110 North Main and Byers Ave
New Stanton, PA 15672
Phone: (724) 925-6755
Fax: (724) 925-3097
Bars & Cafes
The former derelict Greensburg Railway station has been renovated and redesigned to create a beautiful looking restaurant which not just serves flavorful food but also provides the perfect ambiance to enjoy it in. Lamb steaks, home-made Tater Tots, Deviled eggs are some of the popular dishes out here. Every dish is prepared with painstaking attention to detail and an intentional focus on the freshest of locally available ingredients. The Supper Club is not just a venue for romantic dates but also a quiet gathering of friends and family. Service is top notch and very much complements the overall appeal of this unique restaurant.
The Supper Club gives you a authentic 'farm-to-table' experience. From the breads, to the handmade spreads, everything is delicious and fresh. If you have never experienced a Chef's Table before, then this would be a good place to start. An online brochure is available for your reference. A take out menu, a kids menu and a great dessert menu are also available. Space on rent is available for private events too.
Aptly named, Keynote Cafe is a vibrant space with a great creative vibe. The walls are adorned with beautiful artworks from regional artists. The brainchild of Jill Sorrels, it is the hub for local musicians and bands, where every night the cafe opens from Thursday to Saturday, the music plays way into the night. This all-genre and all ages venue may be tiny in size but has definitely got a pool of talent. From acoustic shows to kids acts, you will enjoy the live entertainment. Some of their previous listings are Take One Car, Red Thorn, Down They Fall, Head North and Voices and Vessels.
Bud Murphy's is a local sports bar and restaurant that has been a part of the community for over 60 years. Bud Murphy's is best known for its fantastic pizza.
Rosecliff Tavern offers a friendly pub experience with great sandwiches, hoagies, and pizza to whet your appetite.
Nardi's is an elegant addition to the fine dining scene in Monroeville. The ambiance is quaint with blue and white decor and complement seating. The menu is dynamic with a lot of options. The pricing is not too high. Nardi's Fine Dining has a menu that has some delicious dishes on offer. Try the house salad, godfather's chicken, pasta and many more flavorful and tasty dishes. Call ahead to make a reservation.
Patrons of Abigails's can enjoy a fantastic selection of gourmet sandwiches, pastries, specialty coffee, frozen drinks and ice cream.
Sandbar gives patrons a taste of the beach throughout the summer. Located at Sandcastle water park, the bar has a hot tub that seats 100 and a large wading pool. The open-air bar has house music every night. Sundays are dedicated to the under-21 crowd. The bar also sponsors a variety of theme nights. See website for info and photos.
Dave and Buster's huge complex contains a restaurant, two bars, pool tables, Skeeball, shuffleboard, video games and Virtual World, which is something like a virtual-reality ride. The complex is the size of a warehouse and the perfect playground for adults, although you will find a lot of children running around as well. The food is American cuisine and served until "it quiets down." The bars are well stocked with beer, wines and mixed drinks. The place is always packed and noisy. On most nights there is an hour wait for dinner.
The Café transforms food into an art form, with unique soups and salads, delectable specialties, and divine desserts. The menu varies according to the season, as it uses herbs and vegetables grown on-site. This charming eatery has twice won the 'best lunch' honor, awarded by the Pittsburgh Magazine. This joint is quite possibly Pittsburgh's best kept secret.
McGinnis Sisters is a large store that will accommodate all your food shopping needs. It has everything necessary to create delicious home-cooked meals. The store also accepts orders on-line and offers home delivery. Catering is also available. The store hosts afternoon teas every Sunday at 1pm. The tables are set with Battenburg lace and French china. Diners are served sandwiches, croissants, scones and quiche. Regular teas are $13.49 per person. Special teas usually cost slightly more, and reservations are required for teas. See website for menus, reservations, online shopping, and a schedule of classes and events.Open Hour Format Changed
Squirrel Hill Cafe is a small neighborhood bar that attracts locals as well as people from the music scene. The bar, usually filled with cigarette smoke, is better known as the Squirrel Cage. The drinks are slightly pricey and the place isn't very big, but the regulars refuse to go anywhere else. Happy hour is 4pm-6pm Monday through Friday.