Dating back to 1902 during the prime of Pittsburgh’s steel production, 51 Bridge Street was one of many locations in Pittsburgh that contributed to over half of our nation’s steel supply. After years of history, hammers, and hard work, The AM Group has taken the reins and plans to redevelop this site into one that pushes the bounds of technology and forward progress with its Tech Flex space.
Now making another splash at 51 Bridge Street in Etna, The AM Group is altering the current site into one focused on manufacturing new technology and developing robotics. A celebration with neighbors kicked off the excitement of the renovation. Here’s Etna, YaJagoff!
Alioto’s Italian Eatery and Sports Bar
Quality Italian cuisine or pub food, look no further than Alioto’s. From spaghetti to sandwiches, calzones to chicken fingers, buffalo wings to beer, and gooey pizza, Alioto’s has something to offer everyone. Located on the corner of Grant Ave. and Dewey St., Alioto’s is guaranteed to become one of your local favorites.
Cop Out Pierogies
Cop Out Pierogies is an absolute must-try in the Pittsburgh area offering the largest selection of pierogi fillings in Pittsburgh, and will create any flavor filling you can think of for a delicious, dough-wrapped treat. Flavors range from standard potato and cheese to seafood, from macaroni and cheese to pizza, and from buffalo chicken to cheeseburger, in addition to their sweet dessert pierogies. Located on 350 Butler Street, they also offer frozen pierogies to the public and sell 14 pierogies per dozen.
Dancing Gnome Brewery
Aside from a great name, Dancing Gnome Brewery is home to some of the most flavorful IPAs and unique beer varieties that Pittsburgh has to offer. Starting with their house pale ale ‘Lustra,’ Dancing Gnome has put in the time and research to come up with original and interesting beer flavors that will stimulate the senses and are dedicated to exploring the endless possibilities of brewing and crafting flavor. Dancing Gnome has a food truck that brings beer to locations all across the Pittsburgh area, along with their home base located at 925 Main Street in Pittsburgh, right in Sharpsburg.
Kiya Tomlin’s passion for fashion has allowed her to create a luxurious, comfortable, and versatile clothing line designed for women who want to express themselves through their wardrobe. Being a woman of many talents, Kiya Tomlin has curated clothing that brings out the confidence of the wearer while also emphasizing functionality and practicality. Situated on 388 Butler Street in Etna, she also accommodates pop-up fashion events.
Residing at 352 Butler Street, Pollak’s has been crafting fine chocolates since 1948 with homemade bars, truffles, dipped pretzels and more. Using only high-quality ingredients, recipes that have been passed down through three generations, and additional knowledge acquired over the years, there is not an item that Pollak’s sells that will disappoint. Pollak’s allows you to customize your own box of sweet treats, has hand-picked assortments , and a multitude of other options including chocolate pretzels, candies, marshmallows, and even bacon!
Porky’s Bar & Grill
34 Bridge Street is where you can find carnivore heaven, also known as Porky’s Bar and Grill. Porky’s has smoker specials for those who enjoy smoked meats and daily specials every day of the week, featuring meatloaf, burgers, chicken, tacos, and flatbreads Not only do they have meat, but they also offer 30 rotating taps of craft, import, and domestic bee and is also a great place to get Sunday brunch..
Rear End Gastropub & Garage
A new restaurant having their grand opening in late summer, Rear End Gastropub and Garage is the perfect place to splurge on some road trip-inspired eats. Specializing in burgers and sandwiches, this new venue represents the nostalgia and comfort of a cozy place to recharge during a long drive. It is located at 399 Butler Street in a former 1940’s-era service station to capture the aforementioned atmosphere, and features car parts and garage doors as part of the decor to emphasize the name.