06 Apr Spotlight on Our Client: Fireside Public House in East Liberty (Demo)
If you’re caught in the never-ending battle of the “Where should we eat?” game, give it a rest and head over to the Fireside Public House in Pittsburgh’s East Liberty neighborhood. Choose to sit at the counter seats, uniquely designed around an “open fire” concept, where you can, quite literally, sit fireside and watch your food being prepared on a one-of-a-kind wood-fired Grillworks Grill. Or, you can choose to dine alfresco on the patio or sit at a comfy table inside.Wherever you choose to sit, you’ll be glad you came to Fireside Pub House, where the food’s always hot and the drinks are always flowing.
Wherever you choose to sit, you’ll be glad you came to Fireside Pub House, where the food’s always hot and the drinks are always flowing.
Don’t miss Taco Tuesdays at Fireside in East Liberty, where delicious wood-grilled tacos are just $4. Don’t eat meat? No problem! The Fireside Pub House offers a variety of taco combos to choose from, including a tasty black bean and avocado option.
Fireside’s menu also includes a number of hearty pub meals that are made even tastier by cooking atop the open fire. You can choose from grilled crab cakes, fireside burrito, Pittsburgh cheesesteak, and plenty of wood-grilled burgers.
For dessert, try to-die-for grilled skillet cake, NY cheesecake, or vanilla bean ice cream, straight from Dave and Andy’s Ice Cream in Oakland.
The Fireside Pub House is proud to support local Pittsburgh purveyors like Dave and Andy’s, as well as Butcher on Butler in Lawrenceville, Pierogies Plus in McKeesport, Olive and Marlowe in East Liberty, Moe’s Smoked Meats and Deli in Sarver, and others.
You’ll never go home thirsty from Fireside Public House. With an extensive list of cocktails and Pennsylvania craft brews, there’s a specialty drink for everyone here. Every Friday from 11:30am to midnight, enjoy $5 Faber Vodka cocktails like the Chocolate Martini, Raspberry Collins, and Pomegranate Cosmo.
If you’re more of a beer guy or gal, try some of the ‘Burgh’s favorite homebrewed ciders and ales, including Arsenal cider, Yuengling, East End ale, North Country ale, and Helltown IPAs.
The Fireside Pub House can also whip up a number of featured cocktails for you, or you can choose from a wide selection of wines, shots, and specialty liqueurs.
In addition to $4 Taco Tuesdays and $5 Faber Vodka Fridays, Fireside offers several other daily specials to keep things interesting:
- Mondays are Wing Night with Yuengling pints on special until 10pm. Enjoy half-priced wings from 6pm to 10pm.
- Tuesdays are Taco Tuesdays and Penn Brewery $4 pint days!
- Wednesdays are for wine! Starting at 5pm, Fireside offers a featured red and white wine for only $5 until 10pm.
- Thursdays are Burger and Flight Night, where Fireside features a flight menu that changes every week. They also feature two select burgers for only $10 from 5pm to 10pm.
- Fridays are $5 Faber Vodka days
If you haven’t paid a visit to the good people at Fireside Public House in East Liberty yet, do yourself a favor and schedule a dinner date or, even better, head over for an impromptu weekly special dinner deal and enjoy soul-warming wood-grilled food and refreshing drinks.
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