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Bloomfield Bridge Tavern

412-682-8611  •  $
ADDRESS: 4412 Liberty Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15224
CUISINE: Polish, Burgers, Pub Food, Sandwiches, Wings
FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Patio Seating, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly, Entertainment
DESCRIPTION
Bloomfield Bridge Tavern in Pittsburgh's Bloomfield neighborhood is the kind of welcoming, nothing-fancy joint that you can't help but love. The walls are adorned with colorful coats of arms from Polish towns and vintage photos of local sports legends. The lively, well-stocked full bar features at least 10 specialty beers on draft and a wealth of bottled beers, both domestic and imported. And it's a wonderful place to dine on inexpensive, rib-sticking Polish food. The small menu features pierogies, stuffed cabbage, haluski (noodles and cabbage) and kielbasa, some of which can be sampled by ordering the bargain-priced Polish Platter.
The recipe is quite simple: one part friendly neighborhood shot-and-a-beer bar, one part Polish ethnic pride, a charmingly old-school walkable neighborhood, and hearty, homemade Polish cooking that's good enough to make grandma jealous."
- Michael Machosky, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, July 31, 2008
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Live music most nights. Admission 21-and-over. Full bar. Serving dinner Tue-Sat. Closed Sun-Mon.

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Bloomfield Bridge Tavern in Pittsburgh's Bloomfield neighborhood is the kind of welcoming, nothing-fancy joint that you can't help but love. The walls are adorned with colorful coats of arms from Polish towns and vintage photos of local sports legends. The lively, well-stocked full bar features at least 10 specialty beers on draft and a wealth of bottled beers, both domestic and imported. And it's a wonderful place to dine on inexpensive, rib-sticking Polish food. The small menu features pierogies, stuffed cabbage, haluski (noodles and cabbage) and kielbasa, some of which can be sampled by ordering the bargain-priced Polish Platter.

 
The recipe is quite simple: one part friendly neighborhood shot-and-a-beer bar, one part Polish ethnic pride, a charmingly old-school walkable neighborhood, and hearty, homemade Polish cooking that's good enough to make grandma jealous."
- Michael Machosky, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, July 31, 2008
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Live music most nights. Admission 21-and-over. Full bar. Serving dinner Tue-Sat. Closed Sun-Mon.

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