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Performance Thursday - Ray Lanich and his Axe
24
Oct

Come see fan favorite Ray Lanich make his acoustic guitar blaze as he performs classic rock tunes.  As always, Performance Thursday's entertainment is complimentary, ...

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Performance Thursday - Closed for Private Event
31
Oct

No Performance Thursday due to Private Event.  

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Grand Hall at the Priory Serves as Setting for new Commonheart Music Video
Friday, September 27, 2019

Priory Hospitality Group's Grand Hall at the Priory served as the setting for national touring band The Commonheart's latest music video, "Memory."  The Priory family was proud to host lead singer ...

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Priory Donates Historic Statues to Benedictine Church
Monday, September 02, 2019

The Priory Hotel and Grand Hall were proud to donate two historic statues created by noted sculptor Brother Cosmas Wolf to a Benedictine Church in Covington, KY.  The statues, which had graced ...

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Mansions on Fifth in the Media

Fans Bloody Excited for "Downton Abbey" Theatrical Premiere
Friday, September 13, 2019
Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

This article from the Tribune-Review notes that the Mansions on Fifth was hosting a special high tea in conjunction with the premiere of the new Downton Abbey movie.  The tea was combined with tickets to the new film at the nearby Manor Theater.  

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Us: There Are Angels Among Us
Monday, September 02, 2019
Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Kevin Kirkland details the Priory Hotel's and Grand Hall's donation of two rare angel statues, which were originally on the ornate altar when the Grand Hall served as a Catholic church, to a church in Covington, KY.  The Kentucky church is also home to other examples of the artist who created the statues in the 1800's, Brother Cosmas Wolf.  

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The Priory Winter Lights Wedding Winner
Tuesday, September 25, 2018
Source: KDKA TV Pittsburgh

The winner of the Priory's giveaway of a Winter Lights Wedding package to a City of Pittsburgh first responder was drawn on Pittsburgh Today Live!  Priory owner John Graf was present to discuss the drawing, and Pittsburgh Today Live host Heather Abraham pulled the lucky winners, Pittsburgh police officer Joseph Opferman and his fiancee Kristy Bennett!

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Priory Announces Winter Lights Wedding Drawing
Saturday, August 25, 2018
Source: KDKA TV Pittsburgh

The Priory announces its re-launch of its winter wedding package, the Winter Lights Wedding(TM) Package, and a contest to give a free Winter Lights Wedding reception to a City of Pittsburgh first responder on Pittsburgh Today Live.  Winner to be announced by random drawing on September 25 on Pittsburgh Today Live.  

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Hundreds of Pittsburghers Wake Up Early for Royal Watch Parties
Monday, May 21, 2018
Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Writer Marylynne Pitz showcases the sold out Royal Watch Party at the Mansions on Fifth Hotel by Priory Hospitality Group.  Nearly 100 gathered to watch the nuptials of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, and enjoyed tea, mimosas, baby quiches and activities like making your own flower hat!

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8 of the Coolest Hotels for Your Long Weekend in Pittsburgh
Thursday, February 01, 2018
Source: Trivago

Both the Priory Hotel and Mansions on Fifth Hotel were named by noted travel site Trivago as among the top eight hotel destinations for a long weekend in Pittsburgh!

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Passport to Pittsburgh - Traveling Tea Party
Thursday, January 18, 2018
Source: Bethel Park TV

The Mansions on Fifth Hotel is featured in this piece centering on great places around the city for teas.  The Mansions Senior Catering Manager is featured, as she explains the history of the Mansions and the hotel's capabilities today.  

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PHG debuts new cultural menus on KDKA's Pittsburgh Today Live
Thursday, October 05, 2017
Source: KDKA-TV

John Graf, of Priory Hospitality Group, and PHG chefs Pete Phillipy and Michael Henney discuss and demonstrate new culturally-specific menus on Pittsburgh Today Live.

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