1340 Lebanon Church Road
West Mifflin, PA 15236
Phone: (412) 653-6600
Fax: (412) 650-6011
Bars & Cafes
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
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.
Mitchell's Fish Market is an authentic and fresh seafood restaurant. The decor is simple with round glass windows and booth-like seating which adds to the comfort level. Mitchell's Fish Market is very careful about its sourced fish species and its quality. With over eighty choices, Mitchell's Fish Market's menu keeps changing almost daily, giving its patrons a reason to come back each time. Try some of their signature dishes like Shang Hai Seafood Sampler, Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail, Fish Market Trio and more. Pair your meal with wine from their impressive wine list. If you are health-conscious, Mitchell's Fish Market also has a Gluten-free menu with a number of choices on offer. Call ahead to make reservations.
This is the place to kick back, relax and down a beer. Cain's is a neighborhood bar, reminiscent of television's "Cheers." The bar is strewn with pool tables and dart boards. The kitchen serves pizzas, ribs and wings, while the bar has draft specials and microbrews. Tuesday is Ladies Night.
Excuses Bar and Grill has been a Pittsburgh favorite since opening in 1988. A gathering spot for the community, this watering hole is a great place to watch the live game on big screens. Enjoy a beer from their sizebale selection on tap that complements classic bar fare like chicken wings, jalapeno poppers, burgers, sandwiches and crab cakes. Their friendly bartenders ensure prompt service and a relaxed atmosphere. Grab a seat on their sidewalk or enjoy performances by local musicians indoors.
If you love to witness live music while sipping your cocktail, then this place is just for you. Located in the Southside Flats neighborhood, this hipster pub is jam-packed with youngsters having a great time. Theme nights, live music performances, spelling bees, karaoke and other small events are conducted regularly to entertain the crowd. A good range of alcoholic beverages including beers, cocktails and local brews are available here. Log on to their website to get a hint of the upcoming gigs and events.
Love Yogurt is a bright and casual little frozen yogurt joint. Come indulge your sweet tooth with one of their ample selection of flavors which rotate frequently and always reflect the seasons. From traditional flavors like strawberry and vanilla to more exotic flavors like green tea and taro, there is something to please every palate. They also have a large selection of treats to mix in to your yogurt from fresh fruit to the most decadent candy.
With classy, elegant interiors embellished with rich, dark wood furniture and just the right amount of lighting, Acacia makes the right moves from the very first time you set your foot here. If that wasn't enough, friendly staff, great music and professional barmen in their elements craft enticing concoctions that are sure to raise your spirits. Carefully mixed cocktails, a fine ambiance to match and extended happy hours are bound to keep you coming back for more.
Dish is a small restaurant on the South Side. The place is small, so it is always crowded and often filled with cigarette smoke, but the food makes it worth squeezing into the small dining room. Most patrons like to try a variety of small dishes, such as pasta e fagioli or a bowl of mussels. There is also a wonderful assortment of cheese and salami. Full bar service. See website for menus, specials, wine list, and event calendar.
Paparrazi is the kind of place where you will find twenty-somethings mingling with senior citizens. The two-story club serves delicious Italian and American dishes. Thursday through Sunday, live jazz bands get the place hopping. The theme is art deco, which makes the mirror-lined spiral staircase to the second-floor dining area a challenge after a few glasses of wine. When the weather is nice, patrons can dine outdoors. The restaurant also hosts private parties.
Smokin' Joe's attracts a mixed crowd, everything from college students to 30-something couples. The bar has one of the largest selections of domestic and imported beers in the Pittsburgh area. The drinks are served at a long bar that sports lots of wood and brass. The downstairs is always crowded, and somewhat noisy. The upstairs bar seems like a different place. It is much quieter and cozier. The back room on the first floor has competitive pool tables and dartboards. The full menu serves American dishes.