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D's Six Pax & Dogz

D's Six Pax & Dogz

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D's Six Pax & Dogz
1118 South Braddock Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15218
P: 412-241-4666

Six-Pack Sports Restaurant Local Hangout Beer Bar Bottle Shop

Cards: Visa, MasterCard, Amex, Discover , ATM Nearby

Bar Hours

Mon. - Wed.11:00amtil11:00pm
Thu. - Sat.11:00amtil12:00am

Kitchen Hours

Mon. - Wed.11:00amtil11:00pm
Thu. - Sat.11:00amtil12:00am
Dance floor
Look & Feel
Bar Size
Dance Floor Size
Dining Size
Bottled Beers
Draft Beers
Mixed Drinks
Frozen Drinks

Beverage Prices

Beer Types Domestic Import
Draft Beer Draft $3.00 $4.00
Draft Beer Bottles $3.00 $4.00
Draft Beer Pitchers N/A N/A
Beer Notes:  Ten distinguished beers always on tap Over 900 domestic, import & micro beers. Mix & match for takeout! Pittsburgh's LARGEST selection of import & micro beers - reasonably priced - mix & match singles or six packs
Frozen Soda Mixed Shot




Mixed Drinks




Drink Notes:  House wine 3.95

Review Staff Review: 10

Review Staff Review: 10

By: Kelly Chugg

I really like to go to D's it's one of my favorite bars and it's within walking distance to my house which makes it even better! When they first opened there was a smallish bar, great hot dogs and numerous coolers and a back room with somewhat organized chaos of many many beers from around the world. Some years later they have over 5 signature hot dogs, hoagies, some of the finest traditional and specialty pizza in town and calizones. They have annexed the space next door to them tripling their dining space, the beer cave is cool and organized into world regions, they have over 1000 different beers on hand and the double door coolers have been replaced by a large walk in cooler.

The dining space is very well decorated with a who's who of entertainment painted on the interior wall which in my honest opinion trumps Primanti's version of the same.

This is the place to go for beer selection -- even the Pittsburgh Beer Society meets here for their beer tastings!

User Reviews Average User Rating: 7.6

User Reviews Average User Rating: 7.6

By: 3drums - May 08 2015 @ 10:41 AM

User's Rating: 8

D's is a fundamental part of the Greater Regent Square Area. How can you not love this Bar?

I have only lived in the area for a short time but have enjoyed just about everything at this bar: Happy Hour, "Date Night", day drinking, and sporting events. D's is always a favorite and maker of fantastic memories. It's a great place for beer and a conversation with a pleasant bartender or watching a game.

The bar area is nice and spacious, but not overly noisy. It has a casual, unpretentious feel. The service is quick, efficient, and friendly. The beer selection is decent with reasonable prices. Would strongly recommend to everyone!

By: BFP - Feb 18 2014 @ 10:46 PM

User's Rating: 8

D's has a massive beer selection, on tap as well as bottled. I love picking a new beer to try with the Three Little Pigs pizza.

By: Smarchewka - Jul 28 2011 @ 09:55 AM

User's Rating: 5

Visited this place a few times for lunch. Fantastic selection of beer. Got a meal on 3 different occasions, twice it took a long time getting to our table. Bathrooms are clean. Atmosphere and decor is great. Like this place a lot, but the service keeps me from going back.

By: Acerun1 - Aug 20 2010 @ 12:55 PM

User's Rating: 8

D's is one of the original craft beer bars in Pittsburgh, and still one of my favorites. I remember well, not long ago when D's was still that tiny wedge of a place, having to squeeze between the last seat at the bar and the coolers to get back to the beer cave - which once occupied the space of the current kitchen. And, I remember saying to my wife at that time, "You know, if they made this place twice as big, it would still be just as crowded!"

The expansion/remodel that took place several years ago has more than doubled the size, as well as created a fun, laid-back place to drink from a myriad list of fine beers - both bottled and on tap. I enjoy the mural on the wall that depicts celebrities (local and international, from movies & music to sports, as well as politics and history, spanning many generations) all drinking at a sort of Oktoberfest-like bierhalle & festival! There is other custom interior woodwork and decor that add to the unique atmosphere of D's - likenesses of hops vines and cones adorning the walls, and ale-sipping Trappist monks who peer out of the crown molding keeping watch over the daily revelries. Yet it does, indeed, tend to get just as crowded as ever, especially on the weekends.

The hot dogs are the standard on the menu, and the variety of toppings seem to offer something for everyone. The burgers, wings, pizzas, salads & sandwiches - a selection which has also expanded since the remodel - all have gourmet toppings and iterations as diverse as the beers they serve. And, the 1919 Draft Root Beer makes this a PERFECT place for craft beer junkies-turned-parents to take the kiddies for dinner!!

The beer cave is a wonderful place to wander around, mix & match a six-pack, and ponder where you'd put your bed if you could move into that little room. If you're choosing some bottles to go, you can get a great variety of beers in your carrier. But, you need to realize that you're paying a premium to get that variety and selection. Such a collection of six will run in the neighborhood of $20-$25.

So, why do I offer only an "8" rating for a place that I love so much? For me, it simply comes down to service. As I mentioned, it always seems to be busy at D's. I've often sat for 5-10 minutes, after arriving, without a server even coming to take a drink order. Although the staff is usually friendly, and is typically knowledgeable enough about the beer to talk about it, it seems that they're too busy to care that your glass is empty. If you're there with no more than one other person, and there's space at the bar, jump on it! I've always gotten better service when sitting there.

My theory is that the "seat yourself" arrangements, and the fact that people can take anywhere from 30 minutes to 3 hours to have a few beers, contribute to an extremely difficult dining room to manage for a wait staff. In my opinion, that's an issue that management should address and try to fix.

In short: The beer selection, tasty pub grub, and fun atmosphere always keep me going back to D's. The frequency of my visits would likely increase if the service issues were better.

By: SpicyPisces - Jul 14 2010 @ 09:20 PM

User's Rating: 10

Best hot dogs I've ever had and very fast, friendly service. A great date spot!

By: Firemedic737 - Jul 06 2010 @ 12:09 PM

User's Rating: 8

This is a great bar if all you want to do is find a non-macro brewed beer or you want to eat. The food is really good and I highly recommend going for a hot dog. The service on the other hand is lacking. It appears as if it is staffed by college drop outs, or people that would be happier living in Haight-Ashbury. I am highly supportive of going to this bar, but would be much happier if the servers took pride in their work and appearance.

By: ABC Club Pittsburgh - Jul 17 2009 @ 02:09 PM

User's Rating: 8

Two words: Beer. Cave. ABC Pgh LOVED the ice cold import and microbrew selection and the chance to be a part of the beer tasting at our meet-up on June 11 for D Bar. Pick and choose a few brews to try while you're there, then mix up a pack of favorites to take with you. Also, if you haven't tried their draft root beer, it's definitely worth sampling a glass.

Food of choice - what else? "D's Delicious Dogz" were a hit, with the Chicago Style and Chili-cheese dogs at the top of the list. At first glance, close to $3 or $4 a dog seems pricy, but they are an entire meal packed into one bun. They're a good size with lots of toppings piled on and there's an extra list of free toppings you can add to your specialty dogs too.

We showed up to D's during a busy time in the evening, so the place was packed full. The folks sitting at the bar were quickly waited on and their drafts were kept full. If you are grabbing something from the beer cave, don't be afraid to flag someone down to pop open your bottle.

ABC Club members say...

"D's? I love D's! I'll be back for beer cave for sure."
-Erin V.

"You've GOT to try the draft root beer. It's the best!"
-Jess C.

By: Foam - Nov 20 2008 @ 10:14 AM

User's Rating: 5

employees have attitude many times
beer is WAAAAY over-priced , I rather go to the Sharp Edge for a similar but much more authentic beer experience ...too small, crowded and just cliquey anymore ...they need about 4 times the room / space that they have to do this right ...

By: Swoosh - Aug 20 2008 @ 05:37 PM

User's Rating: 9

I think I died and went to beer heaven, and I don't mean the beer heaven like is portrayed in those crummy Miller Lite commercials on TV where everything is made of crappy watered down piss-water marketed as Miller Lite. That would actually be beer hell. But do not fear, salvation can be found D's Six Pax & Dogz located on South Braddock Avenue in Regent Square. Not only does D's offer some darn good food, but I assure you it is the path to beer enlightenment.

I was prepared to see the literal warehouse of bottled beers in the back room, but what really surprised me was the amount of great beers available on tap. Many of the draft beers were micro-brews I'd never heard of. Luckily the bartenders here are more than happy to explain the characteristics and flavors of the different available beers and even recommend some of their own favorites.

The bar area is kind of cramped; not so cramped to make you feel claustrophobic, but instead cozy. If the bar area gets too crowded there is a large dining area off to the side with plenty of tables to sit at. Dee's has the feel of a diner with bright lighting and hot dogs grilled directly in front of you. Coming to you straight off the grill these hot dogs are amazing and D's has toppings to suit anyone's tastes. They even offer toppings that I never even thought of putting on a hot dog.

The prices of the beer and the food are a bit on the expensive side, but I assure you that it is well worth it. Draft beers run around $5.50 and for the selection available it is my opinion that this is a fair price. The hot dogs are usually between $3 and $4 depending on the choice of toppings, but I assure you that the price does indeed reflect the quality.

In my opinion D's is one of the best lesser-known bars in the city. It's not really a place where people get rowdy drunk and party all night, but if you are in the mood for some good food and a selection of beers that can't be found anywhere else but a handful of other places in the city then stop by D's Six Pax & Dogz the next time you are in the area of Regent Square.

By: GirlWeaponX - Mar 26 2007 @ 02:45 PM

User's Rating: 7

This past Saturday afternoon, I checked out D's for the first time. I've been hearing good things about the place for a while, so I figured it was time to see for myself. I ordered food to-go and had a beer while I waited.

They have an impressive tap selection! Specifically, I remember Victory Storm King, a great but often overlooked offering from this brewery. Also, they've got 1919 Draft Root Beer! I had a glass and it was great!

The hot dogs were awesome as well! I could barely finish the two I ordered. I was eating chilli cheese dogs, and I would've preferred sliced cheese as opposed to cheese sauce, but I'll know to order it that way next time. Oh yea, and according to my friend who grew up in Chicago, the Chicago Dogs are authentic.

I didn't get to check out the self-serve beer library, but I'm impressed that it exists...

By: Fkkr - Mar 20 2007 @ 03:57 PM

User's Rating: 7

Great Dogs. amazing beer selection, can really drop some money! But dude $3-$4 for a hot dog?! c'mon.

By: Etogd - Dec 17 2006 @ 11:48 AM

User's Rating: 9

Beer selection is incredible and the amount of seasonals now is great.. pizza is very good and gotta have a dog!! They have a bluesy band on Saturday nights that jams, East End Dukes, I think!! Waitstaff great at helpin pick tasty beers also.. nice since they expanded and there is more room to move!!

By: Pushit - Dec 05 2006 @ 03:04 PM

User's Rating: 4

I used to really like D's, when it was an unpretentious hotdog shop with a good beer selection. The staff used to act like they care. Now...since they've expanded and moved all the bottles and sixpacks to a proper "beer cave" cooler and are attracting a "cool" crowd something seems different. Perhaps it was when i walked and got my bottle and then took it to the counter in the newly expanded section and the "bartender" or whatever the kid who rolled his eyes and grunted "$3.50" at me was trying to be, that I noticed a different vibe in the place. Or maybe it was when I walked to the old side of the place and sat at the end of the bar near the door and the guy working that counter proceeds to ask: "Whered you get that beer?" ans: "On the otherside." "Did you pay for it?" ans: "Yes, at the other counter" "Who sold it to you?" ans: "The kid on the otherside, he's right there" I point to him. He asks the kid if he sold me the beer, who rolls his eyes again, acts like he cant remember and then finally agrees that he sold me the beer. THEN..."Are you sure paid for that?!?" this point I had fucking had it and finished my beer and walked out. I used to really like this place. an attitude free hotdog shop with great micros and imports...but now...I dont think so. Same beer but the whole place feels yuppy and full of 'tude. sorry. wont be back

By: Hal4579 - Nov 28 2006 @ 03:01 PM

User's Rating: 10

D's has been my spot since I moved to Regent Square and I can't find another place like it. The Pittsburgh Bottle Shop almost comes close, but there is just something about D's that makes me feel at home.

A little review...They have just started a new food menu and from what I've had and heard; It's going well. I had the whole wings in the hot sauce and they were really good. Although, I think I might like just about any food if I can wash it down with a nearly unlimited selection of beer. Also, they now have 18 drafts with most of them changing every couple of days.

By: Twitty - Aug 03 2001 @ 09:07 AM

User's Rating: 8
If I died and came back as a bar, this is what I would want to be. I would want to provide people the option of trying 1000+ different beers! D'z has a 'beer cave' with about 1000 different single beers for sale. I like to stop in after work, pick up a 6 pack of a theme beers (ie, mexican night, belgium beers, porters, etc)and enjoy over the course of the evening. And if I feel like hanging out at a bar, D'z provides some of their beer cold, for consumption at the bar. And what better to chase down a beer than hot dogs. Not unlinke the cherry on top of the sunday, D'z has beer on draught, different ones regularly! Over all, a great provider of beers, but as a stand alone bar, D'z is average. But, don't let that stop you for visiting, it's worth it, trust me!

By: Stor - Jul 15 2001 @ 06:48 PM

User's Rating: 8
Great beer variety. Excellent dogs. Check out the onion rings.
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