Best Bar Food In Pittsburgh’s East End

April 9, 2011 5:00 AM

If you’re out for a night on the town and looking for a place to get rid of a case of the munchies, look no further than Pittsburgh’s East End. They have some of the finest bar eats in the area. Check out these suggestions from PopCity Media:


5121 Butler Street (Lawrenceville)
Lawrenceville, Pa. 15201
Phone: 412-781-6771

This Lawrenceville eatery has plenty of tasty foods to nourish your hunger! From a variety of appetizers and an array of soups, salads and sandwiches, Remedy offers some great food to match their beer draft, bottle and can selection. But PopCity can’t say enough about the Remedy Burger, “a patty of juicy nostalgia, harkening back to the summertime cookouts of yesterday.” It comes with your choice of caramelized onions, apple-wood smoked bacon and/or shitake mushrooms.

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Geno’s Bar & Grille

5147 Butler Street (Lawrenceville)
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15216
Phone: 412-781-3432

With specials every night, Geno’s in Lawrenceville is a great place to grab a bite! Their mission, according to their website, “is to maintain a distinction of quality by providing a comfortable atmosphere, professional service, great food and high-end spirits, all at a modest price.” PopCity recommends stopping by on Wednesdays for the Yuengs and Wings special: “$2 Yuenglings are perfect with 25 cent fist-portioned chicken wings served just about every way imaginable.”

Lot 17

4617 Liberty Avenue (Bloomfield)
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15224
Phone: 412-687-8117

Between ribs, burgers, seafood, wraps, sandwiches and more, Lot 17 has a big menu of delicious dishes and a large selection of beers. PopCity says if you’re looking for a place to watch Pittsburgh’s beloved sports teams, then you can do it in style in this fine establishment.

The Harris Grill

5747 Ellsworth Avenue (Shadyside)
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15232
Phone: 412-362-5273
Email: info@harrisgrill

Add a side of humor to your meal at The Harris Grill in Shadyside! They offer a big menu chock full of good food with really witty names. “Eat, drink and be merry doesn’t work unless there’s eating,” points out their website! With plenty of specials including Happy Hour Weekends and Tuesday Bacon Nights, you’ll surely enjoy the atmosphere. PopCity recommends them if you’re out looking for a late bite as they serve food until 1 a.m.

Shadow Lounge

5972 Baum Boulevard (East Liberty)
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15206
Phone: 412-363-8277

Anyone looking for great food, great drinks and great entertainment will love the Shadow Lounge! This East Liberty establishment “started from humble beginnings,” and is “committed to good music and expression through art.” They feature many types of music as well as film screenings and parties. PopCity loved their cheese steak torta, which comes “overflowing with mozzarella, peppers and fresh guacamole.”

D’s Six Pax & Dogz

1118 S. Braddock Avenue (Regent Square)
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15218
Phone: 412-241-4666

This East End bar combines “an old, European beer pub atmosphere” with “good-time, American food favorites.” PopCity says this is where “highbrow beverages meet some of the finest lowbrow cuisine in the land.” D’s Six Pax & Dogz has more than 1,000 bottle choices and 26 draft offerings to choose from as well as daily food and drink specials!

Honorable Mentions:


Round Corner Cantina

3720 Butler Street
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15201
Phone: 412-904-2279

New Amsterdam

4421 Butler Street
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15201
Phone: 412.904.2915

The Church Brew Works

3525 Liberty Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15201
Phone: 412-688-8200

For more information on any of these places, visit John Farley’s PopCity Media guide to East End bar food at:

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