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Housed in the beautifully preserved Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad Station, the Grand Concourse restaurant at Station Square is a true testament of grandeur and elegant dining. With a cathedral stained-glass vaulted ceiling, marble columns, and a dramatic staircase, guests are quickly transported to the glamorous side of the Progressive Era with the luxury of a modern day menu. Our award-winning seafood restaurant boasts a fine selection of our signature seafood dinner specials, tender steaks, poultry, and on Sundays, the best brunch in Pittsburgh. Nestled comfortably on the riverfront and overlooking the downtown skyline, Grand Concourse at Station Square will outshine any restaurant near
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Best ambiance in Pitts for a date or business meeting 👍🏼 will definitely make a good impression. We got excellent help from Herby who gave perfect suggestions 👌🏽 on the spot. Soup, scallops, crab cake, and sea bass were perfect.
Went to GC with family to celebrate my wife's birthday. The place is really beautiful and always has. The menu and meal is good. NO VEGAN OPTIONS.
Service was EXTREMELY SLOW. It took 40 minutes for us to get our first drinks after sitting down....So it was a long night for a 6:30 reservation.More
The host set the tone with the attitude we received when requesting a patio table. He said they were all booked but could “squeeze us in”. The entire night 3 of the 10 tables were full, including us. The meal felt rushed like they wanted...us out of there as everything came at once. My prime rib was lukewarm at best and not even seasoned. My wife’s salmon was chewy and had some basic butter sauce poured on it (even though the description was different). Server was constantly forgetting things and we had to ask for bread 3 times. It just didn’t feel like the prices were justified for what we received. I am normally a 20%+ tipper but not tonight. We opted out of dessert and went to our hotel where it was wonderfulMore
Went for birthday brunch.I completely understand and accept that they can't do buffet during the COVID regulations- but- I send a messenger message and never got a reply. I also asked for main dining room seating at the time of booking (since it was my...birthday ) and we were seating on the track side loading platform. Limited brunch menu- I really wanted smoked salmon, shrimp, homemade donuts, bacon, etc- and feel they should have offered these as options. My meal was good but sides (rice and broccoli) were just ok. Creme brûlée dessert was great. Lots of construction around the location makes it difficult to navigate.More
Renovations are nearly done. Been enjoying this place even when main dining room was full of scaffolds. Early evening dinner has been omitted. Sad that was the most incredible option. While part of the Landry group it is not a theme restaurant and operates like...a stand alone local owner dining spot. Food is always exceptional and service consistently perfection. Erin was our server and she greeted our table with warmth and was spot on on service. Will always make this a must enjoy place when in Pittsburgh.More
We were looking forward to this place after reading the menu and seeing the photos online. It really is just a tourist trap.
We started out with drinks. The New Old fashion was average. Didn't really taste like something innovative to me. The Crown and...Diet Coke had flat Diet Coke and tasted bad.
Bread was good but the crackers were blah...
For dinner the snapper was very small and lacked any flavor. It was supposed to be In a lemon sauce.. I guess I was supposed to squeeze the lemon on my plate over it to add lemon flavor. The rice was blank and 2 pieces of asparagus was a joke.
Blackened salmon was ok. Again dry rice and bland broccoli dumped on the plate.
The dessert was the worst part... how is that possible. The Bananas Foster Creme Brûlée was terrible. They just tossed sliced bananas on top of it. The custard under the burnt crust was clumpy and just gross..
The building inside is gorgeous but it takes good food to make people come back.
Our server was good...More
Hard to believe such a beautiful, historic restaurant which is a Landry’s property could turn out to be such a debacle. What went right? Not a lot. The bread and crackers were the best thing I ate. Literally.
The online menu was radically different from...what I could order from the actual menu in the restaurant. The manager was quite surprised by this revelation.
Then when I tried to order prime rib, which was only available on Friday and Saturday, they had sold out by 7:30. Why bother?
Orders were botched, my snapper was exceptionally dry. Had to ask for salt and pepper.
Most amazing of all was when I was on my way to the restroom and saw another guest had crab legs. I asked my waiter how he got them. He said, “ isn’t that on the menu?”
Of course, it wasn’t!
Just a terrible experience. Go elsewhere.More
My husband and I made a reservation for tonight for our anniversary. We were sat at the table for 20 minutes, without menus or water, before our waitress came over. It was so loud we weren’t able to have a conversation without saying ‘what’ constantly....The wait staff looked completely disheveled, and they were not very attentive. We thought the food was alright- nothing to write home about. We didn’t get any refills on our drinks. Not one person, waitress or manager, asked us how everything was. Several times we wanted to just get up and leave, but decided to see it through because of how many people rave about it. We will absolutely never go back and would highly recommend no one wastes their money there. It cost us $120 for the worst experience eating out we have ever had- genuinely, the worst.More
We cane here on Valentine’s Day night for a family dinner for 3. I’m glad I made a reservation because I have never seen the restaurant so busy. We were seated by the window. The staff were working so hard to keep up, they did...a good job considering how unbelievably busy it was. Drinks and dessert were delicious. Our dinners were good but a little cold and worn as if they had been sitting a while. This is a great place to dress up and feel like you’re really “out” on the town. It’s lovely inside and I’m sure the busy evening was the o my reason our dinners weren’t up to par. We will always go back.More
This is a great place to visit and get a slice of beautiful architectural history, at least if you are able to be seated in the main dining room. I have been here a couple of times, and have had some really great experiences, but...the quality of the food and waitstaff are inconsistent, so I've also had some duds. The last time I was there the food was terrific, but the service was painfully slow. We were seated in a sideroom that has little ambiance, although it does offer lovely views across of the river to the city. They were having a corporate event in the main dining room so we didn't get to experience the ambiance for which the restaurant is famous. I suspect that is why our service was so slow as well.More