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Welcome to Revival on Lincoln, a new American fine dining experience in Pittsburgh.
Revival on Lincoln is rooted in an effort to revitalize the Lincoln Avenue main street of the Borough of Bellevue, approximately 5 miles/ 10 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh. We have taken one of Lincoln Ave’s most visible, historic and blighted properties and restored it for the next chapter in its life. The grand, classical revival building is set to be added to the National Register of Historic Places in early 2019. Finding a suitable adaptive re-use of the building was was a key part of this project and we envisioned the property will be best served for public enjoyment and as a community asset as a fine dining restaurant and bar.
The magnificent building, built in 1902 sets the stage for an equally impressive culinary experience of flavor, creativity and locally-sourced diverse and seasonal cuisine. A versatile menu has been developed from decades of experience, talent and inspiration. Bellevue was a dry town from Prohibition up until 2015. We have a full liquor license- a wide variety of wine, beer and spirit pairings rounds out your experience; along with excellent service in a family-friendly atmosphere. Our intent is to become one of Pittsburgh’s next great culinary destinations, as well as a small business built on the foundation of inclusiveness, fair wages, economic development and complementing the existing businesses on the historic Lincoln Avenue main street district.
The restaurant includes a casually elegant combination of formal and informal spaces, anchored by a main dining room, smaller dining rooms, an intimate bar area, original fireplaces, preserved architectural details and a large outdoor seating area. The "Little House" building serves as a unique dining space available for small private events, parties or business meetings.
As residents of Bellevue, we believe this significant investment will be a catalyst in revitalizing our borough, inviting additional investments in the community, and a destination restaurant not only in Bellevue and the North Boros, but the greater Pittsburgh area. We hope you will share in support and excitement in this venture as it unfolds.
Chris & John, November 2018