Skyvue Restaurant Offers a Diverse Menu and Aviation History (Wed., 11/18/20)

Located across from the Allegheny County Airport, the Skyvue is a family-run restaurant which has catered to South Hills fans since the close of WW II. Honoring its location of more than 80 years with model airplanes, aviation lore, and even a bi-plane kiddy ride on its outdoor patio, the Arovits family offers a popular menu of steaks, seafood and pasta at very favorable prices. Veal picatta, chicken romano and swordfish are all under $20; New York strip steak or a hefty ribeye
are just a few dollars more. Appetizers include bruschetta, parmesan crusted artichoke hearts and ubiquitously Pittsburgh beer-battered zucchini strips. 3230 Lebanon Church Road in West Mifflin is your landing strip.