Lorelei is a celebration of northern European drinking culture -- community infused, people-first with exceptional, accessible food in a contemporary American setting. As a dual-concept Beer Hall and Cocktail Bar, Lorelei is perfect for events ranging from intimate gatherings to large parties.
Walking distance to Ace Pittsburgh (.1 miles) & Hotel Indigo Pittsburgh (.2 miles)
Flexible Space - Two concepts in one - Large Party Table Reservations, Partial Rentals + Full Buyout options available.
Food from award-winning Chef, Jamilka Borges
In-house pastry chef Dianne DeStefano
A fine selection of European beers, wines, and craft cocktails
Located at the corner of Baum Blvd. and S. Highland Ave, both bars can be rented alone or together, creating a unique atmosphere perfect for a range of events.
Beer Hall & Lorelei
The Beer Hall features 16 draft lines with a European and local craft beer menu, tall windows, and long 12-foot beer hall-style tables.
Seating: 45 people
Standing: 75 people
Cocktail Bar @ Lorelei
The Cocktail Bar offers an intimate space for elevated alpine-inspired cocktails and wine. High-top tables and extended drink rail along the wall, makes this the perfect gathering.
In addition to private rents, we offer our bright and airy spaces for engagement shoots. $200 per hour on Saturdays between 11:00 am - 2:00 pm (that is when there is the best light).
For your next happy hour or birthday party, let Lorelei reserve you and your guest's space in our Beerhall. We will set aside several tables for your group. We can accommodate individual tabs, drink tickets, or one tab. Be the winner of your group's next outing and book with us.
Capacity: 35 people
Food & Drink
Lorelei's drinks program is inspired by European drinking culture featuring German lagers and pilsners, alpine inspired craft cocktails and a selection of French, German and Austrian wines.
The Lorelei kitchen is led by the dynamic team of executive chef Jamilka Borges, executive chef at the Independent Brewing Company and Hidden Harbor, a James Beard Foundation semifinalist for Rising Star Chef (2015), and Pittsburgh Magazine’s 2018 Chef of the Year, and talented pastry chef Dianne DeStefano (fmr. pastry chef, Twisted Frenchman), pastry chef at the Independent and Hidden Harbor. The chefs’ baking-forward menu, available at both the beer hall and cocktail bar, features casual, shareable options like a baked-fresh-daily pretzel with mustard sabayon and a bacon-sauerkraut cheese spread, and a range of desserts including malted chocolate mousse with Chantilly cream and praline crunch. Savory hand pies built around braised local lamb and heirloom tomatoes recall the empanadas of Borges’ youth in Puerto Rico.