August Henry's is Pittsburgh's city saloon known for its huge beer list, ample cocktails, and great food. Owner and long-time restaurateur Todd August Mathias named his restaurant after his great grandfather, who came to Pittsburgh to capitalize on the city's booming industrial economy. Today, join us in the heart of Pittsburgh's Cultural District for lunch, dinner or a late-night bite. We'll make you feel like a welcomed regular. You'll love the casual, fun atmosphere; friendly and helpful staff; and thumbs-up favorites like Sweet Potato Chicken Salad, Pittsburgh Chicken Cheesesteak, Penn Avenue Pot Roast, and, of course, our big and juicy gourmet burgers. Great granddaddy Gus would've been proud.
We are located in the heart of Pittsburgh's Cultural District, home to Downtown Pittsburgh's dynamic arts and entertainment scene. We're within walking distance of numerous performance venues, including the August Wilson Center, Benedum Center, Byham Theater, Heinz Hall, O'Reilly Theater and Cabaret at Theater Square. We're also a short walk from the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, the Harris Theater and PNC Park.
Find out what's playing at culturaldistrict.org and make sure you stop by August Henry's before the curtain goes up.