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Shiloh Grill

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Certificate of Excellence2015 - 2018 Winner
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FUN THINGS‏
$9.45
The Pork Shank Reduction
Peeps sure love their shanks! Here’s a sharable version of our old favorite offering three mini pork shanks w/ our signature bourbon glaze & savory polenta
Enough to share, but you won’t
$9.85
Buffalo Chicken Dip
A favorite of every stillers party south of penn ave. oven baked, gooey, & full o’ spicy bird, served w/ celery sticks & pita wedges for dippin
$8.97
She's Having Triplets!
Three newly-engineered baby burgers, now bigger & on brioche buns w/ sharp cheddar doled out w/ our special baby sauce for just
No babies were harmed in the production of this appetizer
SOUPS & SALADS
$3.97
Traditional Italian Divorce Soup
Unlike its namesake, this broth won’t leave you stewing w/ a bitter taste in your mouth. What was once rich & creamy is now irrevocably broken, without reasonable grounds. The cost
Half of everything you got if you don’t have a good lawyer. Should be served cold, like revenge, but we put it out piping hot. At least now you can have your meatballs back...
$15.31
Arugula Steak Salad
The rich,‏ peppery green made famous by vincent “vinnie” antonelli in my blue heaven is the perfect underlayment for this hearty salad topped w/ a grilled, marinated hangar steak & bleu cheese
$9.33
Spin Spin Sugar
One pimp salad: spinach & a little arugula, roasted beets, craisins, candied pecans & crumbled goat cheese, custom dressed w/ a complementary figgy vinaigrette
BIG THINGS‏
$15.61
Chicken w/ a Twist
Twist. Pretzels. Prezels are twisted. Hah. So here we have a hand pretzel-breaded chicken breast lovingly fried up all golden & brown an at, w/ a perfectly paired cheddar ale sauce
Accompanied by roasted redskins & the daily vegetable. “These pretzels are making me thirsty
$14.88
Short Rib Tacos
Closest to the bone, sweeter is the meat. Louis prima knew that way back when, but we’ve just recently figured that out. Here it’s braised until it’s falling off the bone & tucked into tortillas to make handling a little easier. Big & beefy
There’s virtually nothing that doesn’t go nicely in a tortilla. Makes you wonder why gringos invented bread, doesn’t it?
$16.52
Prime Pork Flatiron
Butcher’s block prime pork is not the supermarket chops that aunt helen used to murder in the oven for ‘special occasions’, rather, it’s simply the most tender, most flavorful, most incredible pork you’ve ever experienced. This flat iron steak of nearly a pound is slathered in a mole, seared on the grill then roasted to fork-tender medium
Served w/ veggies & roasted reds, & a charred orange half for squeezin’ just before you dig in to wake the mole up
$17.76
No! Wire! Hangers! Steak
We might not always get the approval of mommie dearest for the shenanigans we pull around here, but she’s a-ok w/ this cabernet-marinated hanger steak, grilled to order w/ roasted reds & the veggie du jour
FUN THINGS
To put in your mouth, & they’re just five bucks at happy hour!
$7.79
Spinach Dip
Hot, creamy dip w/ artichoke hearts & cheese, served w/ pita for dipping & keeping your fingers clean
$8.88
Britney Spears
Chicken tenders that are marinated, poked w/ a sharp stick & grilled. We serve them w/ some greens & some dippable dips for dipping, like a chipotle sauce & a basil pesto
We recommend actually eating these versus lip syncing.
$7.85
Polish Church Basement Pierogies
High-density dumplings from poland that our pirates made famous – carefully assembled by nimble immigrant hands, slathered in butter ’n onions
$7.37
Harris’ Hummus
With tahini & a touch of lime, served w/ warm pita bread triangles, or crispy fried pita chips
$8.92
Calamari Mata Hari
Our favorite cephalopod all dressed up in a seasoned breading & quickly flash-fried, then tossed in a sweet & spicy chile drizzle of dutch & indian influence
ACCESSORIES‏
The boon companions of burghers & sandwiches
$2.59
French Fried Pertaters
$2.59
Roasted Reds
$2.59
‘Tots. Just ‘Tots.
$2.59
A Little Mac & Chee
$2.19
Cole Slaw
$2.19
Mini Greek or Caesar
$1.00
Chili
$1.00
Veg O’ the Day
WINGS
Chicken, in your choice of sauce
Chimichurri Flurry
A screaming bright garlic & herb take on the classic argentinian condiment that purportedly brought juan perón to power.
Colombian Gum Nummers
Just Damn Hot Buffalo
Jamaican Jerk
Big Gay Al's Strawberry Chipotle Barbeque
$7.49
Dry-Rub Bacon
On the bone as god intended, they’re served w/ celery sticks & ranch or fromage bleu – also as god intended. All are spicy – particularly the ’nummers -- but you just have to ask if you want them hotter than hell & we’ll make ‘em burn
No splittin’ the flavors, no spittin’ on the floor, & don’t clean yourself up ’til you’re finished.
SOUPS‏
Hot & a lot
$3.97
The Great Big Hearty Meaty Chili Formerly Known as “Vegetarian”
Chock-full of USDA choice angus beef & served w/ sour cream & fried pita chips
Vegetarian just got better!
$3.47
Cream O’ Tomato
Remember walking w/ your partner to the primary school lunchroom then going single file through the cafeteria line & the smell of the grilled cheese & the nice older ladies in the hair nets filling melamine bowls on the trays w/ the little round indentation to keep the bowl from slipping that would be steaming w/ the hot creamy tomato soup that by all means you should hate because it has tomatoes in it & you’re supposed to still hate tomatoes & you secretly love but won’t admit? Yeah. This is like that, only better
BURGHERS & SANDWICHES
Sandwiches & burghers come w/ a little side salad or fries, or any other starch or veggie we felt like making. Substitute your little side salad here for a petite version of our classic greek salad for a minimal increase. Burghers are half a pound of black angus beef from happy, well adjusted cattle who came from good looking lutheran families, grilled to your liking*. Vegetarians beware: one of these at your table could mess w/ your convictions. “Simple, bloody perfection” say the critics.
$12.39
Delmonico a Go Go
This is the steak sandwich that just might heal a thousand vegetarians. It’s so much more than its diluted ancestor from philly who’s now served at gas stations. We expertly grill a USDA choice delmonico steak, slice it, & place atop sturdy ciabatta roll w/ grilled onions, peppers, mushrooms, & swiss cheese
Worthy of employing knife & fork, but you can use your hands.
$9.97
I Can Has Bacon Cheezburgher?
Rich, smokehouse bacon & sharp, bitey cheddar atop a manhole cover of grilled beef that’s more than able to satisfy even the most demanding carnivore
Put your feet up, kick back w/ a PBR, & cancel your gym membership.
$9.66
The Garden Weasel
Grilled zucchini & a portobello cap paired w/ roasted red peppers, tomatoes, onion, fresh mozzarella cheese, & basil pesto mayonnaise. Served on a grilled ciabatta roll
Fits nicely in the cup holder of your prius.
$9.85
Henny Penny
Blackened chicken breast grilled w/ melted cheddar, lettuce, tomato, onion, & a smoky, spicy, perky & piquant chipotle mayonnaise on a local ciabattini roll
Don’t be afraid to order her by name!
$9.68
Thanksgiving in Blawnox
A turkey burgher just like thanksgiving at granma’s. Half a pound of ground turkey (not leftovers) w/ dried cranberries, sage stuffing, & a little rosemary aioli instead of giblet gravy. We recommend 7 hours of televised sports & a nap after this
SALADS‏
For the rabbits in all of us
$11.87
Hail, Caesar!
Caesar dressed his appropriately in the kitchen as do we; caligula just tossed salad
And since this is pixburgh, grilled marinated chicken breast ‘cause most salads really need meated up.
$11.87
Salad De La Burgh
The pittsburgh staple w/ fries, shredded provolone & mozzarella cheeses, & grilled, marinated chicken tenders
You might almost forget you’re eating a healthy salad. Doesn’t this just cry out for ranch? This is the way little donnie likes it up air in cheswick!burghers
$9.33
Alexander the Greek Salad
One banged-up economy, but a great salad! Chopped iceberg lettuce, feta, & greek olives, tossed w/ lemon-herb vinaigrette
$11.87
Quickie Salad Chop Chop
Iceberg lettuce‏ & baby mesclun greens, cucumbers, tomatoes, bacon, & many, many more veggies all carved up w/ grilled chicken, bacon, & a fig vinaigrette so all you have to do is fork it in
Perfect for eating w/ one hand tied behind your back!
BIG THINGS
Big, hearty meals cuz you need more calories when playing xbox all day.
$14.92
Lasagne Aubergine
Also known‏ as eggplant lasagne, it’s noodleless nonetheless. Wafer-thin eggplant gets the colonel’s treatment, then it’s stacked & slathered w/ house made marinara, pesto, & silky, sexy cheese
$14.99
Jamaican Tacos Tonight?
Yes. Yes we are. Three really spicy pulled jerk chicken tacos, jamaican-style w/ some calming cilantro cream & pineapple-black bean salsa to bring the temperature down to a manageable level
With a little salad & some veggies on da side, mon!
$14.42
Upstate Chicken Riggies
A favorite in all of new york (save for the city), this casserole is the stuff that brings grandmothers to fisticuffs in local contests. If you break it down you’ll decipher that there’s chicken & rigatoni pasta, plus what goes w/ that? Vodka sauce, cheese, peppers, mushrooms, black olives, & lord knows what else, silly
$24.96
Big Cowboy Ribeye
Saddle up, it’s gonna be a long ride, pardner. One whopper of a prime rib cut, bone-in to retain flavor & moisture, grilled as you like it* & served w/ roasted reds & vegetable sidekicks
Big ben likes his topped w/ one of our world-famous crab cakes for another seven bucks.
$22.44
Crab Cakes Mcardle
Watching “deadliest‏ catch” makes this dish all that more interesting, w/ people risking their lives by chain smoking on a boat to bring us crab from the bering. Jumbo lumpers w/ salad & vegetable, our special sauce remoulade
$15.99
Fish Tacos!
Freshly folded & ready for lovin’ come two soft tortillas filled w/ fish either grilled or fried (your choice - one or ‘tuther, not both now) w/ some slaw, some salad, & the veggie du jour
$9.99
Chicken Quesadilla
Más grande que el procuedio, el pollo se asa parrilla y se sirve con todos los compleuertos, gringo
About
Tuesday is Bacon Night.
Special Diets
Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options
Meals
Dinner, Brunch, After-hours
CUISINES
American, Bar, Pub
FEATURES
Takeout, Seating, Waitstaff, Parking Available, Street Parking, Free Off-Street Parking, Television, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Accepts Discover, Outdoor Seating, Delivery, Reservations, Accepts Credit Cards
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Although the food here is great, the restaurant did not have accessible entrances and had 2 sets of stairs (1 as an entrance to the restaurant and 1 inside the restaurant), neither of which had ramps.

Date of visit: January 2019
Thank Grace G
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The people were wonderful, from the person I spoke to on the phone, to the server and the chef who stopped by the table to answer a question for my 9-year-old! Varied selections on the menu. Everything we ordered was very good, the highlight being...More

Date of visit: January 2019
Thank davidrH1407UF
Reviewed 30 November 2018 via mobile

We brought friends from Germany for the best lobster mac and cheese in the ‘burgh. We started with the fried calamari in a tangy yet sweet sauce. My husband built a bowl with a starch, veggies and topping and enjoyed that. The mac and cheese...More

Date of visit: November 2018
Thank johannaguehl
Reviewed 20 November 2018

Really like and enjoy this place, the draft selection is amazing, its a very fun and can get loud, I suggest ordering lots of apps to share, the mac and cheese is very good, great patio, great spin spin sugar salad.

Date of visit: November 2018
Thank Dikkee1
Reviewed 15 October 2018

We first tried this place last October and had a fine time but a lot can change in a year and, sadly, that was true of this place. The menu was different and limited in scope. Gone were the innovative dishes and cheerful waiters from...More

Date of visit: October 2018
Thank rexpig
Reviewed 8 October 2018 via mobile

The food was great and they had quite a different variety of food. The Korean short rib Quesida was great. The service was great as well.

Date of visit: October 2018
Thank Mike S
Reviewed 5 October 2018

I came here with 4 other coworkers on a Tuesday night. We ordered the chippendip (tasted just like any other chips and dip from the store), the cauli-wings with chimichurri (so so good, surprised us a lot how much we loved them), and baskets of...More

Date of visit: September 2018
Thank christie584
Reviewed 7 September 2018

Went during happy hour and had a $3.50 frozen cosmo and it was awesome. The spinach artichoke dip is a must! People are friendly. The restaurant, and more specifically the menu, has a lot of personality. We had crab cakes, quesadillas, and made a custom...More

Date of visit: September 2018
Thank kjm445
Reviewed 20 August 2018 via mobile

Food was really good. Portions were large. Price was right! Our waitress, not so good. Didn’t appear to know menu well, came back a few times to ask additional questions about what we ordered. When we arrived at 410, we were given a lunch menu...More

Date of visit: August 2018
Thank rebecca F
Reviewed 13 August 2018

Nice reasonable place to eat on Mt Washington! The macaroni and cheese is amazing! Great sandwiches and food was served nice and hot! Definitely recommend at visit

Date of visit: August 2018
Thank Lisa S
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Susan M
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Response from Morocca | Reviewed this property |
We have a 4 and 6 yo. We didn't need a high chair and so I don't remember if they had any there. They had a kid menu and indoor and outdoor seating. While we were there, I remember seeing other families with kids. Maybe you... More
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26 May 2016|
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I wouldn't say that it has a great view of the city - it's a block or so away from the Monongahela Incline. If you're looking for a place with a good view of the city, you might want to check out one of the restaurants at... More
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