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An original boutique in Pittsburgh

Old school charm and local art in the city's most vibrant neighborhood

Set in the historic Washington Education Center building at the base of the 40th Street Bridge, TRYP Pittsburgh | Lawrenceville is a boutique neighborhood hotel located the center of what TIME and Money Magazines named “The Coolest Neighborhood in America.” Steeped in neighborhood history and adorned with local art, the 108-room hotel is home to two restaurant concepts, a coffee bar and wine shop, spectacular rooftop city and neighborhood views, and two distinct event spaces for celebrations and events. TRYP Pittsburgh | Lawrenceville is a local gathering place and a hidden gem destination just 3 minutes from Downtown Pittsburgh, 30 minutes from Pittsburgh International Airport, in the heart of one of the City's most celebrated art, dining, and shopping districts.

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The views and the food

Two original restaurant concepts

TRYP Pittsburgh | Lawrenceville houses two original restaurant concepts: the street-level Brick Shop and the rooftop Over Eden. At Brick Shop, guests can expect a classic contemporary American menu featuring the bounty of the region, in-house butchery, and the creativity of our city's finest food artisans. Aged beef, cured meats, housemade pasta, and flavorful local veg are just the beginning. Perched atop the TRYP with spectacular downtown and river views, Over Eden offers fresh, multicultural, shareable dishes year-round, both indoors and on its expansive patio. Both restaurants will feature menus rooted in the seasonality of local ingredients, boutique wine lists, a thoughtful local beer selection, and a cocktail program that presents classics as they should be along with simple, fresh new offerings.

Opening June 2019!

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Art and history

A building comes to life

As you walk the halls of the former Washington Education Center, details old and new guide you through through the works of local artists and makers. Each floor features local art installations and works that reflect the trade taught in that space. Look for the TRYP Pittsburgh | Lawrenceville storytelling project in our lobby, where voices of the school's former students and offer a window into the rich history of the building and neighborhood.

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