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The Tin Angel



1200 Grandview Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15211

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(412) 381-1919

Cuisine: American Restaurants, Coffee and Tea, Seafood Restaurants, Steak Restaurants


4.1 of 5.0 from 15 reviews


price range:$26 to $50

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The Tin Angel in Pittsburgh, PA
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The Tin Angel Reviews

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  • ocracokr reviewWell, another birthday dinner at the Tin Angel and this, my 63rd, was the best. Nikki made our dining experience the most memorable. She is, without a doubt, `The Hostess with The Mostest`! And the food and service, as usual, was perfect. Compliments to Chef Diane

    44444 by ocracokr


  • adbaker25 reviewSpeecial Birthday, My wife took me to the Tin Angle for my birthday. The food was good but rather blah. There is a good selection but my wife's and mine had less taste than Olive Garden. The veal was blah. The seafood was ok. Nothing exceptional. There must have been a special on carrots since they were cut every different way and on everything. Hurry and eat your antipasto because when dinner is ready they quickly take it away. Not worth price. The chaufer from the hotel said the Georgetown next door has better food and the a lot more reasonable.

    22222 by adbaker25


  • chuckw reviewMy husband and I went to Tin Angel for our Valentine's Day dinner over the weekend. We were seated in the room upstairs. Although the view was excellent, the room was cold. The food was good, but not exceptional. Certainly not worth the price. The wait staff were friendly, but they were obviously never taught how to wrap leftovers. The waitress seperated all the different kinds of fish from my fish platter into small pieces of tin foil (maybe that's where they get the name `tin angel`), which leaked through the paper bag and all over my refrigerator. Olive Garden gives you better containers! I'd recommend readers try someplace else for their special night out.

    44444 by chuckw


  • KurtMel reviewMy husband and I dined here on the 4th of July, 2004). We had an excellent meal and enjoyed watching the fireworks from our table next to the window. Our full course meal began with Italian wedding soup (excellent - other choice was a fruit appetizer) followed by their signature vegetable boat - filled with cheese meat, various olives, artichoke hearts, stuffed grape leaves, and pickled peppers. I had the filet mignon with two lobster tails (absolutely tender and not overcooked at all), while Tony had the Delmonico steak with mushrooms. There were about 10 choices in entrees. Both were served with rice pilaf or a baked potato, and baked tomato topped with parmesan cheese. For dessert, I had their cheesecake with strawberries and Tony enjoyed the french vanilla ice cream topped with apricot brandy. For our full meal and 2 rounds of cocktails (and a glass of wine), it came to $150. It was a little pricey for us, but then for the quality of the food, the services, and a great view of the city and fireworks, it was worth it.

    44444 by KurtMel


  • dgolembeski reviewNot a good dining experience. The wait was very long, and it wasn't worth the wait.

    22222 by dgolembeski


  • adbaker25 reviewThe excellent food did not match the very poor service. My boyfriend and I went for our 2 yr anniversary and we were seated in the bottom floor, lovely view. However, the server's were a little snooty with us, if we had any questions about the menu or what not, it was a chore for them to answer. It seems like they're only friendly to you, if you've dined there before and know everything. We spent about $200.00 for the both of us, I regret giving the portion of that money that was for tips because the servers were just plain rude and uncooth. We got a little quite `thankyou` with NO eye contact once we were finished- Just Ridiculous!!! If you go, request better service, with just one waitress not two at once!

    22222 by adbaker25


  • Russ W.Nice Sunday brunch and amazing view of the city.

    55555 by Russ W.


  • Jan W.We got married here and celebrate our anniversary here. Very quaint.

    55555 by Jan W.


  • Tin Angel P.Added picture of Tin Angel dinner

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  • Tin Angel P.Added picture of Tin Angel view

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  • Tin Angel P.Added picture of Tin Angel Seafood Platter

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  • Tin Angel P.Added picture of Tin Angel Interior

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  • Tin Angel P.Added picture of Tin Angel Private Dinning Room

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  • Tin Angel P.Added picture of Tin Angel Front

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  • Ralph D.Food is Fantastic here and the place is perfect for that intimate dinner.

    55555 by Ralph D.


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