Sunday, March 17, 2013
Lots of Upper St. Clair restaurants, shops and other great places can be found in our directory. Review them here!
This week's local business spotlight is Bonefish Grill, located on Washington Road in Upper St. Clair. This new restaurant opened in January near South Hills Village Mall. It serves up a variety of fresh-caught fish served grilled, sauteed or baked, as well as a selection of starters and finger foods. The bar features martinis, wines and beers on tap or by the bottle. Have you been there? Review this restaurant on the Bonefish Grill directory listing. Like Patch on Facebook. | Follow Patch on Twitter. | Sign up for the daily email newsletter.
Monday, February 18, 2013
An Upper St. Clair restaurant makes the list using trans-fat free cooking oils.
The Allegheny County Health Department reports nine new food establishments opened in the county in January, including one in Upper St. Clair. There were eight restaurants and a confectionary. “The health department’s monthly reports identify which new restaurants use trans-fat free cooking oils, and five out of the eight eateries opening last month cook with these healthier oils,” said Acting County Health Director Dr. Ron Voorhees. The restaurants using trans-fat free cooking oils are Bonefish Grill, 1835 Washington Rd., Upper St. Clair; Thin Man Sandwich Shop, 50 21st St., Strip District; The Grateful Deli And Catering Company, 4065 Penn Ave., Bloomfield; Maxime’s Mediterranean, 937 Beaver Grade Rd., Suite 5, Moon; and Tables On The …
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
The new restaurant in Upper St. Clair is now open.
Bonefish Grill in Upper St. Clair is now open and has something for everyone. The restaurant chain is the first to open in the Pittsburgh area and is known for its fresh seafood. The Bang Bang Shrimp appetizer—tender, crispy shrimp tossed in a creamy, spicy (but not too spicy) sauce—is its most popular menu item. It's only $5 on Wednesdays. Customers can also try the Bang Bang Shrimp in a taco. Some of the other fish choices include Chilean sea bass, longfin tilapia and ahi tuna. Pair the fish with one of four sauces: warm mango salsa, chimichurri, lemon butter and pan Asian. The kobe beef burger (must use two hands!) and Lily's Chicken—with goat cheese, sautéed spinach, artichoke hearts and a lemon basil sauce—are also very popular …
Monday, January 14, 2013
Hours Monday are 4 to 10:30 p.m.
Bonefish Grill officially opens in Upper St. Clair today. The restaurant—next to South Hills Village—specializes in market fresh fish cooked over a wood-burning grill. You may have seen the restaurant's parking lot packed this weekend. Friday was Friends and Family Night and Saturday was Charity Night. The address is 1835 Washington Rd. and the hours are Monday through Thursday, 4 to 10:30 p.m.; Friday and Saturday 4 to 11:30 p.m.; and Sunday 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. The phone number is 412-835-3239. Upper St. Clair commissioners approved the construction of the restaurant in May and an outdoor dining area in October. The restaurant employs about 100 people. Have you been to a Bonefish Grill before? How was it? Tell us in the comments.
Friday, January 11, 2013
The popular accessory brand will open in the spring.
Vera Bradley is coming to South Hills Village. The store known for its quilted handbags will open in the spring on the lower level south wing. The store will also feature luggage, totes, and desk and cell phone accessories. Also coming to South Hills Village this year, Bonefish Grill opens on Jan. 14 and Target opens on March 10. “It is so exciting to begin the new year with the opening of these new shopping and dining attractions for the South Hills community,” stated Jennifer Carroll, South Hills Village marketing director. “These new retailers will be key destinations for our customers and are just the first in 2013 to be added to the already-impressive list of shops and eateries at South Hills Village.” What do you think about the …
Thursday, December 27, 2012
The new Upper St. Clair restaurant is opening in January.
The new Bonefish Grill in Upper St. Clair is currently hiring. The restaurant will open on Jan. 14 and it needs 100 employees. Applications are being accepted for various positions including angler, host and kitchen staff. The applications are available online or in-person at the new location—1835 Washington Rd.—next to South Hills Village. Follow us on Twitter | Like us on Facebook
Thursday, December 20, 2012
The public is invited to preview the restaurant and its menu.
Bonefish Grill will officially open in Upper St. Clair on Monday, Jan. 14. However, the public is invited to a grand opening Charity Night from 6 to 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 12. A $35 donation provides two drinks and a full tasting of the menu. All of the proceeds will benefit United Way of Allegheny County. RSVP is required as only limited amount of seats are available. Email or call Elaine Frombach at 412-456-6831 or Elaine.Frombach@uwac.org for more information. Tickets are available at www.unitedwaypittsburgh.org. Bonefish Grill is located at 1835 Washington Rd., next to South Hills Village. The hours will be Monday–Thursday 4-10:30 p.m.; Friday–Saturday 4-11:30 p.m.; and Sunday 11 a.m.-10:30 p.m. with brunch being served on Sundays…
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
The restaurant is scheduled to open in Upper St. Clair this winter.
The Upper St. Clair commissioners unanimously approved outdoor dining for the future Bonefish Grill in the township. The restaurant's plan for outdoor dining is in compliance with the township's ordinance, including its hours of operation to end at 10 p.m. Commissioners gave approval for the construction of the restaurant in May. It will be located near the new Target that is being constructed in South Hills Village. An engineer representing Bonefish Grill said officials hope to open the restaurant in December 2012.
Sunday, September 9, 2012
Norman Centre will get 22 more spaces to accommodate restaurant patrons.
Sunday, September 9, 2012
Additional parking for Norman Centre has been approved. Upper St. Clair commissioners voted to allow expansion of the parking area to accommodate 22 more spaces in the office-retail complex, off Route 19. A retaining wall, guardrail and additional buffer features also are in the plans. An as-yet-unnamed restaurant is taking the place of longtime tenant Pearl Vision, requiring more parking. “We’re not at liberty to make an announcement as to who that is,” Robert Sapsara, vice president of Norman Centre management company Crossgates Inc., told commissioners at their meeting on Sept. 4. Also at the meeting:
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
The property owner said he intends to maintain the character of the heavily wooded property.
A new, albeit small, residential development is in the works for Upper St. Clair. The township planning commission last week heard about plans by Dr. Andrew Zahalsky to build on property he purchased off Morrow Road, across the street north from the Engelwood Drive intersection. Zahalsky, an oncologist who lives in Peters Township, said he plans to build his family’s home on the property. The subdivision would include six other lots, each about 1 acre. An access road would run north from Morrow and end in a cul-de-sac. The plan calls for an optimal placement for motorists’ visibility. “If you were directly across from Engelwood and going south on the newly created street, you would have a terrible sight line because this road is coming …