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About Grand Concourse
Thank you for choosing Grand Concourse, Pittsburgh's premier waterfront seafood restaurant. Our fresh seafood, impeccable service & breathtaking view will make your experience one to remember.
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Hours of Operation:
Lunch Grand Concourse:
Monday - Friday 11:00am - 4:00pm
Lunch Gandy Dancer Saloon:
Monday - Saturday 11:00am - 4:00pm
Dinner Grand Concourse:
Monday - Friday 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Saturday 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Sunday 4:00pm - 9:00pm
Brunch Grand Concourse:
Sunday 10:00am - 3:00pm
East Carson Street
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Enjoy our live piano entertainment in the main dining room 7 nights a week. Please call for up to date details.
Grand Concourse can accommodate any catering need. 3 private catering facilities available.
Valet parking is available for dinner. Public lot is also available.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Grand Concourse Ratings and Reviews
It was my and my friends first time at Grand concourse! We went for Sunday brunch buffet. The building is lovely, our server was great, and the food was great. Our favorite part was the donuts!! We went at a busy time so it was a little noisy but that's not really something that can be avoided. We were so full we didn't have dinner until almost 9pm!!
An excuse to overindulge on all the items that you have removed from your diet: sugar and fat. The donuts are every bit as good as advertised. The food is imaginative and plentiful. Lots of diners; lots of noise but overall a fun environment and a "must do" if you visit Pittsburgh.
We had not been here in about a year because it has been mediocre the last two times. Still has not changed. We were seated 10 minutes after our reservation. The waitress did come over right away. We ordered a bottle of wine and lemon for the water. Twenty minutes later, we received the wine, but no lemon. She then took our order. I reminded her about the lemon and she replied that she had to go to the back to get this, ten minutes later it came with our appetizer of lobster bites. They were tasty, but we have had better. We split the Martha vineyard salad, but had to do it ourselves at the table. My wife had the duck which was over cooked while the sweet potatoes were underdone. I had the surf and turf. The lobster was better than the steak itself. The asparagus wee cold. The worst thing was I was done prior to my wife and the waitress came over with the dessert menus and asked if we wanted any. It was obvious my wife was still eating, she spoke up and said, she was not done so we were not sure and the waitress said it was okay if she took her time to finish. Really? It was so nice of her to let my wife finish. Needless to say, it will be quite awhile again until we return.
We had an initial issue with one of the staff, but the manager quickly rectified the situation and the remainder of our evening was perfect. Service was attentive but not obtrusive and the seafood was wonderful - well-seasoned and perfectly cooked. Each of our group of five had a different entree and I would order any one of them again!
We also had a great view of downtown Pittsburgh across the river and watched the lights as it got dark outside. Spectacular!
We came to Pittsburgh to see my son and have an early birthday celebration. He recommended the attached pub , The Gandy Dancer. As mom, I had thoughts of fine dining and opted for the Grand Concourse. We were not disappointed. The appetizers were excellent. We had shrimp and calamari, both excellent. My husband had the crab cake, also a hit. The entrees also were excellent. I had scallops, tender and perfectly cooked. (I might have liked a bit more vegetables with it, but that is me). My son had the seafood trio and was quite content. Our waitor was new, to that restaurant, but not to the service industry. He was very professional. The only thing we had to request was the bread which should have come early. But that was not anything that put a damper on our night. Will definitely consider returning on a later visit.
The venue and service were very good but the food selection for the price??????, no eggs benedict, no crab legs, no oyster rockefeller, standard shrimp and mussels and you can have salmon five different ways, really, very disappointing. Unless someone else is buying I won't be back.
Food was actually much better than I had expected, the restaurant was actually chosen by the out-of-towners that heard about it. All our dinners were enjoyed by all. The staff was friendly and efficient. Beautiful ambiance very nice for a special occasion as well but not at all stuffy. I would recommend and return
My daughter and I love coming to the Grand Concourse, always. This time, our server was exceptional. The evening was more than I hoped for as we rarely have time to sit and chat. I liked that I could hear our conversation. Our drinks were exceptionally delicious. I always recommend coming to the Grand Concourse.
I lived in Pittsburgh years ago and was in town with my wife who never was it the city. The Grand Concourse is an iconic restaurant I enjoyed over 35 years ago. The restaurant is still beautiful but the food tasted like it was from a bad wedding or Applebees. It was not terrible, just very mediocre for a place that you expect something special from. Much better places to dine in Pittsburgh, I would suggest just having a drink there to take in the ambiance.
Elegant setting, but food very disappointing given the bill of almost $200 for a party of 3. (Only one glass of wine among us.) This was meant to be a special occasion for my granddaughter, who has just entered CMU. It was OK but just barely. I suggest a simple meal at lunchtime but not a dinner.
First time at Grand Concourse for Sunday Brunch. The restaurant was busy, but the staff was efficient so that lines were not long. Food was generally very good and choices were more than adequate. I would recommend Grand Concourse for Sunday Brunch, but go before 11. After that, restaurant gets pretty crowded.
The Sunday Buffet is still excellent.
The carved beef was almost edible without a knife---super tender! Your Bananas Foster is still the best anywhere. I have had this in several places around the country, and none can compare.
Also, I would be remiss if I did not mention your excellent coffee and valet service. Everything came together nicely.
Hi everyone, I wouldn't recommend this to my friends cause it's expensive but the food was great and the environment was very quiet and inviting. Again the food is amazing. Me and my fiancé have been here many times but this time was brunch and it was great. A little expensive but well worth it if you like a buffet breakfast.
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