Market Street Ale House

★★★★☆
  • 1 Market St # 3

    Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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  • 412-745-2337

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I used to go to this place daily, but no more. The kitchen is always out of menu items, last week no burgers, chicken or salads. The beer list is a joke, it looks good but go ahead and order something, bet they don't have it. I asked for eight different beers with no luck, I had to settle for an IC light and they only had 3 of them in house. It's sad to see what has happened there, not sure what ownership is thinking. To top it off they have not paid their drink tax since last June, what the heck are they doing with my 10% tax I paid on my drinks?

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★☆☆☆☆

I used to go to this place daily, but no more. The kitchen is always out of menu items, last week no burgers, chicken or salads. The beer list is a joke, it looks good but go ahead and order something, bet they don't have it. I asked for eight different beers with no luck, I had to settle for an IC light and they only had 3 of them in house. It's sad to see what has happened there, not sure what ownership is thinking. To top it off they have not paid their drink tax since last June, what the heck are they doing with my 10% tax I paid on my drinks?

Pros: Occasionally have beer and food

Cons: only occasionally have beer and food

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I'm not sure if the last reviewer cares much about beer but the Ale House has a huge selection of beer. I was just there for lightup night and the beer selection surpassed my hopes. They had about 12 different Dogfish brews alone including all of the super strong ones (120 minute, worldwide, old school, raison d' extra, midas touch) they also had over 30 belgian bottles and 5 belgian taps. If you are a real beer drinker that knows their beer this is the place to go. It is reasonably priced as well.

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★★★★★

I'm not sure if the last reviewer cares much about beer but the Ale House has a huge selection of beer. I was just there for lightup night and the beer selection surpassed my hopes. They had about 12 different Dogfish brews alone including all of the super strong ones (120 minute, worldwide, old school, raison d' extra, midas touch) they also had over 30 belgian bottles and 5 belgian taps. If you are a real beer drinker that knows their beer this is the place to go. It is reasonably priced as well.

Pros: alot of beer, ambience

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The selling point to the Ale House is definitely the beer selection. I was surprised, though, to find that it is quite average when compared to many other Pittsburgh beer bars. If you are a beer drinker who values selection, you may be disappointed here. Other than that, the food is pretty bad. Each time I have gone I have tried something different and every time it is really quite bad. It reminds of what you might get on a river cruise, or a minor league baseball game. Other than that, the service is also lacking unless you are sitting at the bar (the bartenders tend to be good). So, if you are downtown and you must have your Delirium Tremens, then go. But eat someplace else first and sit at the bar the Ale House.

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★★★☆☆

The selling point to the Ale House is definitely the beer selection. I was surprised, though, to find that it is quite average when compared to many other Pittsburgh beer bars. If you are a beer drinker who values selection, you may be disappointed here. Other than that, the food is pretty bad. Each time I have gone I have tried something different and every time it is really quite bad. It reminds of what you might get on a river cruise, or a minor league baseball game. Other than that, the service is also lacking unless you are sitting at the bar (the bartenders tend to be good). So, if you are downtown and you must have your Delirium Tremens, then go. But eat someplace else first and sit at the bar the Ale House.

Pros: Beer selection is decent

Cons: Food, service

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They have a beer selection that rivals the best in Pittsburgh. They also have great happy hours, a nice mix of people and some good specials like $2 LaBatt and Rolling Rock on Fridays. If you find yourself downtown you should try to stop. Just look for Jenny Lee Bakery and the Ale House is upstairs right in Market Square.

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★★★★★

They have a beer selection that rivals the best in Pittsburgh. They also have great happy hours, a nice mix of people and some good specials like $2 LaBatt and Rolling Rock on Fridays. If you find yourself downtown you should try to stop. Just look for Jenny Lee Bakery and the Ale House is upstairs right in Market Square.

Pros: Beer selection, View, Staff/service

Cons: Downtown location

 

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