The American Serbian Club serves Pittsburgh Serbs as a gathering place to enjoy their customs, heritage and song.
Serbia, a landlocked country located in southeastern Central Europe is a Slavic nation with a rich history and strong cultural ties with Russia.
Serbian immigrants created the club in 1933 as a social gathering point, building the current facility in 1953. During Pittsburgh's era as a blue collar city, the club was a popular "watering hole" with Serbs working in the steel mills.
Behind the simple brick facade, the club consists of two separate floors with distinctly different capabilities. The ground floor provides more of a traditional banquet room style atmosphere with a large bar, large stage and ample table seating for nearly 200. The upstairs has a friendly lounge type of aura, with a rectangular bar over 60 feet in total length, a 52 inch television and dinner seating for over 140 people.
Today, the club is used by members, guests and even outside organizations for a variety of events.
Varies per event or program; call for information.
Free, on-site parking is available.