CP REVIEW: DeLuca’s doesn’t have the White House cachet of Pamela’s, but the portions are large and the quarters are close. On weekends, it’s one of Pittsburgh’s great gathering places. Try the “Super Bowl” omelet. [July 2011]
CP REVIEW: A selection of German beer-hall food -- breads, cheeses, wursts, noodle and meat entrees -- complements the brewery's selection of award-winning micro-beers. The venue's best feature might be the cobblestone courtyard of this restored 19th-century brewhouse, one of the most European-feeling spaces in the city. [July 2007]
Comfortable, casual neighborhood hang-out.
It might be tempting to call any Greenfield bar a "neighborhood watering hole." But Hough's offers many reasons to go out of your way: Numerous TVs for watching the big game, a surprisingly extensive bottled-beer selection … and now a chance to brew your own beer, under expert supervision.
CP REVIEW: The Brew Works setting -- the meticulously rehabbed interior of St. John the Baptist Church with its altar of beer -- remains incomparable, and there are always several hand-crafted brews on tap to enjoy. For dining, the venue offers a flexible menu, suitable for all ages, ranging from pub nibblers and wood-fired pizza to nouvelle American entrees. [July 2007]
City Paper Best Of Pittsburgh Winner, 2005 Best Wings.
A one-stop for the discerning hipster. Downstairs, funky decor and a tasty, veggie-friendly menu are a solid foundation for chatter and people-watching; upstairs, catch national indie acts, eclectic DJ nights, and special events. Weekly pub quiz packs the house.