Nestled in the historic neighborhood of Lawrenceville, The Church Brew Works opened in 1996 as the first and only Brew Pub in the country to be located in a historic church and has grown to be awarded the title of the Best Large Brewpub in America at the prestigious Great American Beer Festival. The former St. John the Baptist Church was converted into an award winning restaurant and microbrewery. The restaurant’s cuisine features some traditional Pittsburgh favorites with our chef’s unique touch. Although the wood fired pizzas are a house favorite, our diverse collection of entrees could dazzle any gourmet’s palate. Try the unique Untraditional Pierogies, buffalo and wild mushroom meatloaf, grilled Kobe Beef Cheesesteak or award-winning onion soup. Cheers!
Church Brew Works
Bars, American (Traditional)
This place is awesome! Heard about it while patronizing a sports bar in town so we figured we would start our afternoon at Church... enjoying a cold beer!...
Overall disappointing experience. I had not been to Church Brew Works in several years. Starting with the good - love the beer. Pious Monk Dunkel is...
Heard about this place from a co-worker who came into Pittsburgh and he wanted to try. The ambiance and decor get 5 stars, since you are actually in an old...