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Rusty Dory Pub

Rusty Dory Pub

Bar Hours

Mon. - Sat.11:00amtil2:00am

Kitchen Hours

Mon. - Sat.11:00amtil2:00am

Beverage Prices

Beer Types Domestic Import
Draft Beer Draft $3.25 $4.25
Draft Beer Bottles $3.25 $4.25
Draft Beer Pitchers $9.00 $16.00
Frozen Soda Mixed Shot




Mixed Drinks




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Weekly Specials, Happy Hours & Events

Weekly Specials, Happy Hours & Events

Monday Specials & Events No Cover

Half Off Selected Appetizers/ $0.50 Wing Night

Tuesday Specials & Events No Cover

Half Off Selected Appetizers/ $0.50 Pierogis /$7.50 Pitchers

Wednesday Specials & Events No Cover

Half Off Selected Appetizers/$0.50 Wings Bone In- Boneless/ $2.00 Domestic Drafts/ $7.50 Domestic Pitchers

Thursday Specials & Events No Cover

$1.00 Tacos/ $3.00 Coronas/ $3.00 Dos Equis/ $12.00 Dos Equis Buckets

Friday Specials & Events No Cover


Saturday Specials & Events No Cover


User Reviews Average User Rating: 6.4

User Reviews Average User Rating: 6.4

By: Mary - Feb 26 2006 @ 03:20 PM

User's Rating: 10


By: SweetPea - Feb 23 2005 @ 09:51 PM

User's Rating: 7

I noticed there have been no reviews in over a year of the Rusty Dory pub. I live right in the area, so the 5 minute drive to get there is not bad.

I've been there a few times now, and have had a great time. I mean, it's not high-class, clubby, and it doesn't have a dance floor, but it is a nice place to B.S.

On Mondays, they have "guest bartender" contest, and the one with the most tips wins.

They also have karaoke one or two times a week, and the drinks are pretty cheap. Yingling is almost always on special, and the bartender there is always there and pretty cool. They even had poker tablesl set up this Monday; the music rocked too!

Anyone in Bellevue/Avalon/Ben Avon area looking for somewhere easy to get to without a lot of fuss, this is a good place!

By: Dive Dive Dive - Dec 12 2003 @ 07:51 PM

User's Rating: 7
This bar was formerly known as the River Road Inn. The River Road was a classy bar in its day. On one side was a restaurant with an Italian/Greek menu and was packed to the brim with customers in its glory days. On the other side of the building was the bar. Its features included a jukebox with a wide variety of music, big screen TV for the Steelers/Penguins games, cigarette machine for the smokers, and video poker machines. It also offered six packs to go at unbelievably low prices. But what made this bar great were the intangibles. The bartenders were courteous and friendly and you would never get thirsty waiting for a refill. The regulars were likable and quick to engage a newcomer to the bar in conversation. Free food was always to be had especially during a Steelers game. The owner would visit the bar, chat with the customers and pass out free drink chips. If a patron would get unruly the situation would get taken care of promptly. Drink specials were posted every night and the bathrooms were at all times clean and tidy. The only shortcoming was its lack of pool table and dart board however first-class service, pleasant atmosphere, good conversation and reasonable prices more than made up for it. When the owner retired the place was put up for sale. After a couple years the place was finally bought and reopened as the Redman's River Side Inn. (It's now called Champions) The wall separating the dining room and bar was taken down and the bar was elongated with a shoddy 1970's kitchen table style white Formica top. The regular bartender (and I won't mention her name) is the slowest I've ever seen, even when the place isn't busy. The jukebox was replaced with a puny wall hanging model and the bathrooms are not exactly kept sparkling. Redman's is not however without its good points. If you enjoy Karaoke you won't be disappointed. The downstairs banquet room now has a DJ, (who does play your requests), a couple of pool tables and another small bar. Upstairs a wall was taken out and you now can go outside on the deck on spring and summer nights. The crowd is a mix of older and younger people and generally has a good atmosphere. I've drank there a handful of times in the past few years and occasionally run across a River Road regular. I suspect I find them there for the same reason as me; to reminisce about the good times we had at that place. I haven't been there in a number of months but plan on visiting in the next couple of weeks so if anything has changed I will review it again.

By: Devnull - Aug 06 2003 @ 10:03 AM

User's Rating: 2
This place basically sucks. I stopped by on a Friday Night. Waited about 7 minuets for service as the tender was playing a mega touch. The beer was cheep, the crowed friendly however, the food was little to be desired. This bar changed its name to Champions. The only saving grace was a dart board that is apparently gone. So much for the sports bar idea.

By: Ratholefan - Aug 06 2002 @ 01:30 PM

User's Rating: 6
Went there on a Monday Night. The place is very dark. The special of the night was 2.50 Large drafts. They have a few tv's to watch the game, and I hear they have a game room, but I didn't see it for myself, it is not part of the bar. Free Parking in front of the place, and I saw a deck on the back, which would be nice for warm nights. One bad point, went back another day to get a 6 pack of Zima and they wanted $12.00, too expensive.
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