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The Church Brew Works

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This converted 1902 Catholic church offers a variety of brewed-on-site ales and lagers (the brewing equipment sits front-and-center, on what was once the altar) and a satisfying menu. The original stained-glass windows are still in place. Buffalo-and-wild-mushroom meat loaf, wood-fired pizzas, black pepper glazed pork chops, and pierogies are on the menu. The wide central aisle and kid-friendly menu make it a good place to come with children.

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    A Pittsburgh Landmark

    I tell my friends and family all of the time, when you are in Pittsburgh you have to stop at the Church Brew Works. If you do not go early you will have a bit of a wait, but it is well worth it. The portions are very large and sharing is possible. I had the Pittsburgh salad everytime I was here and was never able to finish it. It can be very noisy because there is really nothing that can absorb the sound. It you suck it up and stay, you are in for a truly heavenly meal.

    by BastetTheIdol, 10/22/07

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