From the European-inspired beer to the natural light and greenery, everything about Lorelei in East Liberty is stunning.
When you walk through the front doors, you’ll first find yourself in the cocktail & wine bar. If you’re in the mood to sip on a cocktail, grab a table or take a seat at the bar. Lorelei’s signature drinks are truly unique to the Pittsburgh bar scene. I recommend trying the Friesling. It’s a fun twist on Frozé and it’s light, refreshing, and absolutely delicious. If you’re really feeling adventurous, I also recommend the Bear’s Knees.
If beer is your move, head back through the hallway, past the kitchen, and into the beer hall. Here you’ll find a beautiful open space with communal tables, a colorful mural, and of course a large bar offering 14 different drafts. A draft gin & tonic as well as a couple of cider options are also available on tap. If you choose to sit at the bar, ask about "Kolsch service". It's an interesting story.
To round out the experience, Lorelei also offers some light bites like breads + spreads, pies + tarts, salads, and desserts. If nothing else, you really can’t leave Lorelei without a taste of the Pretzel. The Malted Chocolate Mousse is also heaven in a cup.
5/5/2019 05:08:19 am
A slice of pie and a glass of milk is the perfect snack. After a long day of working, I always get a slice of pie and a glass of milk in a nearby diner. While we are on this topic, I would like to give my appreciation to all the diners. Nowadays, people are much more focused ongoing to fancy restaurants, diners have become very poor lately. In my opinion, diners are better than any fancy restaurant out there.
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