Your dog. Your best friend. The Steelers. Your favorite team. It only makes sense that you both watch the black and gold together… there’s just one problem. Not every restaurant in Pittsburgh let’s you bring your best friend. So… we’ve partnered with Rover and Dog’s Day Out for this list of five dog-friendly places to watch Steeler games. #HereWeGo!
1. Allegheny City Brewing
Allegheny City Brewing was born years ago when three Pittsburghers moved to Colorado. While they were there they fell in love with craft beer and the sense of community from small breweries. They all moved back to Pittsburgh and in September 2016 opened their doors to Allegheny City Brewing. The brewery is very animal friendly, with an entire wall dedicated to the dogs who visit. They welcome pictures of your dogs to post on their wall too! Allegheny City allows leashed dogs inside and have a TV that is always on for Steeler games. They also have food trucks on Sundays. Guests are always welcome to bring in their own snacks and food or have something delivered. For more information Allegheny City Brewing, click HERE.
2. Federal Galley
While the popular food hall does not have a TV in their beer garden, they have a large inflatable screen they put up for Steeler games. They always post on their Instagram and Facebook when they have the screen up. There are over 25 local craft beers on tap. For more information on Federal Galley, click HERE.
3. Leaning Cask Brewing
Leaning Cask is family owned and operated, founded in 2016 by Josh and Stefanie Lipke. After a visit to England, they fell in love with English pub culture and Leaning Cask was born soon after. The Lipkes love dogs and are the proud owners of a Beagle (Remi) and a Vizsla (Kimber). They are often found wandering the pub. Leaning Cask loves welcoming dogs to the facility, as long as they are well-behaved and leashed. For more information on Leaning Cask Brewing, click HERE.
4. Carmella’s Plates & Pints
Carmella’s does air the Steeler games and dogs are welcome on their outdoor patio. Their comfort food hits the spot on game days, with entrees like a Wagyu burger with blue cheese aioli and desserts like a mouthwatering cast-iron baked cinnamon rolls. For more information on Carmella’s Plates & Pints, click HERE.
5. Southern Tier Brewing Company
Southern Tier Brewing Company is located three blocks from Heinz Field. They have an outdoor patio that welcomes dogs and plenty of TVs for Steeler games. There are 30 drafts available and offer limited game day menus to allow for quick service. For more information on Southern Tier Brewing Company, click HERE.