Pittsburgh August 30, 2016
This Train Near Pittsburgh Is Actually A Restaurant And You Need To Visit
Step back in time to when running train stations dotted the Pennsylvania landscape and trains meandered along the countryside.
DiSalvo’s Station Restaurant, a former train station and train car in Pittsburgh, promises a charming atmosphere and delicious food.
Stroll to the picturesque entrance at DiSalvo's Station Restaurant in Latrobe, formerly the Pennsylvania Railroad Station. The Pennsylvania Railroad Station debuted in 1903 and the site has since been recognized as a national historic landmark.
DiSalvo's Station Restaurant first opened its doors in 1990. As an ode to the treasured history of the former railroad station, the restaurant maintained a train station decor, providing guests with an authentic railway experience.
Guests may choose to dine in the railroad-themed dining room of this expansive restaurant, which covers 16,000 square feet, or...
Transform your dining experience with a seat in an original dining car, right inside of the former train station.
Serving authentic Italian cuisine, DiSalvo's Station Restaurant has earned a plethora of accolades within the restaurant and the railroad communities, including garnering a spot on Server Magazine's Top 20 Pennsylvania Restaurants.
Tease your taste buds just by reading the eclectic dinner menu that features such dishes as portabella ravioli, filet mignon, New York strip steak, and salmon. DiSalvo's also hosts Sunday brunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Plan your special event - a wedding, a bridal shower, a baby shower or even a business meeting - at the historical former train station. DiSalvo's Station Restaurant offers to make a range of dishes, by request, in addition to those already on the menu.
Travel underground in the former station to visit Joey D's Cigar Bar, where you can buy and smoke a top quality cigar, play pool, or order from the full menu that offers a wide variety of dishes, such as the Boxcar Burger, crab cakes, and Luigi's meatball sandwich. Be sure to save room for tiramisu, vanilla bean cheesecake, or chocolate pretzel tart for dessert.
Enjoy a delicious meal and the quaint ambiance of early 20th century Pennsylvania at DiSalvo's Station Restaurant, which welcomes guests Wednesday and Thursday from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m., and on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Embrace a unique dining experience at this former train station and train near Pittsburgh. That just might get you in the mood to ride an old-fashioned train as you explore the Southwestern Pennsylvania country side.
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