Where the storied three rivers meet in downtown Pittsburgh, your own story begins at Hotel Monaco. Housed in a striking 1903 building in the Central Business District across from Mellon Square Park, our boutique hotel has a playfully bold design that’s unafraid to make a statement. Across 248 guest rooms, 13 suites, and 11,300 square feet of meeting space, you’ll see curiously charming touches, like golden birdcage chandeliers, while many of our 13 suites boast separate living rooms with sleeper sofas, soaking tubs and views of the city skyline.
For Pittsburghers on the go, we opened The Commoner Corner, a five seat counter serving breakfast and lunch every weekday, plus a sidewalk facing grab and go carvery window on Strawberry Way that's open during the lunch rush. Think approachable, seasonal fare and classic comforts like croissant breakfast sandwiches, fresh baked pastries and hot sandwiches with house smoked meats.
Perched 9 stories above William Penn Place, our open air, rooftop Biergarten is the perfect post work and weekend place to cheers good friends and good times. The Biergarten features a tantalizing menu of seasonal cocktails, created by our own bar team, and an ever changing beer list that encompasses many different styles. With your drink in hand, enjoy one of our small bite menu items for a relaxing and fun evening outside.
The Commoner is anything but common. American classics with a touch of the unexpected are at the heart of this Downtown Pittsburgh restaurant. The vibrant design recalls Pittsburgh’s industrial past and complements a kitchen that excels at adding modern flourishes to classic comforts. Our culinary team serves an authentic, locally-focused, ingredient-driven menu that showcases the massive wood-fired oven at the center of The Commoner’s exhibition kitchen.