2731 Mosside Blvd.
Monroeville, PA 15146
Phone: (412) 373-0911
Fax: (412) 373-0411
Bars & Cafes
The Rosecliff Tavern offers its patrons drinks and delicious food. This quirky-looking local bar is a favorite spot for those who love to enjoy a couple of drinks in a bustling environment. Free WiFi is available at the bar. Do try their sumptuous pizzas when you visit!
Satiate your sweet tooth with creamy flavors of frozen yogurt at Sincerely Yogurt. Located inside the Miracle Mile Shopping Center, this place is a haunt for all the shoppers.
Nardi's is an elegant addition to the fine dining scene in Monroeville. The ambiance is quaint with blue and white decor and complement seating. The menu is dynamic with a lot of options. The pricing is not too high. Nardi's Fine Dining has a menu that has some delicious dishes on offer. Try the house salad, godfather's chicken, pasta and many more flavorful and tasty dishes. Call ahead to make a reservation.
Charlie's Ice Cream is popular in the neighborhood for their delicious ice creams and frozen yogurt. Their flavors and toppings are creative, and the prices are pocket friendly.
Winghart's is a spacious bar that features amazing whiskeys and some interesting cocktails. Their food menu is limited but offers a good variety. Food items are absolutely delectable and tasty. Decor is artsy and the ambiance is comfortable and laid back. Happy Hours are also available.
Try different types of Bubble Tea at this cute outlet. InsaniTea features myriad flavors and toppings that you can add to customize your tea the way you like!
Patrons don't mind making the trip to Blawnox if the evening ends at Moondog's. Live music is the heart and soul of the place. The music ranges from jazz and blues to rock and pop. The bar is famous for bringing national acts to the stage on weekends. Tuesdays and Wednesdays are open stage nights where anything goes. The menu features American dishes. See the website for the events calendar and more.
The Café transforms food into an art form, with unique soups and salads, delectable specialties, and divine desserts. The menu varies according to the season, as it uses herbs and vegetables grown on-site. This charming eatery has twice won the 'best lunch' honor, awarded by the Pittsburgh Magazine. This joint is quite possibly Pittsburgh's best kept secret.
Dave and Buster's huge complex contains a restaurant, two bars, pool tables, Skeeball, shuffleboard, video games and Virtual World, which is something like a virtual-reality ride. The complex is the size of a warehouse and the perfect playground for adults, although you will find a lot of children running around as well. The food is American cuisine and served until "it quiets down." The bars are well stocked with beer, wines and mixed drinks. The place is always packed and noisy. On most nights there is an hour wait for dinner.
Squirrel Hill Cafe is a small neighborhood bar that attracts locals as well as people from the music scene. The bar, usually filled with cigarette smoke, is better known as the Squirrel Cage. The drinks are slightly pricey and the place isn't very big, but the regulars refuse to go anywhere else. Happy hour is 4pm-6pm Monday through Friday.
This unassuming Squirrel Hill eatery serves low-priced comfort food in a subtly modern environment. Salads here are robust, topped with anything from salmon to chicken or even steak. The sandwich menu is extensive (featuring everything from a veggie wrap to a barbecued beef brisket hoagie). When you order one of their gourmet burgers, you get to spice it up with items from a long list of toppings (including smoked gouda, portabella mushrooms, and hot banana peppers). Other belly-warming comfort foods on offer include crab cakes, a penne sausage bake, and home-style pot roast. Steaks here are aged and hickory grilled. Sunday Brunch sees the menu augmented with omelettes, "Hobo Hash," and even a breakfast Reuben. It may be unassuming, but anyone who says there's nothing fancy about this place is off their rocker. See website for menu and calendar.
Tazza D'oro, meaning cup of gold in Italian, is a premier coffee house located in the Highland Park neighborhood of Pittsburgh. Owner Amy Enrico wanted a place that reflects her love of European cuisine and ambiance. The highly trained baristas will expertly mix together the perfect cup of coffee using various brewing techniques. The cafe offers specialty coffees, breads, pastries, soups, salads and imported meats and cheeses. All ingredients are locally sourced and certified organic.