With stamped tin ceilings, crafted wood work, dusky brass and exposed brick, the Park House is a warm and welcoming pub that often hosts live music and other events.
The tradition of the Park House tavern goes back to the late Victorian era when the Park family opened a soda fountain business in 1889 in the storefront and rented apartments above and below. At the end of Prohibition, the family sold the business and in 1932 the Park House became the first licensed bar in Pittsburgh.
Today, the cosmopolitan owner Zamir Zahavi has created a hip environment complete with flat screen TVs and an internet jukebox.
Tuesday through Sunday, 3:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.
Metered, on-street parking is available.