With classy, elegant interiors embellished with rich, dark wood furniture and just the right amount of lighting, Acacia makes the right moves from the very first time you set your foot here. If that wasn't enough, friendly staff, great music and professional barmen in their elements craft enticing concoctions that are sure to raise your spirits. Carefully mixed cocktails, a fine ambiance to match and extended happy hours are bound to keep you coming back for more.
Located on the Monterey Street in the North Side, the Monterey Pub is one of the most popular night haunts in the city. The quintessential Irish pub recreates a casual, friendly magic that one expects from such an establishment. Offering excellent drinks and a fantastic menu comprised of popular pub grub, the Monterey Pub makes for a great night out with friends without lightening your wallet. There is also a Kiddie Menu, so you may bring your little one in tow.
Casbah is a Mediterranean eatery that is inspired by French, Greek, Italian, Spanish, Turkish, and North African cuisine. The menu is a la carte, and changes frequently. Patrons will enjoy the Lamb Tagine and the fresh seafood. The restaurant also has an extensive wine list, and spotlights a different wine each night of the week.
The Club Cafe has created a unique mixture of coffee shop and nightclub in one small room, and features live music every night. Music ranges from rock to jazz to blues to funk. With art deco booths and translucent bars the decor comes together to create a 1940s-50s feel. The food is a bit different than what is found in the average bar. Patrons love the roasted red potatoes with Gorgonzola dip and the prosciutto and goat cheese. All shows are 21 and up only.
Jack's likes to proclaim that it never closes. The place is open every day of the year, even on Christmas and Thanksgiving. The bar, which opened 90 years ago, earned its reputation when it stayed open during Prohibition and served bootleg beer. Today the bar serves local microbrews such as Iron City. The back room has a few pool tables and dartboards. The weekday crowd is mostly from the neighborhood, but weekends are packed with college students and young professionals.
Located in the Strip district of Pittsburgh, Cruze Bar is quite popular among the gay community of the city. With a huge area of 6000 square feet (557.41 square meters), this hip club serves a good range of drinks and is great for dancing. The electric music, combined with an occasional live event, makes this place a great night-spot for youngsters. The staff is friendly and the service is decent. Drop by on a weekend with a bunch of friends and enjoy the foot-thumping music while you sip your cocktails.