Visitors to Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh residents love LeMont, a five star dining restaurant and banquet facility. LeMont has been a Pittsburgh tradition for almost sixty years.
LeMont is known for its exquisite cuisine, impeccable service, romantic atmosphere and the million dollar view of the city of Pittsburgh. Over the years, LeMont has served over five (5) million dinners, hosted over 35,000 private parties and celebrated over 6,000 wedding receptions.
What LeMont offers that is truly unique is traditional tableside dining. Customers rave about the Caesar salads prepared tableside or Steak Diane, Chateautbriand for Two or Pasta made at your table. Top off your evening with a flaming dessert such as Baked Alaska, Banana’s Foster or Cherries Jubilee made tableside. For a very special dessert, pre-order a LeMont chocolate soufflé that takes 30 minutes to rise in the oven and enjoy an after dinner drink or specialty coffee.
LeMont guests have their favorite foods: Tangier Duck, Filet Mignon, Elysian Lamb Chops and Stuffed Veal St. John. Executive Chef Robert Vargo prepares daily specials using all fresh and in-season ingredients. He is a graduate of Pennsylvania Culinary Institute and was the personal Chef to General Norman Schwarzkopft when he served in the first Gulf Ward during Desert Storm.
“LeMont is a very special place with a great history of celebrations,” states Jeff Custer, LeMont General Manager, “The food, the service, the view… it’s a great night out on the town.”
Restauranteur James Blandi Sr. opened LeMont on June 6, 1960. The restaurant had two rooms and seated 130 guests and was built on the site of the old Grandview Movie Theatre. The popularity of the restaurant soared and Blandi built an addition for 32 more tables. In 1970, a two story banquet and dining room was added.
Current LeMont owners, Anna & Ed Dunlap, purchased the restaurant on June 1, 1999. The Dunlap’s renovated the restaurant and added an addition in 1995 to expand the bar and dining area.
LeMont is open Tuesday through Saturday at 5:00 p.m. and Sunday at 4:00 p.m. Valet parking.
Occupancy: 40 - 250