At a Glance
A century ago, Pittsburgh’s stately buildings, curving rivers and picturesque bridges were often hard to see through the clouds of smoke coming from the many factories and mills. Now—after making a Rust Belt comeback centered on its culinary scene, education, energy, health care, and technology—the smoke is now coming from Pittsburgh’s varied restaurant kitchens. In recent years, Pittsburgh has garnered more and more national attention for its culinary accomplishments, including recognition in The New York Times. Washington, PA is an extension of Pittsburgh and is part of the Pittsburgh restaurant market.
This establishment is a well-established local bar and restaurant with a loyal following. The property is well designed, attractive, clean, spacious, and in excellent condition: like new. It has adequate parking and a very nice large outdoor seating area (deck) with a scenic view.