Top Golf, Blaze Pizza open in South Fayette, and more |

Top Golf, Blaze Pizza open in South Fayette, and more

Topgolf opened in mid-July at 400 Presto-Sygan Road, South Fayette. The three-level, 65,000-square-foot entertainment complex is the company’s 43rd location worldwide. Blending technology, food and music, Topgolf invites people of all ages and skill levels to enjoy golf games using microchipped balls in climate-controlled hitting bays for all-season play. Year-round programming is to include events for kids and families, social leagues, golf tournaments and instruction. There is a restaurant, several bars, 200 big-screen TVs, private event space and meeting rooms, a rooftop terrace and fire pit, game rooms and more. Memberships are available. Hours are 9 a.m. to midnight Sunday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 2 a.m. Friday and 8 a.m. to 2 a.m. Saturday. Call 412-564-9188 to reserve a bay (1-6 people) or for more information.

Blaze Pizza, the franchise with LeBron James as an original investor since 2012, has opened in South Fayette at 160 Millers Run Road. Offering fast-fired artisanal pizzas and salads, it is open 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Carry-out and dining room service are available. Call 412-533-5004 for details.

Apis Mead & Winery in Carnegie has relocated from 212 E. Main St. to 206 Mary St., two blocks away. Now located in the former St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish social hall, which has been extensively remodeled, the space now includes booths, tables, the bar, a stage and a spacious patio for outdoor dining. Visit for more information on its mead products, brewing and canning, and hours of operation.

Three Rivers Lending has relocated from 1 Forsythe Road, Presto, to 1190 Washington Pike, Bridgeville. Call 412-401-6805 for information on mortgages and loans or visit .

Poppy’s Playhouse has opened at 611 Baldwin St., Bridgeville. A state-licensed day care, it offers full and part-time care for children starting at 6 weeks old and extended care before and after school for children up to age 10. It is open 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Friday. Call 412-925-2193 for further details.

Palmer Family Dentistry in Scott has relocated from 1910 Cochran Road to 1721 Cochran Road. Call 412-531-7770 for an appointment.

Brian M. Dougherty is the new principal at St. Philip School, Crafton. He received his bachelor’s in history and master’s in counseling psychology from Mercyhurst University, and his doctorate in educational leadership from the University of Pittsburgh. He most recently was the superintendent of Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Detroit.

Charlotte Smith is a Tribune-Review contributing writer. Reach her at 724-693-9441 or [email protected] .

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