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Sing Sing

Sing Sing

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Sing Sing
171 East Bridge Street
Homestead, PA 15120
P: 412-462-2739

Brewpub Upscale Restaurant Family

Cards: Visa, MasterCard, Amex, Discover, Diner's , ATM On Site
Games: Pool - 2 Tables
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The Waterfronts Original Dueling Piano Bar & BreweryWe carry on the tradition of Dueling Pianos by focusing on crowd interaction, sing alongs, roasts, and parodies. Come join us for ...

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Bar Hours

Sun. - Tue.CLOSED
Wed. - Fri.6:00pmtil2:00am

Beverage Prices

Beer Types Domestic Import
Draft Beer Draft $4.00 N/A
Draft Beer Bottles $6.50 N/A
Draft Beer Pitchers N/A N/A
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

Monday Night Trivia 7-8pm.

Wednesday Specials & Events $5.00 Cover

Karaoke Sing Sing Idol Contest!

Thursday Specials & Events $7.00 Cover
Friday Specials & Events $7.00 Cover
Saturday Specials & Events $7.00 Cover

User Reviews Average User Rating: 8.6

User Reviews Average User Rating: 8.6

By: Donaldjl - Apr 04 2015 @ 06:55 PM

User's Rating: 9

I went here on a Saturday night. Overall, it was a great experience. Entertainment was amazing. I don't particularly care for the Waterfront location, as it is far away from everything (definitely have to Uber or drive) and it's always difficult to find a parking spot on the weekends. Service was alright. Drinks and food were good but a bit expensive. I would recommend it if you haven't been here!

By: Beer Guy - Jun 30 2009 @ 07:30 PM

User's Rating: 8

I've never been inside Rock Bottom, so this review only applies to Sing Sing.

This is a place to have a fun night out, as others have pointed out it is a larger venue that its local piano bar competitor "Charlie Murdoch's" down in the south side.

In terms of a bar, its nice, large open, stage is visible from pretty much everyone, and the staff is entertaining. The bar offerings and prices were relatively pricey, not the "are you freaking nuts this is Pittsburgh not Manahattan" variety, but you do pay a premium, think of it along the same prices you get at a comedy club.

Now in terms of service, while not bad, its nothing to write home about. This is one area where Charlie Murdoch's, at least in my visits, wins hands down.

The entertainment at both places is comparable, and on I'd like to say on a busy night that Sing Sing parking would be less painful than the southside, but on a busy night, I gotta tell you I don't think being in the waterfront give Sing Sing a benefit I've had to park pretty far away down there at times.

All in all this is a fun place and a great places for a group of friends to get together to celebrate a special occassion etc.

By: Princess Leia - Jan 20 2007 @ 11:16 PM

User's Rating: 10

Sing Sing is one of my favorite places to go.
Last weekend we went to the new place in Southside because we heard it was all the old Sing Sing people.
Something got lost in the translation.
It was too small and there wasn't really a show to speak of.
No-one was really paying attention so we left and went to Waterfront.
We got to Sing Sing and it was hopping.
We had to wait to get in but it was worth it.
We recognised two of the players from before and they had two new guys.
It was just as much fun as it always is. Everyone was singing along and laughing our a**es off.
Do yourself a favor, just go to Sing Sing and skip the other place.

By: Cosmo713 - Dec 05 2006 @ 12:12 AM

User's Rating: 10

I have been to Sing Sing several times and it is one of my favorite places to go. Anytime I have family or friends in town, I take them to Sing Sing. The piano players are hysterical and super friendly. Karl and Danny are always around after the show to greet and thank people for coming. For it being a large bar, it really has that "everyone knows your name" kind of feeling. The inside looked clean and was nicely lit. I hate bars that are too bright or too dark. However, it was hard to get that good of a look because it was packed with people. But I take that as a good sign. I was there last Saturday and there were 3 bartenders behind the bar. The place was packed as usual but my long order of drinks for me and my friends came out fast, accurate and even a little stronger than expected! I was pleasantly suprised. The female bartender I ordered off of was very friendly and took the time to explain their microbrews to us. She even thanked us and told us to have fun. I had friends sitting at a table and they said that their cocktail server was very attentive, friendly and, if I can quote my friend, "had a nice butt." So overall, this place rocks. It is a great combination of excellent music and hysterical comedy. My friends and I are already talking about when to make our next reservation.

By: Schaeffer - Nov 22 2006 @ 09:02 AM

User's Rating: 10

We went here with a group of 12 and I was totally impressed with the way they sat us quickly and served our food in under 20 minutes and got all of the orders right. They have a good variety of their own brew but being a lager drinking I stuck to their Lumpy Dog Lager. It was really good. After the first 2 beers we ordered the biggest drink they had - 6 pints of beer in one mug with a tap on the side. For 6 beers at just $20 it was quite the bargain. We had a great time and the staff was very helpful at accomodating us.

By: Thirstyduck - Jun 03 2005 @ 01:01 PM

User's Rating: 7

The beer sampler is a must on anyone's 21st birthday. Do not mix with shots of Jager...Very clean place, yet a little expensive.

By: Plundis - Feb 02 2005 @ 12:26 AM

User's Rating: 8
visited this Rock Bottom over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. I showed up after midnight, so there was no food to order. Kitchen closes at midnight - which is a disappointment since you have people drinking all the way up until 2AM... They should keep the limited menu running as close to 2AM as possible.. No food, no beer rule. At any rate, that gripe aside, we spent most of time with Matt, a manager at Rock Bottom. Matt is a good guy we know otherwise and was employed before by Big Bean Burrito Group. Matt's an excellent chef. I got the informal tour which was nice as well as lots of time for questions about the beer. It's worth noting, during my last trip I wasn't so happy with the beer selection or quality. There's a change and some information worth noting. First, there is at least one cask conditioned beer usually available. The beer is primo and isn't listed on the big board in the middle of the place. You might never notice it existed unless you were at the bar and noticed the cask or a seperate tap. I recommended they put it out on the main board so everyone knows the brew exists. The cask conditioned ale they had on tap was nitro delivered and delicious. There also is a Scotch Ale available right now which is tasty enough to end up in a growler to come home with me. That says something since I don't find many beers worthy of the trek from brewery to my fridge. The bar top I said was sand, was in better condition and is actually ice.. A really neat concept and place to keep your pint nicely chilled. Duh! This Rock Bottom is actually pretty good for a chain establishment. The beers, via my sampler tasting seem to be right on with style and the speciality cask and seasonals are as good as it gets. The Waterfront where this Rock Bottom is located is a major destination for shopping and entertainment. With a place like Rock Bottom anchoring the dining, I think we will see more growth and more dining options being introduced into the Waterfront during 2005 and 2006.

By: Brewman - Mar 13 2003 @ 10:34 AM

User's Rating: 7
This place isn't bad for being a chain brewery. Their beers are good, nothing extrodinary. And the foods pretty good also. It has a nice feel to it despite it's size. A few pool tables are along the window and they have live music from time to time. If you're in the Waterfront area you could do much worse than this place.
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