Located in historic Market Square, the 1902 Landmark Tavern has been the choice of discerning Pittsburgh diners since 1902.
The restaurant was originally established as the Dimling Brothers Bar & Grill. Painstaking care has been taken to restore the original tile patterns, brass work and tin ceilings. The original bar no longer existed but after an extensive search an authentic 19th century bar sits in its place.
The 1902 is famous for its bone-in prime rib, steaks and seafood and the 1902 now offers an expanded menu that includes stuffed filets, ribs, fried shrimp, pork chops and rack of lamb.
Created in 1764, Market Square was Pittsburgh’s first business and shopping area. Often a market house sat on the site, most famously the Diamond Market (1914 – 1961).
Restoration and renovation began in the late 1970s, and today Market Square is a popular location for outdoor concerts (on its own stage), festivals and even outdoor lunches. Most of the events are produced by the Market Square Association or the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership.
Monday through Saturday, 11:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
On-street parking is available in Market Square.