"Offering a fresh dining experience with roots in tradition" Frescos is a nice surprise from the typical suburbia chain restaurant scene. It is off the beaten path of busy route 19 and tucked away on the side of a large building along with The Chadwick. Maybe an atypical trek to dine out, but once found, Frescos delights its guests with a freshly interpreted menu of traditional favorites. In true blended Pittsburgh style, the menu could be thought of as "where great meat and potatoes and creative international flavors meet ."
The Wine list is broad in offerings but not stuffy. The beers are the same. The cocktails, like the menu, are rooted in tradition with today's contemporary flavors mixed in. The environment offers a bar area that is 'contemporary comfortable' with rich browns and copper colors and textures of wood and glass, which is created for relaxing, enjoying and interacting.
The dining room is small, intimate and also comfortable with drum lights, local artwork and soft light. Frescos is a good "date night" destination, as well as a place to call your weekly favorite stop. A semi-private area, as well as several private rooms, make Frescos a great place for a special celebration. And May through September, our outdoor deck offers the area's most pleasant environment with our deck bar, lounge seating and dining tables; it's a summer meeting spot for many. So join us. Our servers and bartenders will enjoy meeting and serving you and treating you like family.