Banquet Menu (pdf version)
The ESWP is located in the stately Pittsburgh Engineers Building, a designated historic landmark, at 337 Fourth Avenue in the heart of downtown Pittsburgh. The vault in the ESWP building, designed by renowed turn-of-the-century architect, Daniel H. Burnham, now serves as an initimate dining room. The building also houses a spacious, formal dining room, three meeting rooms, administrative offices and leased office space. ESWP's central downtown location and award-winning cuisine make it the perfect lunch club for young professionals looking for both distinction and affordability. The dining room is open for lunch Monday through Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
ESWP facilities are available any day or evening for meetings, seminars, and social functions. The striking banquet room at the Engineers' Society of Western Pennsylvania is distinctive, charming and perfect for your special occasion. Some of Pittsburgh's most beautiful and enchating weddings have been held at the club, founded more then a century ago by Andrew Carnegie and his associates. With outstanding service and award-winning food, ESWP makes elegance truly affordable. Administrative offices are open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. A professional staff oversees operation of Club facilities. See the facility map below for the meeting room's that the Engineers' Society offers. E-mail ESWP for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or call Operations Manager, Michael Gaetano, at 412.261.0710 ext. 16.
The Board Room
The Main Dining Room