5 Cub fans were given a friendly welcome and great homemade food. Bologna sandwich lived up to its hype and roast beef was swimming in gravy. Made the Cub's loss worth it.
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We stopped at this restaurant based on a recommendation. We were told it was the best place for breakfast and that it was also on Diners, drive ins, and Dives. It really is a dive. We were the only 3 there, which should have tipped...More
We were pointed to Nadine's for breakfast by the people who sold us our Double Decker Bus Tour tickets, and they gave us a great recommendation! It is a small bar (probably seats ~35), and serves bar food. We had a "mixed grill", which was...More
We had seen this place on a previous episode of Diners, Drive In and Dives and decided to give it a try! It's your typical Pittsburgh neighborhood bar, it just happens to have some really good food!!! I had the chicken fried steak with the...More
This diners drive ins and dives is the later! A small old, dive with below average food and service. Nothing the four of us had was anything but basic food. Remids me of frozen meals.
definitely the bar experience. Something you have to try at least once.Stopped in for weekday lunch. Husband got the roast beef and mashed potatoes and liked it. I felt the gravy was a bit artificial - the kind that makes you want to keep eating...More
Stopped by for a late lunch while in Pittsburgh based on triple D's recommendation. The waitress, who was friendly and efficient, recommended the meatball pasta and the roast beef as the highlights of the day's menu. We tried both dishes. The pasta was tasteless and...More
Featured on the show Diners, Drive Ins and Dives this small diner was pointed out by a friend one evening. Good local fare, prepared fresh and to order. Try the stuffed peppers or ask what the days special is, you will not be disappointed.