Sharp Edge Beer Emporium

★★★★★
  • 302 S Saint Clair St

    Pittsburgh, PA 15206

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  • 412-661-3537

About Sharp Edge Beer Emporium

Hours
Mon. - Thu. 11am - 12pm;Fri. - Sat. 11am - 1am;Sun. 11am - 9pm

Food

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One of my favorite spots to go with a large group. The servers are always accommodating and polite. Also, really tasty food and a huge variety of beer. This is a great bar all around!

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★★★★★

One of my favorite spots to go with a large group. The servers are always accommodating and polite. Also, really tasty food and a huge variety of beer. This is a great bar all around!

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The beer selection is the only saving grace for this place!\r
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Five of my friends and I decided to have dinner on a Thursday night... The host seemed "annoyed" by our request for 6 and we discussed amoungst ourselves if we should split

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The beer selection is the only saving grace for this place!\r
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Five of my friends and I decided to have dinner on a Thursday night... The host seemed "annoyed" by our request for 6 and we discussed amoungst ourselves if we should split

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Best selection of beer in the city by far. They focus on Belgian imports, but their domestic microbrew selection is also vast. They also have a really good happy hour where all Belgian drafts are half-price; a good thing because the

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★★★★★

Best selection of beer in the city by far. They focus on Belgian imports, but their domestic microbrew selection is also vast. They also have a really good happy hour where all Belgian drafts are half-price; a good thing because the

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The Sharp Edge is my favorite place in Pittsburgh... the folks below are right...

The food is good, the beer is absolutely awesome and the service usually stinks. The servers are typically a little rude and screw up quite often... it's funny that normally I would be mad at this but at the Sharp Edge it's sort of the culture... you just sort of adapt and enjoy your beer. The beer is the focus and the bartenders are on point at all times... Eating outside in the summertime is great too... nice deck. Trust me.. the positives outweight the negatives... it's a great place. By the way... ignore the comment about the portions. There prices are good and the portions are, as usual in the US, more food than necessary.

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★★★☆☆

The Sharp Edge is my favorite place in Pittsburgh... the folks below are right...

The food is good, the beer is absolutely awesome and the service usually stinks. The servers are typically a little rude and screw up quite often... it's funny that normally I would be mad at this but at the Sharp Edge it's sort of the culture... you just sort of adapt and enjoy your beer. The beer is the focus and the bartenders are on point at all times... Eating outside in the summertime is great too... nice deck. Trust me.. the positives outweight the negatives... it's a great place. By the way... ignore the comment about the portions. There prices are good and the portions are, as usual in the US, more food than necessary.

Pros: Awesome beer. Burgers are great

Cons: Service

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It's a fun place BUT THE SERVICE IS HORRENDOUS... we waited 20 minutes before we even got the waiter to come over.... he MESSED up my order bigtime... had to wait even longer for my meal after everyone else's arrived.... and the fries were cold.... absolutely horrendous.. The last time i went there, we also waited a while before the waitress came over.... bad service is a common complaint among patrons at Sharp Edge.. it's a shame that such a well-known and fun establishment can't manage to hire better workers.... it really makes them look bad... oh well hopefully the owner will do something about it.

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★★☆☆☆

It's a fun place BUT THE SERVICE IS HORRENDOUS... we waited 20 minutes before we even got the waiter to come over.... he MESSED up my order bigtime... had to wait even longer for my meal after everyone else's arrived.... and the fries were cold.... absolutely horrendous.. The last time i went there, we also waited a while before the waitress came over.... bad service is a common complaint among patrons at Sharp Edge.. it's a shame that such a well-known and fun establishment can't manage to hire better workers.... it really makes them look bad... oh well hopefully the owner will do something about it.

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If you are looking for a Chimay, this is the place- lambics and other great Belgian beers abound. However, the menu is trying to be a gastropub, and the portions (for what they charge) are terrible. Great beer cannot make up for horrendous service- from extremely long wait times for food to absent-minded and rude servers, the Sharp Edge has seen better days. It's resting on it's laurels- it is one of the best places in the Northeast to get a great selection of Belgians, imports, and micros, but there are better places to actually enjoy a meal.

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★★☆☆☆

If you are looking for a Chimay, this is the place- lambics and other great Belgian beers abound. However, the menu is trying to be a gastropub, and the portions (for what they charge) are terrible. Great beer cannot make up for horrendous service- from extremely long wait times for food to absent-minded and rude servers, the Sharp Edge has seen better days. It's resting on it's laurels- it is one of the best places in the Northeast to get a great selection of Belgians, imports, and micros, but there are better places to actually enjoy a meal.

Pros: Excellent Belgian selection

Cons: Service, menu

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You know a place is serious about beer, when they have a beer menu alphabetized by country of origin. There are beers for everyone here. Belgians, stoudt, lager, ale, pilsner, double bock, abby ale, nitrogenateds, and flavored lambics. Many of the Belgians are available on draft (approximately 25) and are half-price during happy hour. Can't decide??? Try a taster rack of Belgians, nitrogenateds, or micro-drafts.
The food is creative and inspired by the beers. Soups, pizzas, chicken and beef entrees often include a traditional Belgian brew as one of the primary ingredients.
For a less messy alternative to wings, try the buffalo bites with your choice among 5 or 6 sauces. Pomme frittes (french fries) with assorted dipping sauces go great with beer as well.
P.S. Don't go there and ask for Bud, Coors, Michelob, etc... they will find that laughable.

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★★★★★

You know a place is serious about beer, when they have a beer menu alphabetized by country of origin. There are beers for everyone here. Belgians, stoudt, lager, ale, pilsner, double bock, abby ale, nitrogenateds, and flavored lambics. Many of the Belgians are available on draft (approximately 25) and are half-price during happy hour. Can't decide??? Try a taster rack of Belgians, nitrogenateds, or micro-drafts.
The food is creative and inspired by the beers. Soups, pizzas, chicken and beef entrees often include a traditional Belgian brew as one of the primary ingredients.
For a less messy alternative to wings, try the buffalo bites with your choice among 5 or 6 sauces. Pomme frittes (french fries) with assorted dipping sauces go great with beer as well.
P.S. Don't go there and ask for Bud, Coors, Michelob, etc... they will find that laughable.

Pros: nonsmoking room, fun for small groups

Cons: crowded, can be loud, small parking lot

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My husband and his friends usually head out to watch the Football game at local or city Pubs. So, one day I asked where do you guys go. He said out in Pittsburgh. OH, I said how about inviting the wifes for once. He agreed to (to my surprise), so this time all of the hubbies and wifes headed out to Sharp's Edge on St. Clair St, off of Baum Blvd in Pittsburgh, about 20 minutes from where we live in Robinson Twp. We had a great time and the food was great. To, top it off we watched the Game on the clearest large screen. The Bartender said it was in HDTV. The other sports bars like Damon's lacked in clarity and sound. We wasted our money there. But at Sharp's Edge the audio was even and easily heard, even during all of the cheering on for the Steelers.

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★★★★★

My husband and his friends usually head out to watch the Football game at local or city Pubs. So, one day I asked where do you guys go. He said out in Pittsburgh. OH, I said how about inviting the wifes for once. He agreed to (to my surprise), so this time all of the hubbies and wifes headed out to Sharp's Edge on St. Clair St, off of Baum Blvd in Pittsburgh, about 20 minutes from where we live in Robinson Twp. We had a great time and the food was great. To, top it off we watched the Game on the clearest large screen. The Bartender said it was in HDTV. The other sports bars like Damon's lacked in clarity and sound. We wasted our money there. But at Sharp's Edge the audio was even and easily heard, even during all of the cheering on for the Steelers.

Pros: Food, Entertainment, Clean Atmosphere

Cons: hours

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WoW,

I enjoyed the food and its' atmosphere. The service was great and the burger and side dishes were very satisfying. Most of all, they had a large 8 foot wide screen with great audio near the bar area. The location is private but yet comfortably accessible. I enjoyed watching the games on the screen in HDTV format. I have not yet been in a location that provided such great quality video on such a large front projection screen. The other sport bars that I have been to had large screen televisions, however, the visuals were very blurry and discolored and the audio sucked. This is a great place to go.

2
★★★★★

WoW,

I enjoyed the food and its' atmosphere. The service was great and the burger and side dishes were very satisfying. Most of all, they had a large 8 foot wide screen with great audio near the bar area. The location is private but yet comfortably accessible. I enjoyed watching the games on the screen in HDTV format. I have not yet been in a location that provided such great quality video on such a large front projection screen. The other sport bars that I have been to had large screen televisions, however, the visuals were very blurry and discolored and the audio sucked. This is a great place to go.

Pros: Food, Service, Large Screen TV

Cons: Increase open hours

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I've lived in the area for several years and didn't know until recently where this great neighborhood place was hidden.
Went for dinner last week with husband and 2 yr old son hoping for a kid-friendly atmosphere...and that's just what we found.
Duck sausage and brie on foccacia was unusual but very tasty. It was washed down with a delicious Belgian beer (way too many names to ever remember). Husband had the lamb burger...excellent. Sweet potatoe fries were fresh and crispy. Staff was not rattled by a request to substitute a small bowl of pasta in lieu of the children's offerings for my son.
Would recommend for a relaxing evening out.

2
★★★★☆

I've lived in the area for several years and didn't know until recently where this great neighborhood place was hidden.
Went for dinner last week with husband and 2 yr old son hoping for a kid-friendly atmosphere...and that's just what we found.
Duck sausage and brie on foccacia was unusual but very tasty. It was washed down with a delicious Belgian beer (way too many names to ever remember). Husband had the lamb burger...excellent. Sweet potatoe fries were fresh and crispy. Staff was not rattled by a request to substitute a small bowl of pasta in lieu of the children's offerings for my son.
Would recommend for a relaxing evening out.

Pros: good food, kid-friendly

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the beer selection is beyond belief especially the belgians. All are fresh, poured inthe correct glassware and the sampler for 12bucks is a great way to start.

The food, on the other hand is not so great. Ordered an abbey burger with alebraised onions and their belgian frites. Burger was cold and the frties were limp sioggy and cold.

the other downside is that apparently everyone still smokes in pittsburgh whic hmakes it tough to stay there long

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★★★★★

the beer selection is beyond belief especially the belgians. All are fresh, poured inthe correct glassware and the sampler for 12bucks is a great way to start.

The food, on the other hand is not so great. Ordered an abbey burger with alebraised onions and their belgian frites. Burger was cold and the frties were limp sioggy and cold.

the other downside is that apparently everyone still smokes in pittsburgh whic hmakes it tough to stay there long

Pros: belgians, caskconditioned, their own parking lot

Cons: cold food, cigarettes

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I guarentee that every person who dislikes this bar is somebody who goes in expecting a coors light and upset because they have DogfishHead 90minIPA on tap, but not IC Light.
These people do not belong at the Edge. It is a great bar, with great beer and great food for those who are into that. Sorry if it cant be converted to your usual crap dive with choice of coors, bud and yuengling. It is for the exotic.

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★★★★★

I guarentee that every person who dislikes this bar is somebody who goes in expecting a coors light and upset because they have DogfishHead 90minIPA on tap, but not IC Light.
These people do not belong at the Edge. It is a great bar, with great beer and great food for those who are into that. Sorry if it cant be converted to your usual crap dive with choice of coors, bud and yuengling. It is for the exotic.

Pros: Beer, Friendly staff, Helpful staff

Cons: Staff a little slow

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If you want to have regular beer from the big brewers, ship this place. If you want great beers from all over the world and the best US micros and craft brewers, you're in the right place. There are brews here that you never could imagine having access to in the US or a town the size of Pittsburgh. The staaf is great and the pizza is out of this world. The rest of the food is good also. This is a great place to relax and kick back. Kristy the bartender or Saturday is great.

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★★★★★

If you want to have regular beer from the big brewers, ship this place. If you want great beers from all over the world and the best US micros and craft brewers, you're in the right place. There are brews here that you never could imagine having access to in the US or a town the size of Pittsburgh. The staaf is great and the pizza is out of this world. The rest of the food is good also. This is a great place to relax and kick back. Kristy the bartender or Saturday is great.

Pros: Variety, Friendly, Fun

 

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