The close-knit Munhall is home to lots of family restaurants like Falce’s Restaurant, Conrad Catering & Deli and more. Here are just five of the many restaurants in Munhall.
1. Falce’s Restaurant
The clean and pleasant Falce’s is open every day from early morning through lunchtime. Breakfast items now include Mancini’s Bread. Lunch options are diner-esque, such as a double decker club sandwich with fries or a tuna melt. For more information on Falce’s Restaurant, click HERE.
2. Conrad Catering & Deli
For over 34 years, Conrad has been offering home cooking six days a week. In addition to all the deli staples, there’s homemade fried chicken and stuffed cabbage, city chicken, baby back ribs and more. Conrad’s boxed lunches are also a great option for meetings—there are a few salad and a few sandwiches options with cookies and pasta or fruit salad. For more information on Conrad Catering & Deli, click HERE.
3. Pizza Burgh
With one additional location in McKeesport, Pizza Burgh is home of the “Burgh Box,” an eight piece Sicilian pizza, an order of breadsticks and wings—all for just $20. Pizza Burgh has been in business for over 10 years, serving dough made fresh every day. In addition to pizza, breadsticks and wings, Pizza Burgh also sells hoagies and other items. For more information on Pizza Burgh, click HERE.
4. Pido’s Pub
Located in near the border of Homestead and Munhall, Pido’s Pub makes killer wings and hoagies. Jumbo wings are just $1.25 per wing for “Wing Wednesdays.” There are also opportunities for Bingo. Pido’s also sells delicious tacos with a choice of fish, chicken or beef. For more information on Pido’s Pub, click HERE.
5. Main Street Deli
If you’re craving a hoagie, Main Street Deli is the place to visit. There you’ll find salads, sandwiches, hoagies and wraps. The Steel City Reuben includes corned beef, Swiss cheese, Thousand Island dressing and homemade coleslaw. They also cater to those who observe Lent, with an extensive Lenten menu of fish sandwiches, pastas and grilled cheese. For more information on the Main Street Deli, click HERE.