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About Latitude 360 Pittsburgh
The 360 Grille, a contemporary casual dining restaurant that features fire-grilled entrees to the freshest seafood and hand-crafted salads. Guests can sit in our main dining area, at the 360 bar, on our covered patio or at our pizza bar.
Pittsburgh, PA 15275
Contemporary American, Global, International
Hours of Operation:
Sunday - Wednesday: 11:00am - 12:00am;
Thursday - Saturday: 11:00am - 2:00am
Summit Park Dr
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
At 65,000 square feet, Pittsburgh's luxury entertainment venue is massive, but to see all the options, you have to step inside. Latitude 40 includes a game room with over 70 interactive video & redemption games, the axis bar with stage and dance floor. 100 seat HD sports theater showing the biggest sports events being broadcast.
Latitude Live, our 250 seat, state of the art performance theater was designed expressly for live entertainment including comedy, music and corporate events.
Private Party Facilities:
For any additional questions regarding holding a private event please contact the Sales Office at 412.693.5500
Private Party Contact:
Kathy Marshall: (855) 419-6279
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Entertainment, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wine
Latitude 360 Pittsburgh Ratings and Reviews
Latitude 360 is a great place to eat. The "Pittsburgh" address is a little misleading, as it's pretty much in Robinson Township by just happens to have a Pittsburgh mailing address. So it's still 15 to 20 minutes away from downtown, depending on traffic. But nonetheless, the games, the giant screens, the vibrant car scene, and the separate game room for the kids caters to all ages for a wide variety of events!
This restaurant had a lot going on for people who are looking for a family friendly outing with available bowling, arcade, comedy club, and movie theater. However the food was below averaged and over-priced for the quality. Beer was also overpriced. Service was extremely slow and seemed poorly trained.
Planned a Sunday outing at Latitude 360 for a church group. It was easy to make reservations for both bowling and dinner for ten. Because of the playoff football games, service was initially a little slow, but once the orders were placed, the drinks, appetizers, and food were promptly served. The server was very attentive. We plan to go back. Several positive comments on the quality of the food.
The service was slow and at times we felt ignored. Our appetizer was cold and our salads came out after our meal. The manager offered to buy us dessert but no one came back for our order. He also offered us free bowling vouchers but he never came back either. So after being there for 2 hours, we left hungry and annoyed
I have been to latitude a handful of times, and this time was exceptionally bad. My boyfriend and I had a reservation for 7:15. For a Saturday night, the restaurant wasn't crowded which surprised me. The wait for our table was a normal 5-10 minutes. The experience changed as soon as we sat down at our table. The only order our waitress had correct was our drinks. I was craving their bang bang shrimp salad, so that's what I ordered. Unfortunately I received a grilled chicken salad. My boyfriend ordered a salad as his side dish and never received it. From the time we say down to our table and received our food we had been sitting for over an hour. We had plans after dinner that we were cutting it close. We didn't receive our check til close to 9pm. As I mentioned before, latitude was surprisingly empty for a Saturday, so I'm not sure why our experience still took a good 2 hours.
We wanted to have a nice meal and conversation before a show, but it was TOO LOUD to talk! Food was mediocre - not bad but certainly not great. Good atmosphere if you don't want to interact with people except through sign language (or texting - which is what almost everyone around us was doing). This is the place to go if you want to experience sensory isolation yet still feel like you are being social.
perfect place for a tween-ager bday celebration. the video games captured the fancy of the young as well as the young-at-heart, while the multi-screens of football games hypnotized the sporting crowd. the dining far exceeded the average bar food scene, with tasty options for even the hard-to-please salad junkies. the servers were energetic and enthusiastic. even the steelers cooperated by posting a commendable victory against the colts. do bring your walking shoes, though, because it is quite a distance from the front of the restaurant/bar to the back of the video arcade, but refueling the arcade cards several times a visit can cover yr treadmill obligations for the week.
Food was good but took forever getting to table. Waiter and his trainee were not that great. They were attentive in the beginning but then missed several drink requests. Refills were lacking and they disappeared after we got our food. Had to flag down another waitress to pay our bill.
Dinner was great! Who knew food could be this good at a restaurant that kids, of all ages, would enjoy? The serving sizes were generous and prices were reasonable! I loved the healthy options - the fruit salad included mixed berries, honeydew and grapes, very fresh!
The music was very loud. We dined on a Tuesday night. There was only two other tables of patrons in the restaurant and the music was full blast. It made it difficult to have a conversation with the person next to you.
The food is surprisingly good and the menu has something for everyone. I got an Asian Salmon Salad and it was perfect. The Salmon was well seasoned, not overcooked and the dressing had a sweet spicy kick that really went well with the greens. Truly was a pleasant surprise. Plus got 2 appetizers - guacamole and chips and Asian chicken lettuce wraps - both great!
Now why I say this was a surprise is that there are 2 10 lane bowling aisle, a large game room and movie theater so who would have thought that the food would be several tiers beyond hamburger and hotdogs (although the hamburgers are terrific per a member of our party) plus they have a brick oven pizza area (another party member got a pizza that we were all tasting that was good
Our very good friends from Las Vegas came into town and they were staying close so
we all meant at Latitude 40. They had a very good time and they love the food. we also
visit the cigar room which is nice. I think it should be only for cigar and not for cigerets.
will come back.
1) noisy - we were a party of 6 & we couldnt have a conversation. I had trouble hearing the server & she also had trouble hearing us. In fact, I ordered desert but didnt receive it because she didnt hear me order. I had to speak up & ask where my mine was. She admitted that it was noisy & she did not hear my order. By the time I received mine everyone was finished.
2) we were brought another tables food.
3) we were told by our server that we could stay at our table & order drinks while figuring out if we were going to bowl or watch the band. w/I 5 mins she returned stating that we had to give up the table because a big party had arrived early & our table was needed.
4) food being carried across the building passing by entryway.
We had dinner reservations at the restaurant and wanted to see the Gary Allan concert. After waiting in line for the tickets, we were told to go up to the venue to watch the concert and were told that there would be food. There was...hot dogs and popcorn. We saw another couple that brought food from the restaurant so my husband went to get some food while waiting for the concert. He was able to place his order within five minutes but had to wait for an hour and a half before getting the food. After paying the $25.00 bill, he then attempted to take it up to the concert but was not allowed...unfortunately, no one told him that when he was waiting. He ended up leaving the food, so we would not miss the concert.
It was way to load everywhere inside the building. There is no sound barrier between the dinning, Bar, bowling area, and Upstairs Dance floor the sound just to load to even talk during dinner. The drink price is different from dinning the dance area. Drinks went up in price and down in size. There are not enough seats in the Bar/dance area.
I made my reservation online & when I needed to add people to the reservation a few hours before dinner, I was able to speak to a hostess who was very helpful on accommodating my group on a booked night. The service was great from the hostess to our waitress, and the food was pretty good. My small group enjoyed the fact we could go relax at the bar, play some arcade games and bowl later in the evening after dinner.
While our server Bethany did a nice job in checking back with us on things, we had 8 people in our party and two guests did not receivet their entrees until the rest of us were almost done eating. Then we were offered desert, and one of the requested deserts was not available. Also, took too long to get our check. We were celebrating a birthday and it took some of the fun out of the experience.
My mom and I went to Latitude 40 for Mother's Day. We had an amazing experience! The staff went out of their way to make us feel welcome and to give us better than their best service. We had a wonderful brunch and an amazing time bowling. It was such a fun experience that we can't wait to go back!
This is a huge entertainment complex. Great if you want a night old bowling but if not give it a miss.
They were advertising mothers' day brunch and it really wasn't clear what type of place it was- lots of bemused, over dressed people who definitely didn't come for the bowling.
The restaurant lists on OpenTable as 'Downtown' but that isn't the case- it is in Robinson Township, close to the airport.
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