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If it was my last day ever in Pittsburgh, this is where I'd go. My favorite place to have a beer
Clam chowder and fish
Their fish is delicious of course. But don't forget to have some fresh buttermilk and a fried oyster.
This place is very tasty and have great prices. Where else in a major city in this country can you get scallops and two side dishes for under $9?
Although it's a historic restaurant that's 140 years old, it's really amazing how the food has kept this place alive. Food is all frozen, breaded, and fried. Not good. Not tasty. Don't go!
Oldest bar in Pittsburgh. They have outside eating and it's right in market square, Trendy part of town. Our waitress was the sweetest the food was decent. The decor is old loved it not much update
That bottle with the hot peppers looks deadly. It just vinegar. Very tasty on your fish sandwich.
Get the buttermilk. Put some black pepper in it.
Not much of a oyster house Should of figured for Pittsburgh
Classic fried oysters and a great fish sandwich. The best part are the pictures on the wall. Since 1870.
Bottle beer 15 months out of date? Really??
They just put in seafood and chicken wraps that are surprisingly tasty! And reasonably priced. AND they just started selling chowder by the quartz to go!!
Control your own destiny by building your own seafood platter. Be sure to include fish, a crabcake, and some famous oysters!
No credit cards?! What is this, Bedrock?
World's greatest new England clam chowder
Great food! Use the spicy malt vinagar
Ask for Franny if you get a waitress, she is the bomb
Weren't the most friendly and I've had better ice cream
If anyone has something bad to say about this place they must have horrible taste buds
Don't wait until Lent to visit, eat here year round!
We ordered the monster fish sandwich, which is basically a whole filet balanced on a bun. Go one step down with the jumbo unless you haven't eaten in a week!
This rusticly yummy place is 140 years old! It is Pittsburgh's oldest Bar and Restaurant & is an official Historic Landmark. When it first opened in1870, oyster were 1 penny & beer was 10 cents!
Don't eat all day, then order the Monster Fish Sandwich!
Love me some Pittsburgh Taters w/cheese seasoning!!!