Guide to Half-Price Wine Nights in Pittsburgh + a $10 bottle list

We’ve put together a guide to the half-price wine nights and the best bottle deals at Pittsburgh restaurants. 

by Lainne Bacharach
January 15, 2020

Pittsburgh is already known for having lots of options for cheap eats. The discounts don’t just apply to pizza and beer. There are several restaurants that offer some great wine specials.

We’ve put together a guide to the half-price wine nights and the best bottle deals at Pittsburgh restaurants.

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Union Grill // Oakland

This N. Craig Street staple has been well-known for its homestyle comfort food for years. They have a list of $10 bottles of wine (you must order $10 of food to get the $10 wine pricing).

The Union Grill doesn’t have an updated website. We called the restaurant to confirm pricing on January 15, 2020.


Carmella’s Plates & Pint’s // South Side

Malbec Monday is from 4 pm – 10 pm. Carmella’s offers half-priced bottles of wine with a $20 food purchase. The special applies to all wines $50 or less.

Carmella’s Plates & Pints Website


The Library // Southside

On Tuesday, The Library offers ½ off bottles of wine and a food special, $5.99 for ½ pound of ribs and fries.

The Library Website


Shady Grove // Shadyside

Shady Grove is known for its daily food and drinks specials. On Wednesdays, Shady Grove offers half-priced bottles of wine and $5 Long Islands.

Shady Grove Website

The Foundry // North Shore

The Foundry offers half-priced bottles of wine for “Wined Down” Wednesday.

The Foundry Website

The Yard // Downtown, Mt. Lebanon & North Fayette

Mt. Lebanon & North Fayette // 6:30 pm-close: half-off bottles and carafes of premium wine.

Downtown // 6 pm – 10 pm – half-off bottles of wine.

The Yard Website

Frances // Shadyside

According to their Instagram account, Frances offers $25 bottles of wine with the purchase of two entrees.

Frances Website


Social // Bakery Square

Half-priced select bottles of wine all day Friday.

Social Website

Photo credit: Ryan Neeven.

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