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?
Any other sports bar type snacks? Nope.
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.