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LEVEL 20

LEVEL 20

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LEVEL 20
1033 Paxton Drive
Bethel Park, PA 15102
P: 412-595-7953
W: http://www.level20lounge.com

Upscale Sports Restaurant

Cards: Visa, MasterCard, Amex , ATM On Site
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LEVEL 20 is a Casual Bar Restaurant with Entertainment options - NAME THAT TUNE with DJ Joe EVERY FRIDAY at 9:30 & DJ UNTIL 1:00 am. $6 MARTINI NIGHT EVERY FRIDAY! TUESDAY Trivia at 7:30 ...

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Bar Hours

Sunday12:00pmtil12:00am
Mon. - Thu.4:00pmtil1:00am
Fri. - Sat.4:00pmtil2:00am

Kitchen Hours

Sunday12:00pmtil10:00pm
Monday4:00pmtil10:00pm
Tue. - Thu.4:00pmtil11:00pm
Fri. - Sat.4:00pmtil12:00am
Clean
Crowd
Dance floor
Lighting
Look & Feel
Restrooms
Security
Service
Staff
Bar Size
Dance Floor Size
Dining Size
Parking
Bottled Beers
Draft Beers
Mixed Drinks
Shots
Frozen Drinks

Beverage Prices

Beer Types Domestic Import
Draft Beer Draft $2.75 $5.50
Draft Beer Bottles $2.75 $4.50
Draft Beer Pitchers N/A N/A
Frozen Soda Mixed Shot
Frozen

N/A

Pop

$1.99

Mixed Drinks

$5.00

Shots

$4.50

Drink Notes:  Wine = $ 6.00

Bar Notes

Bar Notes

By: Arthur Barms

LEVEL 20 is a Brand New Sports Bar with an upscale atmosphere and creative bar food. Upstairs at Level 20 is a club atmosphere with the latest in light & sound - DJ's most weekends!

Weekly Specials, Happy Hours & Events

Weekly Specials, Happy Hours & Events

Sunday Specials & Events No Cover

Breakfast Served From 12 Noon To Close All Day On Sundays! Basic Starts At $6 & Breakfast Burger At $9.95

Monday Specials & Events No Cover

Open - Happy Hour From 4 To 7 With $4 Craft Beers, $4 Wells, & $5 Wine. $4 Craft Beer Night & $3 Off Any Burger!

Tuesday Specials & Events No Cover

Happy Hour From 4 To 7 With $4 Craft Beer, $4 Wells, & $5 Wine. 1/2 Price Nachos & $7 Miller Lite Pitchers!

Wednesday Specials & Events No Cover

Weekday Happy Hour From 4 To 7 With $4 Craft Beer, $4 Wells, & $5 Wine. $5 Flatbreads & $5 Wine!

Thursday Specials & Events No Cover

Weekday Happy Hour From 4 To 7 With $4 Craft Beers, $4 Wells, & $5 Wine. $10 Ten Wings & Fries & $4 Church Brew Works Draft Beers!

Friday Specials & Events No Cover

Weekday Happy Hour From 4 To 7 With $4 Craft Beers, $4 Wells, & $5 WineBest Fish In Town! - Colins Traditional English Fish & ChipsFriday Martini Night - $6 All Night & Name That Tune With Dj Joe At 9:30 & Dj Until 1:00 AmGuinness Fried Shrimp & Fries Basket $10

$6 Martini Night Every Friday & Dj Every Friday Night At 9:30 & Name That Tune With Dj Joe At 10:00 PmNo Cover

9/29/2017 @ 09:30 PM
Trivia (DJ Joe Pgh)
Name That Tune - No Cover
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Saturday Specials & Events No Cover

Karaoke With J.r Every Saturday! $2 Off Any Wrap & $3.50 Miller Lite 20 Oz Drafts

Karaoke With Jr Every Saturday Night Beginning At 9:00!!! No Cover

Upcoming Events

Time/Type Title/Cover/Ages
9/29/2017 @ 09:30 PM
Trivia (DJ Joe Pgh)
Name That Tune · 21 and Over
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User Reviews Average User Rating: 7.5

User Reviews Average User Rating: 7.5

By: Kilted Lawyer - Jan 13 2012 @ 11:42 AM

User's Rating: 7

We had a Groupon, so we thought we would try it out. The place is very clean. The bar is nice and the dining area has some really neat tables.

The menu is limited and although the food was of good quality, I'm afraid this establishment may be pricing itself out of the market. My wife's chicken pasta was $16 and my burger and fries was $12.

I appreciate what they're trying to do here; the waitstaff/kitchen help/management were all very nice. The place itself is very nice; the beer selection is pretty extensive. However, there's probably a reason that there were only two tables of diners at 6 PM and I'm thinking it's the price tag.

By: Doughboy1369 - Aug 28 2011 @ 06:57 PM

User's Rating: 7

Level 20 was very clean. Very inviting to come in and sit down. Lots of TVs in the bar and seating area so any direction you sat you could see them. Kid friendly too. The kitchen isn't fully completed yet so they had a limited menu...however the few things they had were very good. I tried the Brisket Sandwich. Very good and excellent flavor...had apples on the bottom which gave it a good taste. The dip sampler was very good too. My wife had the steak salad...good, but nothing special. Drinks were good, wife's martini was good however my mixed drink tasted a little on the weak side. Waitstaff was good, but we were a there on a slightly off hour so there was only 1 girl working, so I would assume it would be better during peak hours. They have an upstairs (for private parties too)...very large with pool tables and DJ booth and a second bar. We liked this place and will be going back soon, especially when the kitchen is fully opened.

By: Diamond Dave - Jul 16 2011 @ 07:40 PM

User's Rating: 9

Went to Level 20 twice this past week for karaoke. This is a very nice upscale sports bar / dance club. The interior is clean and very modern. The drink prices are higher than your typical hole in the wall, but seemed to be within what you'd typically expect for an upscale place and they do have drink specials.

Didn't get a chance check out the upstairs so I can't comment on the dance club portion.

Didn't eat dinner there but did check out the menu. Not your typical burger/wings/hoagie place. Some pretty bold choices on their limited menu but nothing so exotic that I wouldn't try. I did try the Bleu Cheese and Roasted Tomatoes appetizer at the suggestion of the waitress. Really tasty.

The waitresses / bartenders were very friendly and attentive and quite pleasing on the eye. The owners were also very visible to the customers.

It's a little too far for me to make it a regular stop, but I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to anyone in the South Park area looking for more of a nice upscale experience.

By: Bcp1977 - Apr 22 2011 @ 12:04 PM

User's Rating: 8

This past wed night myself and my girlfriend along with 3 other couples gave the new bar level 20 a shot. My gf and myself showed up about 30 min b4 the pens game. We sat down at the bar and were quickly greeted by 2 employees. There was about 6 others at the bar. During our first drink we were introduced to the owner. After finding out that they have been open a little over a month he gave both of us a tour of the place including the upstairs. Ive never been in a place this clean. Everything about this place let me know that we will be coming back. The downstairs has two parts. The bar area which has a few tvs and then a lounge type restaraunt seating area. With plenty of tvs a pool table and i hear a few dart boards to be coming. The upstairs looks perfect for the 21 to 27 year old dance club crowd and during my tour I was informed they do underage events up there such as sweet 16s. The menu was a little limited but i was informed that it will be growing in the near future. I ate the Italian hogie with banana peppers and it was excellent. The service was excellent even with the place getting packed during the Pens game! The two employees gave great service along with the owner and his wife hustling as well. I highly suggest this place to everyone in the south park, bethel park, castle shannon and surrounding areas!!!

By: The edj - Apr 16 2011 @ 06:10 PM

User's Rating: 10

Loved this place! This is exactly what this area needs-a nice sports bar/restaurant everyone can feel comfortable in. The bartenders were personable & competent. The duck appetizer is excellent & reasonably priced.
They had a great special during the Pens playoff game-$1.50 for Labatt's draft.
There's a separate room for dining & no smoking anywhere.

By: Davecli - Apr 10 2011 @ 10:50 PM

User's Rating: 4

I've been hearing quite a bit about Level 20. I've always thought that the South Hills is in desperate need of a good casual sports bar. The place is nicely remodeled with a long bar with several big screens and a dining room with 8 or 10 fairly large tables. It's also very clean, (including the restrooms). A friend and I sat at the bar. Only two bar patrons were there, but this was the middle of Saturday afternoon. Our bar tender greated us, but took off. The manager greated us as he walked by. It was about 10 minutes for us to get a couple of draft beers in an empty bar.

The menu really looked good, with upscale food for a sports bar. Duck Confit, Shrimp cocktail and some fine looking sandwiches got my attention. Since we were there just to watch some of The Masters, we were just interested in a snack. How about some wings? Nope. Any other sports bar type snacks? Nope. Oh well.

After a couple drafts, the keg kicked. The bartender got a barback who brought out a fresh keg, opened the cooler, pulled out the empty keg, looked at the hoses, and left. Another 10 minutes and we got bottles. Half an hour later, the cooler is still open, empty keg on the floor next to the full one. The bartender said that the barback didn't know how to change it, and neither did she. I told her how to disconnect it. She wouldn't try. Finally the manager comes out and just starts to turn the connector (without pulling out on the handle and lifting it up) and of course beer starts spraying everywhere. He gives up.

So did we.

Only three prople working in the bar, and not one knows how to change a keg?

I know the place is new. Maybe we will give it another chance. I asked about their happy hour and was told they don't have one.

This is a pretty good drive for me...I'll really have to hear some good things about this place to be convinced to go back.

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