The clubhouse may come off as a place for kids, being it has a small arcade. Though there are plenty of events there that are strictly for adults (contests, murder mystery dinner, scavenger hunts, and more). Personally I don't think the food is that great, I place it just over Eatin' Park quality (though my mom spoiled me as a kid by taking me to fancy restaraunts). Though that may be, there are still pretty good menu items as well as appetizers (I love the pretzels). Entertainment range can reach the kids and adults if you can tolerate the usuall crowdiness and loudness. Overall the place is great for kids, great for shooting pool, decent for breakfast/lunch/dinner but not great if you're expecting a quiet, peacefull atmosphere.
The centerpiece of the Four Points Sheraton Pittsburgh North is a five story tree lined atrium recently refaced in imported
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