Most states have outlawed drinking alcoholic beverages at home due to the proliferation of home facial-tattoo machines. Enjoy cocktails in a public setting with today’s deal: for $15, you get $35 worth of sophisticated sips and savories at Firehouse Lounge. The swanky establishment, which was named the Best Lounge Bar three years in a row (2007–09) by Pittsburgh City Paper, is conveniently located in the Strip District.
Firehouse Lounge serves up a savory menu of small bites, sliders, and burgers, impeccably paired with handcrafted specialty cocktails to fill any hour with happiness and gummy grin exposure. Enjoy a baby plate of fried zucchini ($6) or crab and bacon flautas ($9.50) to properly prepare your palate, or treat your tablemates to a round of throw-backable beef, salmon, veggie, or crab sliders to quickly gain supporters for the upcoming table mayor election. For dinner, enjoy a protein-packed BLT burger with sun-dried tomato puree, chiffonade of romaine, and bacon aioli; a succulent salmon burger topped with lettuce, tomato, and caper tartar sauce; or a veggie burger sourced from green protein with goat cheese, dijonaise, lettuce, and tomato—all burgers served with your choice of fries or salad ($8.95).
Flaunting chic and sumptuous red benches, eclectic wooden fixtures, and the amber intermingling of chandelier light with flickering candles, Firehouse Lounge sets the stage for a fanciful night on the town with friends, buddies, or fellow amateur arm wrestlers. For an alfresco fete, grab a cozy seat on the newly constructed outdoor deck. On Mondays only, you can also use this Groupon to enjoy some pre-Prohibition-style cocktails at Firehouse’s sister space, Embury.
This Groupon is not valid after 11 p.m. or on holidays.
Firehouse Lounge was voted Best Lounge Bar three years in a row (2007–09) by Pittsburgh City Paper, and its in-house sister bar, Embury, was voted Best Pre-Prohibition-Style Cocktails in 2009 by Pittsburgh magazine. Yelpers give Firehouse 3.5 stars, and Citysearchers give it 4.5: > * Part of the appeal is that it’s so casual, comfortable and even personal, as if you had decided to fix yourself a fancy drink in the comfort of your own living room. – Cindy Yogmas, Pittsburgh City Paper > * (Fred) Sarkis uses only quality liquors, fresh juices and herbs, and homemade tinctures and syrups. – Pittsburgh > * The Firehouse Lounge is a perfect place for a first date or a night out with a group. – MelanieSTX, Citysearch