Very noisy Steelers fan place. Food is not good, even with American standards. Service is slow and not efficient. Prices are moderate but conforms to the poor quality of the place
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Came in for dinner and left disappointed. I should have known better given that this resides in a Double Tree Hotel. The prices were hotel level but the food was not very good. No one in our party enjoyed their meal and this very rarely...More
This is in the Double Tree. Circle the block to find parking--they will validate it for 3 hours. Great omelet bar, otherwise fairly standard breakfast buffet. Servers were very nice and efficient.
We sat outside to avoid the chilly indoor space and were happy because our waiter, Jesse, made our night with his friendly and attentive service. We ordered one salad to share, and it was served on two plates. Both the scallops and gnocchi entrees were...More
Wanted to eat supper before the hockey game at a place that wasn't going to be packed and this was our choice. The menu was a little odd; I ended up with a steak and my husband got something with meatballs. Both of us enjoyed...More
You have a choice of a nice breakfast buffet or ordering off the menu. My only issue was that the scrambled eggs in the buffet were lightly salted during cooking. This is not beneficial to hotel guests on a low salt diet.
I really really like this place before a Pens game. It's a cool, clean, moderately priced restaurant .... the service is always very spot on, and the beer selection is never disappointing. My only complaint is that the menu is sometimes too ..... I dunno...More
Recently spent an overnight at the Doubletree In Pittsburgh. Normally not crazy about hotel restaurants where you get socked with the prices for poor food. This was totally to the contrary. The prices were reasonable and the menu choices were savory. We started with the...More