Station Square

Address: 125 W Station Sq. Dr.
Phone: (412) 261-2811
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Category: Mall
Check Ins: 14352

Reviews

  • visitPA

    Station Square is Pittsburgh's premier hotspot for dining and entertainment. Whether you're looking for a place to dine, unwind and play, Station Square is also a must-see for unique shopping.
  • Jake Watt

    Plenty to do at Station Square for all taste quotients. From family joints, sports pubs to unrivaled dining you can find it all here.
  • MidnightGuru.com

    Get specials and more info on what to do at Station Square by visiting MidnightGuru.com!
  • James Smith

    Great places to enjoy a happy hour. And great places to go shopping too.
  • Susan R

    Great places for lunch. $3.00 parking between 11-2pm
  • Bryan Jarrell

    Bryan's Bathroom Review: 2.5 out of 5. Hard to find, a little dirty, but otherwise fine. -.5 points for ubiquitous holes in the walls left by old hardware (stalls, tp rolls, soap dispensers, etc)
  • Penny Donaldson

    Go inside & buy some wine... the bestest says it's the best!
  • Laverne Mann

    Most shops closed Sunday. Books, tshirt, burgers, pizza were open
  • Youngkuk Kim

    I love this place!!
  • Megan Irvine

    Check happy hour specials at 5ive - chic ultra lounge.
  • Heather Mallet

    I love watching the fountain at night
  • Painting With A Twist

    Take in the water fountain and a breathtaking view of the city. A great place to eat or just walk around. If you're from out of town, consider a Ducky Tour.
  • Anton

    Always a great place to see tourists.
  • ULI Rose Center

    The Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation bought this 50-acre former railroad site & redeveloped it into an office/commercial/ entertainment center. 2M+ people visit every year.
  • Danny H.

    Check out Hometowne Sports for tons of Pittsburgh merch and gear!
  • Jared Lathrop

    Carol's Confections has the best ice cream and homemade fudge in Pittsburgh!
  • Sharon Bloom

    Love this lil place. Melting pot is amazing. View of the city is breath taking
  • Scott Kleinberg

    If you eat at Buca DI Beppo, know that it used to be the offices of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
  • Scott Kleinberg

    It has changed a lot over the years, but a great place to walk around.
  • Sandy Adam

    Crazy mocha rocks!
  • Gabe Johnson

    Lots to do...depends what you're into.
  • Kamaro Enser

    Even just watching everyone &.everything is so amusing
  • Phoenix Lagoon

    Don't try the claw machines!!!! LOL
  • Alexa (@ladylexy) Andrzejewski

    Mix of historic buildings and modern shopping chains, but beautiful to walk through and fun for kids!
  • Bob Zad

    Down Town dead place at night. Station Square good to go at night.
  • Urn Lahzer

    Kitschy mall. If you go, keep in mind the shops close early (by 7).
  • James Wood

    A little culture in the burgh
  • John Jr. Lombardo

    Nice place and good restaurants
  • sqeptiq

    For the love of all that is good and holy, eat at Primanti Brothers and get one of their sandwiches topped with cole slaw and French fries!
  • Ke Mari

    look 4 for me.
  • Giondavide Lo

    Go to New York Original and try Pittsburgh's Best Italian Ice, Canoli, and Gelati! You want a tip? Wear a jacket when it's cold out!
  • Keith Gauthier

    Bessemer fountain. Takes you down memory lane. TV style!
  • Jennifer

    Lots of great food and comic clubs!
  • Florian S

    Really quiet at nine on a Sunday evening, half the places seemed closed!
  • Katina Zwiefelhofer

    Kiddie train inside of Freight House Shops is fun for small frys.