Our Story

History

The majestic Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad Station was built in 1901. This 80,000 square foot historical landmark, which incorporates Victorian and Edwardian styles, was a major hub for transportation and travel in the Eastern United States. In 1974, this splendid facility was listed on the National Register of Historic places.

In 1978 the late restaurateur Chuck Muer renovated the space and aptly named his new endeavor Grand Concourse. Almost four decades later, the former train station concourse turned Pittsburgh seafood restaurant still offers visitors an exquisite meal as well as an historical perspective to the railroad era. Come dine at one of the best seafood restaurants in the city and become a part of our growing history.

Our Accolades

At Grand Concourse, we take pride in our accomplishments and achievements. We believe that our wide number of awards and sterling ratings are a reflection of the hard work put in by every member of our staff since the day we first opened our doors. Some of our most consistently awarded honors include:

  • Best Brunch in Pittsburgh by Pittsburgh Magazine
  • Open Table Diner’s Choice Award for Best Ambiance
  • Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence Recipient
  • Best Breakfast at Savour Pittsburgh

Notable Visitors

From our inception, our restaurant has served a wide array of notable guests including Vice President Joe Biden, Michael Douglas, Col. Sanders, Terry Bradshaw, and Olivia Wilde. Several movies have also filmed scenes at The Grand Concourse, including Dogma, Promised Land, The Next Three Days, and Love & Other Drugs.