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"Burgh's sure has grown better and more popular since I last reviewed back in 2001. I will give you more info in this review.
Burgh's is in a psuedo main street block but itself occupies a big portion of the first floor of a newer looking mixed use office building. Public parking for about 200 cars is directly across the side street. Burgh's is very close to Bridgeville exit on 79 South and sits on Route 50.
The interior of Burgh's is made up of four seperate areas - the main large area - 1980's feeling high ceiling child friendly area. The second area is on your way to the bar and is a service area with beer coolers and some straggling seats. The bar is the most interesting area and is visually more pleasant. Lower ceilings, worn in wood floors - tons of TV's everywhere with 2-3 different sports shows on. Comfy booths along the perimeter in places. Bar seating on stools around the bar which takes 75% of the bar area up. Fresh popcorn free for taking out of the popper, dart board game.
The fourth room is the new tapas bar- which I haven't been into - so I can't comment.
Since Burgh's isn't far from my home - I have tried stopping 4-5 times in the past 6 months. Everytime the public parking lot was over capacity and you could see easily that Burgh's was filled to capacity. Good for them, bad for me.
So we finally found parking and an empty table / booth at Burgh's on a Tuesday night January 16, 2006 at 9 PM. So glad we did because it was one of the best meals we have had in a while.
I ordered a 20 oz Bell's White which was good and as expected. $4.50 - not bad on price as a good half of the beer - micros and imports are cheaper than elsewhere around Pittsburgh.
So we split this house salad with cheese and artichokes which was a huge bowl suitable for 5 people. Delicious mix of salad and veggies. One of the best salads you can find locally. Again, fair if not cheap price on this.
Main course was a Primavera pizza with tomato sauce. Wow, 18 inch pizza if not larger. Hearty dough with some thickness but a good even crispiness. The veggies were all seperately prepared with individual tastes and spices. We left with nearly half of this pizza which is 2-3 lunches for someone portion wise.
$32 + tip for two very satisfied diners.
The food at Burgh's is even better than it was in 2001. The crowd here on a Tuesday was 20 somethings to 60 somethings. Everyone seemed to get along and enjoyed Burgh's.
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