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Performance Thursdays Are on Hiatus Until January
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Please note that due to private events we will not be hosting Performance Thursdays until January.  See you in 2019!  

Event Details

Winter Lights Wedding(TM) Giveaway Winners
Saturday, September 29, 2018

Priory Hospitality Group was proud to choose City of Pittsburgh police officer Joseph Opferman III and his fiancee, Kristy Bennett, as the winners of the Winter Lights Wedding complimentary wedding ...

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Priory Founder Ed Graf Week in Pittsburgh
Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Priory Hospitality Group founder and Chairman Edward Graf was honored by Pittsburgh City Council for his contributions to the City and North Side, both in economic and community development, by declaring ...

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New! Cultural Celebrations Menus at Mansions on Fifth

At Priory Hospitality Group we're constantly striving for new and innovative ways to enhance our guest's event experience. To that end worked with our long-time chefs Michael Henny and Pete Phillipy to develop a set of unique and culturally distinct menus available for all events here at Mansions on Fifth going forward.

Travel south of the border for our Latin America Menu which features Shredded Chicken Enchildadas, Black Bean and Coconut Rice, or a Create-Your-Own-Taco station. And indulge with a Brazilian Pisco Sour or a Carribean Mojito.

Travel back in time with our Old Europe Menu featuring entrees like Halupki, Shashlik, or Chicken Paprikash. Or maybe just skip to dessert with favorites like Honey Cake or Nut Rolls done to perfection.

Borrowing from the cuisines of it's many ethnicities, Pittsburgh has developed a blended melange of flavors all it's own. Homegrown do-or-die locals, or those just missing Pittsburgh will love our Pittsburghese vs. Pittsburghesque Menus. Sample Steel City favorites like Potato Pierogies, Sliders, or Turkey Devonshire.

Germans were among the earliest immigrants to Pennsylvania, starting in the 1660's and coming in waves from different regions through the mid-1800's. In Pittsburgh, many German-speaking people settled in "Deutschtown" where the Grand Hall resides. In honor of our local heritage we offer the Deutschtown Menu with classic German foods.

Try Spaetzle, Potato Pancakes, Apple Strudel or Linzer Torte. (And don't forget the beer.)

View the video above from our recent appearance on KDKA-TV's Pittsburgh Today Live TV Show where we recently introduced our new menus!