Hopefully you’ve seen the posts and heard the news — it’s Pittsburgh Restaurant Week! Foodies can enjoy a week of custom menus and discounted prices to try the restaurants you’ve been meaning to but haven’t gotten to yet. 

Pittsburgh Restaurant Week Station
Photo Credit: Station, Facebook

One place that should be high on your Restaurant Week list is Station. Located in Bloomfield, this gastropub stands out with a sleek black exterior. The industrial pub-feel fits in perfectly with the city. Station offers small plates, homemade pasta, steak, and seafood. They also a vegan sloppy joe that you need to try. 

Pittsburgh Restaurant Week Station
Photo Credit: Station, Facebook

We love Station because they have everything you need whether you’re getting lunch, stopping by for brunch, sitting down for a nice dinner, or grabbing drinks in The Bar Room. Their Restaurant Week menu is just as versatile with lunch and dinner two-course menus. 

Plus, Station delivers! Thank goodness for Grubhub and DoorDash on those long workdays, right? 

We’re also passionate about the creative cocktails at Station. Their cocktail menu takes traditional mixed drinks to the next level. 

Pittsburgh Restaurant Week Station
Photo Credit: Station, Facebook

Station is also a good option to consider if you’re hosting a large party. You can reserve half of the dining room, separated by a silk curtain, for small scale dinners and luncheons. For a larger space, you can also rent the full dining room or even the entire restaurant. 

Pittsburgh Restaurant Week Station
Photo Credit: Station, Facebook

For a more historic vibe, you can take advantage of The Bar Room with a steel-top bar and high-top tables. Take the time during Restaurant Week to try out the menu and get a sense of the space if you’re considering a venue for a graduation, birthday party, or rehearsal dinner. 

Head to Station from January 13-19 for their Winter Restaurant Week lunch and dinner menu. 

This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.
Emily Munk

A Pittsburgh transplant, Emily moved to the city in 2016. She loves traveling, training for races, finding new places to eat (all for you, MadeinPGH readers), doing anything in the cultural district, and volunteering with Pittsburgh Young Professionals. In addition to being a MadeinPGH contributor, she is the senior content marketer for a Fortune 500 supply chain solutions company.

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