Pamela's P & G Diner

60 21st St
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
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Customer Reviews (6 reviews)


on Citysearch May 14, 2010
Went for breakfast since I have heard so much about how wonderful it is there. The waitress was inattentive and not personable. It was pricey for breakfast. $30 plus tip for 2 adults and a 5 year old. We didn't order a ton... (more)

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on Citysearch Apr 28, 2010
Never had a bad meal yet! They have the most wonderful pancakes! Even president Obama loves them enough to have these ladies come to the W... (more)

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on Citysearch Sep 07, 2009
Obviously, if you're looking for a fantastic breakfast in Pittsburgh, you go to Pam's. You'll get good food at all the locations, but the b... (more)

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on Citysearch Jul 13, 2009
I love this place!! Classic food, and the vanilla Coke is to DIE for! The Linconburger was great too. The prices are great, and you get a to... (more)

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on Citysearch May 28, 2009
I know tons of people that love Pamela's, but I just don't get it! It's super greasy, and the butter they use (on everything!) is this weir... (more)

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on Citysearch Nov 28, 2005
I always end up taking my friends to Pamela's for Sunday breakfast. Though there's usually a wait, it's well worth it. The corned beef has... (more)

Recent Comments

Best breakfast in Pittsburgh; Owners Pam and Gail are the warmest & most generous... (more)
Cindy@NITS, Dec 07, 2009

President Obama invited Pam & Gail to the White House to make breakfast he was so... (more)
Cindy@NITS, Jan 07, 2010

Nothing beats breakfast at P&G. From the pancakes that are so good they melt in your... (more)
Pniece2, Jan 07, 2010

Cause everyone that works there cares about everything that happens there. Food is great... (more)
Peruvian Aunt, Jan 07, 2010

great people working there and great food. The people that work there take pride and... (more)
PJC, Jan 07, 2010
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