Hard Rock Cafe
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Hard Rock Café Pittsburgh: Established 1982 Though it used to be a steel mill town, Pittsburgh has become a high-tech metropolis that is ranked among the U.S.'s most livable cities. Famous for its friendly ethnic neighborhoods and downtown architecture, there is much to see and do for residents and visitors alike. Check out the great view of Mt. Washington and the Golden Triangle (downtown Pittsburgh where the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers meet to form the Ohio River). You can spend days just hanging out at Station Square with its wide array of shops and clubs. The Hard Rock Cafe Pittsburgh is located at Station Square between the Grand Concourse Restaurant and the Sheraton Station Square Hotel. A one-story building with an industrial ceiling and exposed-brick stage, the new HRC has indoor seating for 200 people with additional seating on our outdoor patio to accommodate 70 guests. The City of Champions welcomes you here with rock 'n' roll flair and the tastiest fare. Whether you're a Pirates or a Steelers fan, or none of the above, we'll make you feel like a winner at the HRC Pittsburgh!
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Bike Parking: Yes
Parking: Paid, Garage, Lot
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
Posted: 10/30/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Better bring your paycheck! If you plan to have a few drinks at the bar while you wait to be seated which usually takes a very long time, you better have a lot of money with you. We found the drinks to be ridiculously expensive. But I guess, this is the city. The food is ok, nothing to get terribly excited about. The nachos appetizer is pretty good. The burgers are ok. The service was quick and friendly and they did get our order right.
Posted: 8/30/2005Provided by Citysearch -
Sure the wait can be a while on the weekends, but how is that different from any other popular restaurant? The music and memorabilia make this a fun place to eat. Even while waiting, you can pass the time in the little shop or walk around and see all of the differents artists memorabilia, including The Beatles and KISS. The workers are very friendly and have always pleased me.
Posted: 5/2/2005Provided by Citysearch -
I've been to like 15 Hard Rocks, not by choice, but beacause my parents always made me go on vacations. When they put one in at Pittsburgh I never thought I would go, because I was not impressed with the food, the wait, or the service, in any of the cities I had gone to. Before homecoming everyone goes out to dinner and my friends wanted to go there. But, when we got there, we had to wait for like an hour to be seated and then they screwed up my food! By the time we finally got our food it was too late to send it back because we would be late for the dance... so I just went to homecoming hungry! If you're not a fan of over priced burgers I don't recommend this place! Also, if you're HUNGRY, don't go because you will wait for everything!