Gandy Dancer Saloon
Adjacent to the main dining room of the Grand Concourse seafood restaurant, the Gandy Dancer Saloon is a separate and unique culinary seafood experience. Boasting an excellent happy hour, seasonal seafood menu and a raw bar, the Gandy Dancer Saloon is known as one of the best seafood restaurants in Pittsburgh.
In the early 20th Century, rail travel represented an integral part of transportation in the United States. By the early 1900s, Pittsburgh had become one of the nation's largest cities and a large railroad station became a necessity to help connect the city to the Eastern Seaboard. The construction of the Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad Station in 1901 reflected the spirit of a growing city, with no luxury overlooked. Vibrant brass, rich mahogany and ornate marble communicated a message of refinement, while stained glass cathedral ceilings towering overhead left little doubt of the place's significance.Today, the station has been restored to its original beauty – transporting every visitor back to a time when rail travel was king. From the time we opened our doors in 1978 to the present, Grand Concourse and Gandy Dancer Saloon have set a new standard in Pittsburgh.