After the launch for my book about the Homestead Strike of 1892, family and friends came to the cafe for a celebratory dinner. Even though more people came than I had made reservations for, the staff was unflappable as they set up seating on the patio. Bar service was slow, probably because the server was overwhelmed by so many people coming at once. The food was very good, and the ambiance even better. The owner's iron sculptures grace the patio area; the bar from Chiodo's Tavern (wrecked for a Walgreen's) provides service for wine, beer, and espresso. This cafe is a welcome oasis from the cookie-cutter corporate stores and restaurants in the Waterfront complex, which is located where the Homestead Work of US Steel once stood.
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