A Family Tradition Since 1924
The original owner of The Pittsburgh Inn purchased the land on December 15, 1917. The first name associated with the establishment was The Green Goose Grill. An original menu is located in our back dining area. In the early 20's, the name changed to The Pittsburgh Inn and has remained the same to this day.
A kitchen was added sometime in the 1950's. It's believed that The Pittsburgh Inn is the oldest casual dining restaurant in Erie - a family tradition since 1924. The Inn specializes in serving the best in home-cooked meals. The new innkeepers, Tom and Robin Weunski, would like to personally welcome you to The Pittsburgh Inn.
Please be sure to visit our "Walls of Honor" located in the front lobby. A tribute to all our brave service men & women. New pictures are welcome.
We hope you enjoy your dining experience!