Thursday, January 24, 2013
The drink and food specials offered during Pittsburgh Penguins games.
Sports bars in and near Upper St. Clair are happy to have the Pittsburgh Penguins playing again after the long lockout, despite Wednesday night's loss. "We are extremely happy that the Penguins are playing again. There was a real void in the Pittsburgh sporting world. We definitely saw a difference in our night bar business once the college football season ended. We get an enthusiastic crowd for the Pens games," said Barbara Joyce of Stonepepper's Grill. Stonepepper's doesn't have any specific special for Pens games, but they do have a special for every night of the week. For the next Pens game on Friday night, the special is Sam Adams Seasonal 16-ounce drafts for $3.50 and the 23-ounce drafts for $4.50; Sam Adams bottles for $3.50; and …
Tuesday, January 1, 2013
A look at the most read articles published on Upper St. Clair Patch in 2012.
Here are the top 10 most read articles published on Upper St. Clair Patch in 2012: Follow us on Twitter | Like us on Facebook
Sunday, June 10, 2012
See which Upper St. Clair Patch articles garnered the most attention in May.
Upper St. Clair Patch readers liked to read about school news and the Primanti Brothers soon opening in the area in the month of May. The following articles recieved the most page views: 1. Upload Your Super Moon Photos Here: May 5 2. South Hills Primanti Brothers Opening in June: May 22 3. Upper St. Clair Budget Eliminates Seven Teachers: May 24 4. Upper St. Clair Makes Newsweek's Top High School List: May 21 5. Outback Server Charged With Using Customer's Credit Card Number: May 8 6. The Fresh Market May Soon Be Coming To Route 19: May 30 7. District Still Faces Budget Shortfall Following Teacher Negotiations: May 1 8. UPDATE: Power Restored After Tree Causes Outage: May 25 9. Photos: Upper St. Clair Community Day: May 20 10. USC One of …
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
A roundup of the region's top stories.
Here's a look at the top weekly stories from Patch sites in your area: South Hills Primanti Brothers Opening in June Thief Steals Copper Wires From Power Substation Photos of Brookline Robber Released Peters Prom 2012: Share Your Photos
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
The restaurant is currently looking to hire servers, cooks, bartenders, custodians and more.
A new Primanti Brothers will open in Pittsburgh mid to late June. The restaurant is located at 1539 Washington Rd. in the former Coldwell Banker real estate office behind the BP gas station. "We had been looking along Route 19 for a long time and when this location came up, we jumped on it," said Marc Teklinski, director of operations and Upper St. Clair resident. The Mt. Lebanon location will be the family-owned restaurant chain's 10th suburban location in Pittsburgh. It will be a sit-down restaurant with a covered porch for an outdoor dining option. Primanti's kitchen will open at 11 a.m. for lunch and close at midnight on Sundays through Thursdays and 2 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. "We identified a need for the expanded kitchen hours …
Thursday, September 29, 2011
Judges of the hit Fox reality TV show—Randy Jackson, Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler—as well as host Ryan Seacrest, have been in Pittsburgh since Wednesday.
The City of Pittsburgh is known as the City of Champions sports-wise, and the "American Idol" judges said there's a good chance they might find the 11th season's champion here. "This is the City of Champions, the perfect spot to find our new superstar," said Ryan Seacrest, the show's host. Judges of the hit FOX reality TV show—Randy Jackson, Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler—as well as Seacrest, took a break from the audition process on Thursday afternoon to hold a press conference at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in downtown Pittsburgh. The concept of the series is to find new solo recording artists. Tyler said they've put about five or six people through to the Hollywood audition round—where the top 24 finalists are determined—…