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Hambone's Pub

Hambone's Pub

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Hambone's Pub
4207 Butler Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15201
P: 412-681-4318

Six-Pack Rock Restaurant Local Hangout Family

Cards: Visa, MasterCard, Amex, Discover , ATM On Site
Games: Video Poker, Arcade Games
Music: Dance, Live Bands, Rock, Pop, Oldies, DJs
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Your Meeting, Eating, Drinking, Music and "Hey, lets go have some fun" Place Hambone's is a neighborhood gathering place right in the heart of Historic Lawrenceville. We invite you to come ...

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Bar Hours

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

Kitchen Hours

Mon. - Wed.11:00amtil10:00pm
Fri. - 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 $2.75 $5.00
Draft Beer Bottles $3.25 $5.00
Draft Beer Pitchers $10.00 $19.25
Frozen Soda Mixed Shot




Mixed Drinks




Review Staff Review: 8

Review Staff Review: 8

By: Kelly Chugg

Pittsburgh Classy, is the best description for Hambone's. Almost everything about Hambone's says class--not snooty, starched collar class, but workingman's class. Hambone's is busy almost every weekend night, but for all the times I've been I haven't seen it get dirty. The draft beer selection is not large, so don't come for the latest import on tap. However, they do have the entire Iron City family on tap, including the new Iron City Dark and my two favorite IC's original and Augustiner.On the bottle side, the selection gets better with Guinness and Murphy's Draught cans rounding out the list. The liquor selection is good with a special nod toward canadian blends, such as Crown Royal and Crown Royal Reserve. Did I mention Pittsburgh Classy? Do you need further proof? That would have to be the food, they have burger and fancy fare like stuffed trout. The highest item is about 11 bucks and most items are about 6, including an 8oz burger with ham and egg. And don't pass up the Turtle Soup. What I really like about this place, is it's friendly crowd. A fellow customer tipped me to Hambone's commitment to fighting MS, the Jello Shots are 2 for $1 and the whole dollar goes to Multiple Sclerosis. Now you have a good reason for drinking. And if you don't drink? They also sell the usual construction paper bunnies that will bear your name and commitment. So when you go to Hambone's have a soup, a few drinks and make a game of finding's construction paper easter bunny.

Weekly Specials, Happy Hours & Events

Weekly Specials, Happy Hours & Events

Sunday Specials & Events No Cover

Special Sunday Morning Brunch/lunch Menu From 10 Am To 1 Pm Every Sunday

Monday Specials & Events No Cover

Happy Hour 5-7 50¢ Off Drafts And Drinks.

Tuesday Specials & Events No Cover

Happy Hour 5-7pm 50¢ Off Drafts And Drinks

Psychic Readings 5-10 Pm By Appointment With Bobbi Jean - Call (412) 681-4318 To Make An Appointment $1.00 Soft Rice And Bean Tacos $1.25 Soft Pulled Pork Or Beef Tacos, $1.50 Adventure Tacos(changes Every Week)

Wednesday Specials & Events No Cover

Happy Hour 5-7pm 50¢ Off Drafts And Drinks

Daily Lunch And Dinner Specials -

Thursday Specials & Events No Cover

Happy Hour 5-7pm 50¢ Off Drafts And Drinks

Psychic Readings 5-9 Pm By Appointment With Bobbi Jean - Yuengs And Wings.60 Cent Wings From 7-10 Pm $2.25 Yuengling Drafts 9-11 Pm - Comedy Open Mic Hosted By Derek Minto! Starts At 10:00 Pm

Friday Specials & Events No Cover

Happy Hour 5-7pm 50¢ Off Drafts And Drinks

Daily Lunch And Dinner Specials Check Events Schedule For Live Entertainment

Saturday Specials & Events No Cover

Daily Lunch And Dinner Specials Check Events Schedule For Live Entertainment

User Reviews Average User Rating: 6.4

User Reviews Average User Rating: 6.4

By: Tg108437 - Jul 18 2015 @ 04:02 PM

User's Rating: 8

If you are looking for a small local bar, this is your place. The bartenders and waitresses are friendly and quick with their service. Also the hold comedy nights with local comedians. It is a fun free night out. Don't expect this to be a party night, this bar has lots of locals just looking to relax

By: 3drums - May 11 2015 @ 09:41 AM

User's Rating: 8

The bar, itself, is a pretty typical dive bar. It's a family/ work gathering friendly tavern. If you're expecting pretentious and showy, you may find yourself disappointed. What you will find is great portions at great prices! The specials are unbeatable, which might account for part of its reputation alone; but the bar-staff is pretty incredible too. Hambone's is easily one of my favorite bars to grab a seat at the bar or out in the dining room to just enjoy a local band.
All of the bartenders were really nice to our group, and I LOVE that there's no smoking! My friends were excited to know that they had two choices as to where to go to smoke. They could go out front or they could take their drinks out back.
For the overall quality, selection of drafts and bottles, perfectly mixed drinks and the affordability of this long running establishment, you cannot beat Hambones.

By: Snest2 - Jun 26 2012 @ 04:25 PM

User's Rating: 7

Hambones is a nice bar in Lawrenceville and the food looked very yummy. Service was excellent and there were some good local bands the night I was there. Looking for a nice place with good drink prices to grab a bite to eat and hang with friends this is a great spot!

By: Diamond Dave - Oct 30 2010 @ 04:24 PM

User's Rating: 4

The wife and I were in Lawrenceville on Saturday afternoon and she decided to try Hambone's. I didn't mention to her any of the recent reviews on here about the place. I decided to find out for myself what the place was like.

I would have to agree the other recent reviews that the service is slow, slow, slow. And we had to pleasure of breaking in a new cook.

The place wasn't busy at all. No one at all in the restaurant side. The Pitt game was on with 6 people at the bar and the wife and I the only couple at a booth. Nobody else having food.

Only one bartender working and was also waiting our table. Friendly enough but not someone that should be waiting tables. Had to mention multiple times just to get silverware and still couldn't get a spoon for my coffee until about 5 minutes before we were leaving.

Potato soup was good. Charbroiled Zucchini was tasty but overpriced for what you got. No cheese on my wife's salad and my order was totally messed up. Bartender said the cook was new and offered to have them redo my order, but after waiting 35 minutes, I decided to cut my losses.

If all you want is to sit at the bar and have a beer, the place might be OK, but don't waste your time if you're looking for a place to eat with decent service.

By: Pop - Aug 19 2010 @ 12:43 PM

User's Rating: 6

My wife & I ate their last night. A pet peeve of mine is if you're drinking during happy hour, you don't get the discount if you're on the restaurant side. I don't get it. The bar is listed as 'non-smoking' but that's only true for the restaurant side. Our meal was okay but the wait for food and drinks was s-l-o-w. The older photos on the restaurant side are interesting and something to look at while waiting & waiting. I will go back, just to see if the service was that way just last night. Believe me, the waitress wasn't overwhelmed with customers.

By: Beer Guy - Jul 19 2010 @ 11:42 AM

User's Rating: 5

Hambones has been on Butler for decades, but yours truly had never stopped in before.... So, finally I stopped in to check the place out.

The bar is nice, and there is a sizable dining room as well, the place was clean, the beer selection was decent, and prices were cheap, at least during happy hour they were anyway. The food was good, though the menu was very limited, I was shocked that a place could have so much space dedicated to a dining room with such a limited menu. The menu was mostly standard bar fair, with not surprisingly a lot of ham based options. I went with the grilled ham and cheese and was not disappointed.

Overall the place was a nice neighborhood bar, however,and its a very important however, the service was sadly very sub par. While having 3 people working behind the bar, getting served was a tedious task, the place was not particularly busy, but it was repeatedly like pulling teeth to get their attention, let alone a drink. More than once, after finally getting someones attention, and giving a drink order, the drink never arrived. Leading to another round of get someones attention.... not good. (And no, I was not the only one to have this issue while I was there)

They say the place is struggling because of the change in neighborhood, my personal experience says this place is struggling for the same reason most service industry places wind up struggling... poor service. I was at the bar the entire time, so I can't speak for the wait staff or the dining room, but the service at the bar definitely needed much improving.

If they get their service issues under control this place could get a much higher rating, but given the issues I had there, I have a hard time giving the place more than a 5. The bar really has all the right parts to be a nice neighborhood place, but without good service, all the rest is irrelevant.

By: Fubungler - May 14 2008 @ 08:15 PM

User's Rating: 7

Hambone's is a decent little place. The menu looked very good, but I was there to test out their reuben sandwich. I started off with a cup of their turtle soup, which was pretty damn good, and a just a little spicy, with what I think was a hint of sherry in it. (I could be wrong due to a nasty case of allergies lately.) The reuben was really good. Nice, thin corned beef, crispy toasted rye, and the sauerkraut, dressing, and cheese were all very good. It was a good sized sandwich, but it was also pretty light and had a sweetness to it that was an interesting change of pace from reubens I've had in the past. Other than that, the bartender was very friendly, the prices were reasonable, and I will definitely be going back to take a crack at the rest of the menu.

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