Plan A Pittsburgh Rehearsal Dinner Looking for a rehearsal dinner restaurant in Pittsburgh or place to hold your next special event? Here are a few of our favorite restaurants for private parties in Pittsburgh. While most of these restaurants have private rooms you can reserve, all are happy to accommodate for a private Pittsburgh rehearsal dinner. Downtown Six Penn Kitchen Website: www.sixpennkitchen.com What we like: Their chic private room upstairs and rooftop bar. Sonoma Grill Website: thesonomagrille.com What we like: They have offer a several different dining options, from sit-down dinners to food stations. Common Plea Restaurant & Catering Website: Commonplea-catering.com What we like: Their catering team will work with a variety of venues in Pittsburgh or come to your home. Olive or Twist Website: www.olive-twist.com What we like: Depending on the day of the week, you can rent a variety of spaces, from their VIP Room to their entire second floor. Lidia’s Pittsburgh Website: www.lidias-pittsburgh.com What we like: They have several options for private parties, including a private space upstairs, a semi-private dining option downstairs or patio dining. And we love Lidia’s brunch! Sharp Edge (The Loft) Website: site.sharpedgebeer.com/loft What we like: The Loft was designed for all types of groups, including meetings and presentations. It is outfitted with Wi-Fi and a 54” flat screen TV. Station Square Buca di Beppo Website: www.bucadibeppo.com What we like: Unique, themed dining rooms at no extra charge with one of their group dinner packages. Grand Concourse Website: www.muer.com What we like: This classic Pittsburgh location has three private rooms that can accommodate any number of guests. The Melting Pot Website: www.meltingpot.com What we like: Their large party room can hold up to 42 guests and has A/V capabilities. South Side Ibiza Website: www.ibizatapasrestaurant.com What we like: Their menu features over 45 tapas from around the world and they have a private upstairs room. Nakama Website: www.eatatnakama.com/ What we like: This 1893 historical landmark building has been totally renovated and their semi-private party room is available for private functions. McCormick’s & Schmicks Website: www.mccormickandschmicks.com What we like: Their River Room can hold up to 100 and their location in the heart of the South Side Works. Cheesecake Factory Website: www.thecheesecakefactory.com What we like: They offer large party seating throughout the restaurant and of course, 50 legendary cheesecakes and specialty desserts. There are so many other great venues in Pittsburgh – our list can’t possibly include them all! Have another suggestion? Leave it in the comments below! Do you need help pulling together your next Pittsburgh rehearsal MuseumLab wedding venue is a unique place in Pittsburgh that embraces a “beautiful ruin” style. It retains a lot of the original library building’s past grandeur and historic roots while still providing brides with updated modern features and amenities. They feature an ornate entrance, high arches, unique spaces, and inspiring artwork throughout the venue that will truly capture the attention of every guest in attendance! Because of MuseumLab’s intricate design, couples have access to three floors during their celebration. While weddings are held throughout the venue depending on a couple’s specific needs, most prefer to host their ceremony on the 1st floor Grable Gallery, cocktails on the 2nd floor Gathering Space, dinner in the 3rd floor Assembly Hall, and then return back to the Gathering Space for dancing and dessert. And with this kind of access, they can accommodate 120 guests for a traditional ceremony and sit-down dinner and up to 200 for a simple ceremony. Once a couple books their wedding at MuseumLab, they are able to use the space for a 4-hour celebration with the option to add a 5th hour for an additional fee. Couples have access to a large number of tables and chairs and parking is available at their Children’s Museum venue next door at no additional fee for guests. Couples know that they’re in good hands at MuseumLab based on their exclusive vendor list as well. They work with four exclusive caterers: Big Catering, Rania’s Catering, Parkhurst, and All in Good Taste Productions. They also use All Occasions as their exclusive rental company. With all of the different offerings that they offer, it’s no wonder why brides love booking their wedding at MuseumLab. They truly make a lasting impression and it’s difficult to find another space like it in Pittsburgh. If you have any questions about the MuseumLab wedding venue, contact us at Hello Productions. We are happy to help make your wedding day special!