Mt Lebanon, PA – After19 years in the Mt Lebanon neighborhood, Atria’s in Mt Lebanon is serving their original menu with retro pricing from 1998 for the entire month of May. Pat McDonnell, CEO of Restaurant Holdings, explained, “the restaurant industry is an ever changing industry with a lot of highs and lows, so it’s a true honor to be able to say that Atria’s Mt Lebanon has been serving the neighborhood for 19 years. This is our way of saying ‘thank you’ to our loyal patrons, because without them, we would not be where we are today.”
In 1998, McDonnell purchased the original Atria’s historic location in Mt Lebanon with hopes of having a small restaurant project. What started as a small dream turned into an expansive Pittsburgh restaurant company that now employees more than 1,000 people in the area. “Atria’s originally started in the 1930’s, so we wanted to make sure that we continued to carry on the legacy of the Atria family. That is something we committed to in 1998, and still strive to do every single day.”
Although Atria’s in Mt Lebanon is the only location serving the original 1998 menu (now through May 31st), the other Atria’s Pittsburgh locations will also feature some original menu items throughout the month of May. These features include Creamy Chicken Marsala, Quattro Fromage Dip, Seafood Gorgonzola, London Broil and other traditional favorites.
Guests can also stop in and enter to win a $1998 Atria’s gift card. No purchase necessary, Visit any Atria’s location for details. Gift card contest ends May 31st.
Atria’s menu style is American cuisine created using local produce, sustainable seafood and proprietary cut meats from Meats by Linz in Chicago. They are known for their Pot Roast Nachos, Award Wining Cheddar Burger, House Smoked BBQ Ribs and Proprietary Cut Steaks.
About Restaurant Holdings
Restaurant Holdings is a local Pittsburgh restaurant company that owns and operates Atria’s Restaurants and Juniper Grill. They also manage Ditka’s Restaurants and are the exclusive caterer for the National Aviary and Gilfillan Farm.