WARRENDALE (KDKA) – A 20,000 square-foot entertainment complex is expected to make its grand opening next month in the North Hills.

This new venue, named Jergel’s Rhythm Grille, is located off Warrendale Road and will be the only entertainment facility of its kind in the area. It promises live performances seven nights a week on a 35-foot stage and boasts a restaurant with outside dining, bars, VIP party rooms and a cigar bar.

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The owners, Rick Jergel and Ron Sofranko, have been in the restaurant business for decades. They are hoping Jergel’s will attract people from all over the region and are confident that it will thrive in this area.

“Between Marshall Township and Cranberry Township, attracting the North Hills area, as well as the regional markets of Butler, Beaver County, Westmoreland County and the whole Cranberry market,” Sofranko said.

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Big regional acts are promised, from Joe Grushecki to The Clarks, as well as local bands, country acts, blues, comedians, and a handful of national acts as well.

“You don’t sleep,” Jergel said. “It’s full of excitement – it really is.”

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