Before breakfast was the first meal of the day, it was part of a midday supermeal—Dinner, Breakfast, Nash & Young. Give breakfast’s solo work its proper respect with today’s Groupon to Gateway Grill in Monroeville. Choose between the following options:
Gateway Grill serves breakfast daily, so early risers can head butt breakfast entrees throughout the week. Tuck into an array of omelets packed with veggies, cheeses, and meats ($6.99–7.99), or breakfast sandwiches such as the belt ($6.99), which uses its namesake to keep bacon, egg, and tomato fillings from bursting out of grilled italian bread.
Each day, the eatery’s cooks begin building fires at least an hour before customers arrive, ensuring a white-hot surface for infusing sizzling diner fare with smoky flavor for a menu that the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review praises as “tak[ing] full advantage of its wood-fired grill.” The restaurant’s signature wood-grill entrees include chuck roast ($14.99), whose certified aged Angus gets spiced and then roasted for hours by sharp-tongued comedians. Slow-roasted prime ribs ($14.95+) fall tenderly from the bone and alight on taste-lorn tongues, and pizza piles fresh cheese and a choice of 17 toppings on a thick crust ($13.79–$15.79, plus $2.79/topping). Gateway Grill hoists aloft 20 flat-screen televisions, making it an ideal neighborhood gathering place to drink in local sports highlights or local softball-league lowlights.