The view is unbelievable - we sat right next to the window overlooking Pittsburgh. We took the El up there and that was cool as well. Be advised that there are TWO of these and one is a mile away from the restaurant. We took that one and was okay with that as we'd been eating plenty and needed a good walk. Plus the walk is spectacular.
The food was pretty good to very good. The prices were way too high given the quality. One of our party ordered the porterhouse for 50$ - which is a little criminal that they'd even offer that. Another got the ribeye for 35. I got a Tijuana burger for 14. I could tell pretty early that this is not the place to order a prime steak. The steaks were actually okay - they had a brown sauce smothered over them - a bit like gravy. I would not have liked that. A good steak should not come smothered in anything from the kitchen. I got to taste both and they were pretty good. Not at all commensurate w/ the price. We had a nice calamari and hummus for appetizer - both fine. Kinda a bit olive garden like. Nice beers on tap. No desserts in our party of four.
Young lady who served us was great - very attentive. She seemed to be the best in the place. I gave high marks below for service - but might have just been the young lady we had. The front lady hostess kept busting out to the sidewalk in front of place to sneak a smoke...lol. Matter of fact a waiter had to go get here from outside to seat us.
The decor in the place is NOT the decor of a nice upscale restaurant. Closer to cafeteria-like.
I think I would go for lunch and get sandwiches/burgers/beer - view is great. Would not go for a fine dinner - I'd hazard a guess that the view/night lights at night might be pretty special. Just not matched by the decor and quality of the restaurant. And, BTW - glad that no one under 6 is allowed.