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East End and Eliza’s Oven Combine to Open East End Brewery Taproom
The Pittsburgh Public Market located in Pittsburgh’s Strip District will be closing its doors at the end of February, but two of its businesses are keeping things rolling in this historic area of the city.
Eliza’s Oven and East End Brewing Company are joining forces to bring you the new East End Brewery Taproom located in the Pennsylvania Building on 19th Street in the Strip. Their new spot will feature the usual offerings you’ve grown accustomed to from East End (pints, growler fills, six packs, swag) and will also feature food from Eliza’s on a rotating menu. Said menu is set to include a seasonal sandwich selection, hand pies, pot pies, pretzels with beer cheese, soups, and more. The Taproom will also host a Beer Brunch every Saturday and Sunday and will implement GrubHub for food deliveries once the doors are open.
The environment will be kid-friendly and offer Barmy’s Sodas in addition to East End beers for the parents. Eliza’s Oven owner Eliza Bowman feels their new spot will be a fun place for people to visit in the Strip and her alliance with East End is the perfect match.
“It’s a natural progression for us,” Eliza stated. “We’ve been partnering with East End since we opened two and a half years ago and making this move further into the Strip will allow us both to really showcase our products, both together and separately.”
The East End Brewery Taproom is aiming for a grand opening in March. Stay close to the Pittsburgh Craft Beer Network for business hours and information regarding the official opening. You can also follow East End and Eliza’s Oven on Twitter to stay up-to-date on everything you need to know.