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Gullifty's was a restaurant in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was a "cross between a diner and a traditional restaurant," serving fare described as "American eclectic" cuisine Gullifty's was a Pittsburgh landmark known for its desserts. Fred Rogers, of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood renown, and his family frequently dined at Gullifty's.

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  • Gullifty's was a restaurant in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was a "cross between a diner and a traditional restaurant," serving fare described as "American eclectic" cuisine Gullifty's was a Pittsburgh landmark known for its desserts. Fred Rogers, of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood renown, and his family frequently dined at Gullifty's.
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  • Gullifty's was a restaurant in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was a "cross between a diner and a traditional restaurant," serving fare described as "American eclectic" cuisine Gullifty's was a Pittsburgh landmark known for its desserts. The building, located at 1922 Murray Avenue in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh had 2 levels seating 150 diners. The interior was decorated concord grape, avocado, and cinnamon colors, with brick walls, and high ceilings. During week nights, Gullifty's would serve 150 guests for dinner, with 300 to 400 on weekend nights. It also had a stage that hosted jazz concerts in the evening; Michael Machosky from the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review called Gullifty's "the city's premier jazz club, mostly by default." Fred Rogers, of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood renown, and his family frequently dined at Gullifty's.
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