moment we walked in, to when we left, staff so helpful.
Trust that we will highly recommend the new Fl 2 to family and friends and plan to return soon!
All 3 of us enjoyed our lunch - two chose salads and I had the steak and frites. I had gluten free options including a delicious cheesecake that had a different but delicious texture. We would go back. It was quiet because there were not that many people there at a Monday lunch.
Best restaurant in Pittsburgh. Great food, service, and ambiance. Comfortable yet sophisticated... focused menu that has something for every discerning taste. Food is eclectic. Service is knowledgeable and collegial. Ambiance is comfortably conversational without distractions.
The menu didn't match very well with our tastes, but the food was good (however: not great). If you're in the cultural district, it's worth a try to see if it works for you. Plates are small, tapas-style in most cases. They vary quite a bit in size, though, so you will need to rely on your server to guide you. And of course his/her tastes may be different from yours, which we found to be the case. Fl. 2 is an interesting addition to the downtown scene, but it's not a "must go-to" restaurant.
EXTREMELY DISAPPOINTING! The room was beautifully renovated with a great looking bar as you entered and a lovely seating area for dining. The major problem, the menu. The food choices did not exist. Nothing was appealing on the menu. In the past, we had enjoyed many delicious dinners when it was the Habitat restaurant. We will not be returning to fl2 until the menu has made a drastic change.
The menu claims to focus on small (very small) plates and sharing. But, the limited selection and edgy nature of the selections makes it hard to build a meal. I've eaten successfully and happily in restaurants that feature small plates and sharing, but my dining partner and I had difficulty here. Add to this the confusion that the menu says "Plates" which suggests a fairly good sized portion, but what arrives is appetizer size. They might at least label them as Small Plates. Alas, much of what we tasted was trying too hard to be "different." One would have to think very carefully before bringing guests here as to whether the guests could find something to their liking. We ate here frequently when it was Habitat. We've given the new Floor 2 a try, but unless it becomes more diner-friendly, we won't be back.
We just enjoyed a “foodie’s” delight tonight in downtown Pittsburgh. We are blessed to have the good fortune to travel extensively around the world and this meal just made our Top 5 meals of all time!
This weekend In Pittsburgh was based on our want to checkout the Fairmont in Pittsburgh and the hotel and room exceeded our expectations!
Definitely this new concept restaurant will no doubt become the “go to “ restaurant for those who have an appreciation for the finer things and a great venue.
Hats off to the chef and his entire team!
PS the Japanese cheesecake is to die for
The new Fl. 2 is a gorgeous restaurant! It's modern american with an old-school twist. The cocktails are delicious - I had a hard time choosing just one. Most of the appetizers and entrees were easy to make vegetarian for me. The menu is full of creative comfort food like ratatouille with a twist or chickpea fricassée. If you're a chocolate fan, make sure to order the chocolate tart. Yum!
The Fairmont took a great restaurant with delicious food — Habitat — and transformed it into a mediocre dining experience. By rebranding and renovating to “compete” with newer restaurants that appeal to millennials, the hotel has alienated their core loyal patron base. I have heard similar comments from other, former patrons.
The artisan bread tasted dry and stale, the food arrived cold, and my one glass of $5 house wine was awful.
The next morning I felt sick and had to cancel two business appointments. I won’t be back.
The atmosphere is gorgeous but some light music in the background would be great. The entree salads are very very small. I got the grilled romaine salad with steak and it was so small it looked like a side salad. It was good, but for $16 it's way overpriced for the amount of food you get. I started with the sugar beet salad and it was delicious but again, for $11, it's way too small for the price.
There were maybe 6 tables in the entire restaurant that had diners but when a couple with a young child came in, the hostess sat them right in the middle of two other tables that were full. We politely asked our waitress to move us to a quieter table which she did happily, but why wouldn't the hostess seat this couple with the young child at another table???? They even asked if there was a table that was more out of the way.
It was my girlfriends birthday brunch and she ordered the shrimp creole cold salad. Our waitress was very explanatory and told us that the salad dishes were served cold. But when my friends dish came out, there was no shrimp on it! Apparently the shrimp is set out separately from the salad and the waitress has to put it on top before it's served. ??? Why?
For all of these reasons, I would not recommend this restaurant, nor will I be back again. Also, I know the restaurant is new but you need to have a sign that states Fl.2. There's nothing so if you are not familiar with the hotel/restaurant, you have no idea if you're in the right place.
Very nice place, excellent service. Menu - nice selection of dishes to share, or not. Kitchen open view - neat to see them cooking, working so hard for our delish food. Chilean sea bass, pork belly - delish, delish, delish!!!!
Grilled octopus was good to just OK - with the smaller diameter part being nicely charred and tasty but the meatier parts were too chewy/rubbery - I know it's hard to cook but hey if it's on the menu should be cooked to perfection.
Happy hour prices - 5$ wine, well drinks - decent.
Our server Gary was excellent.!!! The other servers/helpers - very nice, pleasant smiling.
Def would go back again and def recommend.
Modern but warm decor. Beautiful views. Service and food mediocre at best, with the exception of a very good strip steak that was served cold. Food was not warm, salad greens wilty, service scattered (ie, flagged down waitress for glass of wine to go with main course already delivered , but she walked away before we both could order...doubles brought of our dishes.) Need to do some work on the food execution and service.
Great new destination for locals, hotel guests, and out of towners. Great high quality food and service in a newly designed space. Good vibe in the bar as well. Will definitely come back for breakfast, and dinner before a concert or after work.
The menu consists of mostly small plates and the food served was excellent. My complaint is the very limited number of offerings in each category. If this restaurant is now mostly a small plate venue then the menu needs to be expanded. Lack of choice lowered my rating. However, the chocolate tart was amazing!
Service was excellent. The remodeled venue was lovely.
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