Saloon of Mt. Lebanon


The Saloon of Mt. Lebanon opened its doors on November 1st, 1976 Similar to Cheers, the Saloon quickly grew a reputation for being the place in the South Hills where everybody knows your name. The Saloon has attracted many of the same patrons over the years, while at the same time inviting a new generation who are eager to pull up a bar stool as well. We pride ourselves in maintaining an atmosphere that our loyal customers have come to expect, and our new customers will be excited about.

With a relaxed and casual atmosphere, The Saloon of Mt. Lebanon has been quenching thirsts for more than 38 years. Our beer selections can be mind boggling, we have expanded our draft beers to 30 and over 50 bottled beers. Of course, we also have a fully stocked bar with liquor and wine. As for food, our menu consists of a wide variety of appetizers, sandwiches, wraps and salads. Favorites include our buffalo-style chicken wings and burgers. We have our own special recipe sauce for the wings. Once you try our wings you won’t want any others.

We have 15 large HDTVs televisions where you will see many sporting events through Direct TV. The TV’s surround the bar and are along the perimeter. Included in the Direct TV package is the always popular NFL ticket, so you will be able to follow all the NFL games at once. If there is a sporting event that you want to see, chances are that you can view it at The Saloon.

We are easy to reach and just 3 ½ miles from Downtown Pittsburgh (South). Drive or take a short trip by public transportation (LRT or bus) to get to us on Washington Road in Mt. Lebanon. The Saloon is a great place to take a break, see friends, and have some fun. We hope to see you soon!

Located in Park Slope, Pacific Tavern is a purveyor of fine American dining from the esteemed Chef Billy Lang.

Photos by Nicole Franzen


Pacific Tavern opened in May 2010 and is located inside the Smith Hotel Brooklyn. Since then, Golden Spork winner Chef Lang has been serving both quality interpretations of classic dishes and daring new ventures into the uncharted territories of food.

Pacific Tavern's interior, designed by the award-winning Hayden Collective, reflects the hip sensibilities of the surrounding area while also paying tribute to Brooklyn's storied past. The multi-level restaurant offers the choice to observe passers-by in the glass-encased Cascade Bar on the 2nd floor, or watch the art of cooking as it occurs in the open-kitchen dining room.





622 Washington Road

Pittsburgh, Pa 15228



M-Th 4p–2a

Sa 12p-2a
Su 12p–2a