We have eaten here twice during the past 4 months, having traveled to Pittsburgh both times for nearby family functions. The food is just adequate but there is fairly good variety on the menu. I did like the warm chicken curry salad. Both times we were here the service was incredibly slow. There are a lot of service people in view, but food and drinks were just as slow to arrive as the first visit from our waiter.
On our second visit, we had been hoping for a slightly raucous to wildly crazy place to watch the Steelers game on a Sunday night. Maybe the locals are blase` since they get to see Steelers info and games all the time. We were visiting here from Texas (where the Cowboy/cryboys are nauseatingly ubiquitous) and were counting on 200 kindred pals with whom to cheer and celebate our favorite team . Not much enthusiam was in evidence. The TV's were on all sorts of other stations until a few minutes before game time. When the Steelers coach was on the pregame show being interviewed, we begged the manager to turn the sound on. He said it was company policy to leave the pervasive music on at all times except during the actual game. The people at the table next to ours were just as disappointed as we were, being visitors from Kentucky and big Steeler fans as well.
We were also disappointed to learn from the manager that Jerome Bettis really has next to nothing to do with this restaurant.
So, you can get OK food here, but plan to be here a good long while, and don't crane you neck searching for number 36.
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