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Burgh's Pizza & Wing Pub

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BA SCORE
91
outstanding

15 Ratings
Ratings: 15
Reviews: 13
rAvg: 4.03
pDev: 5.46%
Taps: 28
Bottles: 115
Cask: N
Beer-to-Go: N
[ Bar, Eatery, Store ]

533 Washington Ave
Bridgeville, Pennsylvania, 15017-2072
United States
phone: (412) 257-8767

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(Place added by: beergeek279)
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Photo of bristoljohn
4.5/5  rDev +11.7%

bristoljohn, Mar 06, 2014
Photo of ejimhof
3.75/5  rDev -6.9%

ejimhof, Oct 09, 2013
Photo of kuche
4.13/5  rDev +2.5%

Great Pizza, great wings, great beer. They just started offering growlers at very low prices. As others have said, the service can be spotty, especially when there is a wait. The service at the bar is always top notch, if you can find a spot.
The best beer bar in Bridgeville and perhaps in the south hills.
The reason why I like Burgh's is that they have a couple of standard beers, but they rotate most of their lines so it is a great place to try out new seasonal varieties and other craft beers.

kuche, Aug 10, 2011
Photo of IronCitySteve
4/5  rDev -0.7%

This place is a nice place for pizza, wings and beer. The food is your typical bar type food. The pizza is extremely good as are the wings. The bar and restaurant area can be extrmely crowded on the weekend.

The beer selection of tap is decent. They have about 30 beers on tap, but nothing that blows you away. Most of your standards, Guiness, Hoegaarden, Smithwicks, Labatts, Coors, Bud and Yuengling. Some craft beers from Victory, Thirsty Dog, Otter Creek and Anderson Valley.

They have a better bottle selection with some Brooklyn, Sam Adams, Chimay, Boulder, DFH, Victory, Penn, Erie Brewing, Rogue, Troegs and Bells.

A nice place for beer and pizza. Get there early to get a seat or go during the middle of the week.

IronCitySteve, Nov 14, 2010
Photo of mgbickel
3.78/5  rDev -6.2%

I would qualify this place as more of a sports bar than a beer bar.

The front restaurant area is more sports bar like and the back bar is more local pub like. They also have a private room for rent (with a separate bar), which is nice.

The beer selection is moderate...better than the average bar for sure, but not on par with other "beer" bars. The tap selection is above average while the bottles are slightly below (3 coolers).

The food is good if not great here. The best value is to stop in at lunch to enjoy the buffet...lots of salads, pizzas and wings to choose from.

If you are looking for a great place to have beer, food and sports, this is the place. You will not be blown away from their vast selection of brews, but much, much better than most sports bars in the region.

mgbickel, Dec 07, 2009
Photo of scoob8000
4.22/5  rDev +4.7%

This has been one of our favorite jaunts for the past year or so. It's also the bar/restaurant that got me into the micro/craft beer scene and brought me to Beeradvocate.

That said, one of my only complaints is the long wait for a table. The food and beer selection is well worth the wait.

If you've never been here, be sure to put your name on the waiting list. Hostess are notorious for not seeking out folks walking in the door.

Beer selection is pretty impressive for this type of place. They have a good selection of beers on tap as well as bottles.

Despite that, it is definitely more restaurant than it is a bar.

But it's still a bar, on the bar side expect loud music and annoying drunks. It is also a non-smoking establishment.

Service is usually pretty good, but occasionally you will have a new server or a sever covering two sections.

The food is always excellent! Prices are pretty average, but I'm listing them as inexpensive because all of the portions are a very good size for the cost.

Menu selection is also pretty surprising for newcomers. Most hear the name and think it's a simple bar/pizza shop.

scoob8000, May 21, 2009
Photo of sonicdescent
3.88/5  rDev -3.7%

Atmosphere..this is a bar. It gets quite packed, but seems there is always space at the bar. Nothing really outstanding, but no complaints either.

Quality is good, tap lines are clean, correct glassware is used.

Service was good. Can't comment on beer, but a mistake was made with my food and it wasn't an issue at all.

Selection is only slightly above average, one of the lesser places in the area, but the sighting of a Big Black Voodoo Daddy placeholder gave me hope that they are stocking more than the bare minimum selection. Decent and varied selection of tap beers as well.

Food is quite good, had an italian hoagie that was insanely good, wife got wings which are prepared the only way I can say I approve of. Non-breaded, crispy, and swimming in sauce.

Value is a mixed bag, food is very reasonable and worth it, but beer is all over the place. I've seen prices that make me wonder either way how they could be so relatively cheap on one thing and expensive on another.

I would absolutely go back here, but the beer selection zealot in me would just as soon have me at McGrogan's and the Sharp Edge.

sonicdescent, May 19, 2009
Photo of Stinkypuss
3.55/5  rDev -11.9%

A. Your typical resteraunt pub. With a large bar area (two bars actually)

Q. Most everything there is good.

S. Also leaves something to be desired. Have had problems getting seating there a few times, pretty rude woman "greeted" us and it was like pulling teeth for them to pull a few tables together.

S. Selection is fair, with a good amount on tap. They have a decent amount of crappy beer but also redeem themselves with a lot of good beer too. Good amount of seasonals and craft.

F. The food there is really really good. I used to cook there. The wings are the best in town, as is the pizza.

Value: Pretty good for the money. Beer prices stack up favorably when compared to other places. A good place to drink.

Stinkypuss, Aug 01, 2008
Photo of Alkey
3.9/5  rDev -3.2%

This was my last stop on my tour of the Bridgeville hot spots. My friend and I park along the side in a near parking lot and went through one of the side doors that opened up to the first bar and some seating. We continued on past that towards the front where there was another bar and a bit more seating. The draft and bottle selection was decent and I had a couple of East End Brewery The Bitter End on tap which was a plus. We also had the white pizza which was very good. Overall a good experience but a somewhat boring atmosphere.

Alkey, Jan 26, 2007
Photo of asabreed
4.13/5  rDev +2.5%

I'd heard about this place from my girlfriend's dad but was initially skeptical for some reason, so we didn't go at that point. Yesterday, however, we finally went, and it was a pretty good experience.

The atmosphere is pretty family-oriented, almost like Bado's in a way if you've been there. But there's a lot of open space too, which is good so there's room to move around. We weren't in the taproom, so I can't say what that was like, but we were in the more open area, which was still cool. We were also in the no smoking section too.

I suppose the place could've been decorated better, but it maintains its perceived look via the name: it looks like a pizza and wing joint, and they seem to be proud of it, which is fine with me. It has the normal setup with booths and tables, just like what you'd think a pizza joint would look like.

Only... they have a pretty kickass selection of draught beer. A decent amount of Belgians such as Gulden Draak, Kasteel Triple, Delirium Tremens and some other American micros like DFH and Bell's. Overall a great selection. I got a Gulden Draak and a Kasteel Triple, and bother were served in their proper brewer's glasses, which was impressive. I know they have other bottled beers too, but I was all about the draughts at that point.

We got some wings and a pizza that was representative, I think, of the early days of Italy, thin crust with tomatoes, basil, oregano, and some other things. It was very good. I've had better wings, but they were pretty tasty too. It took what seemed like longer than normal for the food to come out, but that was alright as we were in no hurry. But the waitress was pleasant and efficient also. Top it off with reasonable prices, and you have a pretty cool place to check out. I'll definitely be going back at some point next time I'm up in this neck of the woods.

asabreed, Nov 24, 2005
Photo of cupbeerman
4/5  rDev -0.7%

Burgh's has about twenty taps in two rooms. Most of the craft beer is held in a room called the Tap Room. The selection includes about sixteen craft beer selections and four macros. The bar is set up in a square with about sixteen bar stools. The current tap selections are available on a wall chart that looks very similar to the one that Fatheads uses. The selection usually includes four or five Belgians, with these selections rotating. The usually always have Erie Railbender available as well. They also have a bottle selection which consists of one cooler, and has many Belgians and other craft beer. The beer is served in the correct glassware, and served at proper temperatures. The service is good, the bartenders usually serve the beer fairly quickly, and they are friendly.

The atmosphere is of a typical sports bar, with many people watching the game. The food is good, they make extremely good pizza, but I was not overly impressed with the wings.

Burgh's is a place worth stopping into, if you don't want to go into town. However they do have a ten dollar limit on credit card purchases.

cupbeerman, Apr 12, 2004
Photo of beergeek279
4.1/5  rDev +1.7%

Atmosphere: Burgh's is within an office building in Bridgeville's downtown. They have two rooms: a front room that has a bar with only a few macro taps (along with a nice cooler), and the back room, the Tap Room. The Tap Room features a wall list similar to Fathead's, and has a pool table, a couple video games and pinball machines, and electronic dartboard. The Tap Room can get quite busy on weekend nights with a nice, young clientele. Though it seems most are drinking macros (though to be fair, it's hard to tell a macro from a light micro), a few lovers of craft beer can be found here.

Quality/Selection: The Tap Room has 20-25 taps, 3 or 4 of which are macros (in addition to the macros in the other room). The rest include 3 or 4 nitro taps, with beers like Guinness and Speckled Hen on, a couple nice micros (Erie Railbender, Sierra Nevada, Anchor, Great Lakes, etc), and even 4 taps of Belgians, beers such as Corsendonk, Gulden Draak, Delirium Tremens. The bottle cooler has a few nice surprises as well, with a nice selection of micros, as well as Belgians like Lindeman's Framboise, Saison du Pont, and Corsendonk.

Service: The service here seems to be up to standards. Though it's a bit crowded, I've never waited abnormally long. When I've eaten here, the waitresses have brought food quickly and drinks were kept full.

Food: The food here is as good as the beer. As the name says, the best part of the menu is the pizza and the wings, and I have to agree. The pizza is amongst the best in Pittsburgh, and the wings include some unique flavors as well as Cajun baking. The food is a great compliment for the beer.

Though the place can get a bit busy at times, Burgh's is a great place to go get a beer, especially without having to drive into Pittsburgh. The food is fantastic as well. This is certainly a place I'll go again, and one I'd recommend to others as well

beergeek279, Feb 15, 2004
Photo of WVbeergeek
4.22/5  rDev +4.7%

On my way back from D's last night I stopped in for some late night eats and to finish watching the game. Atomsphere was restaurant like with the tables on the side I walked in to with a small bar and nothing very impressive flowing on the four taps. Then I turned the corner and walked into the adjoining room, and I thought yest this is what I'm looking for dark green walls big wooden square shaped bar young nice female bartender. They have the draft selection hanging on the wall with the city or country of origin after the name. For example Hoegaarden (Belgium) or Sierra Nevada (Chico, CA), they had Spaten Munich, Franzy, Gulden Draak, SNPA, Old Speckled Hen and a slew of others taps spread about three different draft towers. Bottled beers I spotted out from across the room were Paulaner Hefe, and some Lindeman's didn't go and scope them out I was only having a couple brews on draft. Service like a side very friendly and on top of things. Food all I had was the late nite menu to choose from which consisted of Pizza and Wings. I sided with the hot pepper topped cheese pizza, so spicy for once I loved every second of it. Usually when you ask for hot peppers you get some mild banana peppers those suckers were kickin'. Two dartboards, video games, a pool table and multiple TV screens to watch the game.

WVbeergeek, Nov 11, 2003
Photo of slander
4.1/5  rDev +1.7%

Hmmmn. Turned out to be a lot closer to my hotel than it looked on Mapquest. The big sign out front wasn't lit up and we almost missed it but I had the beer nose on so it was okay. It's located in an office building or something. You don't really see that from the main entrance but it's true. They've got a pub side and an open eatery side, we opted for the eatery. Spotted the chalkboards with the beer list. One showing the 22 taps and the other, the 45 bottles, both with *asterix* indicators for the Belgian beers.
On tap, Delirium Tremons, Franziskaner, Gulden Draak, Hoegaarden, Spaten Munich, Old Speckled Hen, Anchor, Sierra and some macros.
Some good bottled imports, Saison Dupont, Delirium Tremons, Chimay White & Blue, Corsendonk, Leffe Blonde, Paulaner Hefe, and a pair of Lindeman's lambics, as well as some decent American micros, Dogfish Head Indian Brown, Rogue Dead Guy, Anchor Porter, Brooklyn Brown, Penn Pils and a few Sams.
Food was good. They're a pizza and wings place. We did a thin crust pepperoni pizza (not Modern Apizza, but still pretty damn good) and 3 kinds of wings, the best of the lot being the teriyaki wings, which were soy sauced out and sprinkled with sesame seeds. Service was good, pleasant and attentative.
TV's, video games in the corner, and a pool table, cool.

slander, Oct 28, 2003
Photo of aaronh
4.18/5  rDev +3.7%

This is a nice little place south of Pgh and just off I-79. Clean tavern in a modernized old office building. Separate pub and eatery, but it's hard to tell at first since they both have a front door and a bar. The pub has 18 taps, the eatery has 4, with a cooler of about 20 bottled selections in between the two areas. Weekly draft and bottle specials. Pretty good stuff on tap, with Gouden Carolous, Gulden Draak, Red Seal, Franziskaner, and Dogfish Raison de-etre sticking in my mind. Bottled selections decent too, with Chimay white, Corsendonk Brown, Delirium Tremens and DFH Indian Brown amongst others. Not a bad place for the area. Food is good too. I've had their wings in the past, and had some pizza on this visit. My friend also had their Cobb salad with steak and Chicken and said it was excellent. The service was also very good, with a semi-knowledgeable and very friendly staff. Only minus is the lack of a beer menu. Nice place if you're south of Pgh and don't feel like driving into town. I'll go back for another visit.

aaronh, Jul 14, 2003
Burgh's Pizza & Wing Pub in Bridgeville, PA
91 out of 100 based on 15 ratings.