Red, the Steakhouse, has closed its Pittsburgh location, the company has noted on its Facebook page.
Branded as offering prime cuts, chops and seafood served in an elevated white-tablecloth setting, the company’s website only lists the other establishments in Beachwood, Ohio, Cleveland, Miami Beach and Indianapolis.
On Facebook, there is this message “Regretfully, after nearly a year in the downtown Pittsburgh community, Red the Steakhouse has closed its doors. Due to circumstances out of our control, we will no longer be open to serve you. We are very grateful to everyone who has supported us over the past year.”
Housed inside the U.S. Steel Tower in Downtown, it is one of several dining places that have failed to survive in this building such as Damon’s Grill and the well-known Top of the Triangle.
The Tribune-Review reached out to ownership but hasn’t gotten a response.
JoAnne Harrop is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact JoAnne at 724-853-5062 or email@example.com or via Twitter @Jharrop_Trib.