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Dinner & Wine Pairing at The Terrace Room

Join us on Friday, April 19th for an elegant evening of fine wine and culinary delights.

Experience an array of exceptional flavors throughout each course of this Spring Flingdinner crafted by the Terrace Room culinary team. Their fresh, natural, local ingredients are fused into creative dishes that inspire the palate and envelope the senses in an unmatched dining experience. Each course will be paired a fine wine from Dreadnought Wines' international portfolio.


Friday, April 19th, 6:00 PM

The Terrace Room

530 William Penn Pl

Pittsburgh, PA 15219

$119 per person (plus tax & gratuity)

*Complimentary valet parking included for dinner guests.

Please call (412) 553-5235 for reservations.

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Space is limited, so please RSVP as soon as you are able. This is one you don't want to miss!


Designed by renowned architects Benno Janssen, and Franklin Abbott, the hotel was the last building venture of Henry Clay Frick, one of Pittsburgh’s wealthiest industrialists, and completed at a cost of $6 million. Frick envisioned the William Penn as Pittsburgh’s showplace, designed to rival the great hotels of Europe in Old World style and enhanced with the sophisticated technology offered by the 20th century.

The initial phase of the hotel included 1,000 guest rooms, and an elegant two-tier Grand Ballroom located on the 17th floor. In 1928, construction of the Grant Street Annex addition commenced. Completed in 1929, it added an additional 600 guest rooms as well as the crowning jewel, the Urban Room, designed by Joseph Urban, a set designer for the Ziegfeld Follies. With this addition, the William Penn became the largest hotel between Pittsburgh and Chicago, and a major convention facility for Pittsburgh.

Omni William Penn Hotel is also a member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, which is dedicated to promoting heritage and cultural travel to prestigious historic treasures.


Voted “Best Hotel Dining” by the readers of the Pittsburgh City Paper, the Terrace Room offers a setting unlike any other. From the moment you step foot inside, you are captivated by the beauty of this incredible restaurant, with its original molded plaster ceiling, sweeping mahogany arches and the striking back wall mural titled “The Taking of Fort Pitt.” The original name of the restaurant when the hotel opened on March 9, 1916, was “The Italian Terrace.” Historic photographs of the room adorn the walls upon entry for your enjoyment.


Call (412) 553-5235 for reservations.

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