Price $27; Children's brunch menu available upon request $15
Choose one appetizer, entrée and dessert along with your choice of Bloody Mary, Fresh Basil Mimosa, Bluecoat Gin Sparkling Lemonade, Boyd & Blair White Russian, Strawberry Blush mocktail, fresh orange or grapefruit juice
Kendall-Jackson - Chardonnay / "Vintner's Reserve" / California
DeLoach Vineyards - Pinot Noir / California
Charles Smith Wines - Merlot / "The Velvet Devil" / Columbia Valley, Washington
Robert Mondavi - Meritage / "Private Selection" / North Coast, California
Terrazas Alto del Plata - Malbec / Mendoza, Argentina
Louis M. Martini - Cabernet Sauvignon / California
Columbia Crest - Cabernet Sauvignon / Columbia Valley, Washington
Red, White & Brew
$109; July 14, 2017 at 6pm
Maryland Blue Crab Salad
Toasted Sourdough Bread | Lemon Blueberry Butter
Chanterelles | Honey Tarragon Glaze. Suggested Pairing: Haraszthy Old Vine Zinfandel, Lodi, CA vs. Millennium, Belgian Style Trippel, Church Brew Works
Key West Spiny Lobster
Avocado | Mango | Key Lime Vinaigrette. Suggested Pairing: Just in Sauvignon Blanc, Paso Robles, CA vs. Pittsburgh Post, Grisette, Sour Ale With Pears, Church Brew Works
Gulf Shrimp & Grits
Wilted Baby Kale | Pork Belly. Suggested Pairing: Picket Fence Chardonnay, Russian River Valley, CA vs. Pious Monk Dunkel, Munic Dark Lager, Church Brew Works
Watermelon Shaved Ice with Blueberries
Carolina Style Pork Tenderloin | Texas Style Beef Brisket Slider | Kansas City Style Sous Vide Lamb Shoulder. Suggested Pairing: Lyeth Estate 'Fleur de Lyeth' Bourdeaux Blend, Sonoma, CA vs. 200 % Fit Smoked Doppelbock, Church Brew Works
Grilled Georgia Peach Cobbler "Alaska"
Suggested Pairing: Pacific Oasis Riesling, Columbia Valley, Washington vs. Thunder Juice, India Pale Ale with Blood Orange and Orange Zest, Church Brew Works
disclaimer:pricing and availability subject to change.
Voted “Best Hotel Dining” in 2009 & 2008 by the readers of the Pittsburgh City Paper, The Terrace Room offers a setting unlike any other. From the moment you step foot inside, you are captivated by the beauty of this incredible restaurant, with its original molded plaster ceiling, sweeping mahogany arches, and the striking back wall mural titled “The Taking of Fort Pitt”. The original name of the Restaurant when the hotel opened on March 9, 1916 was “The Italian Terrace”. Historic photographs of the room adorn the walls upon entry for your enjoyment.