Roundabout Brewery’s pop-up beer garden

This Sunday (after the Pittsburgh Marathon) head to Roundabout’s riverfront beer garden for tunes, tacos and beers in the Chateau section of the North Side.

by Aadam Soorma
September 29, 2019

Roundabout Brewery is located on Butler Street in Lawerenceville, but the also have an outdoor beer garden along the Allegheny River.

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Where is the pop-up beer garden?

It’s quaint and cute and admittedly a little hard to find. You’ll want to type this address into your Googles: 1836 Oxline St. 15233

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Upon arrival, you MIGHT think you’re in the wrong spot. Fear not.

If you see Graceland Automotive or Chateau Cafe, you’re getting warmer. Look for the tents, tables, chairs, food truck and people. There is some parking close by. But even more importantly, the beer garden is located right on the Three Rivers Heritage Trail, perfect for the end (or start?) of your bike ride. 

The Roundabout Brewery pop-up is a true pop-up in every sense of the word. They often choose to forego the pop-up on rainy days and it ONLY exists on weekends.

The hours depend on the day and the best way to stay in the know is to follow Roundabout Brewery on Instagram for regular updates.

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1836 Oxline St
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1836 Oxline St, Pittsburgh, PA 15233, USA

In 2012, Aadam moved to Pittsburgh. He's currently parked (sans chair) in Lawrenceville and plans to stay a while. On the weekends, you'll find him driving a small green bus (Porter Tours) as he leads tours at local breweries. Got a fun story idea? DMs are open: @asoorma.

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