Went here on a Sunday night after a Steelers game around 7PM. While the place was pretty full, we were able to get a seat right away. The server knew the menu and was very helpful at suggesting what to eat/drink since it was our first time. We settled on the Beer Cheese Soup, Untraditional Pierogies (Brie, Salmon, and Potato), and the Portobello Pesto Pizza. The soup was good, but not something we would order again. The Pierogies and Pizza had great flavor and we would definitely order again. We also tried the beer sampler ($12.75 for 8 - 5oz glasses of both regular and seasonal selections). It's not on the menu but recommended if you'd like to try a variety of their house brews. Also, be sure to ask your server for their Pub menu if you're interested in sandwiches, pizza, or other light fare. The atmosphere took the visit to another level. From the massive wood entry doors to the 50+ ft painted ceilings and original stained glass windows you almost feel as if you're sinning by drinking in a church. There are a number of TV's placed around the bar, and due to the acoustics of the church, the sound carried well when a big play happened.
The only negative I feel should be commented on is that a table of four was seated next to us but left after 20 minutes without their drink order being taken. We made small talk with them and recommended the Pub menu and beer sampler, but even after visiting the bar to get the Pub menu, their server was nowhere to be found, so they left.
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