In The Community

The Bulldog Pub believes it is essential to be a good partner of the community and other charitable causes in order to be a great neighbor & a well-rounded business. We have enjoyed hosting pig roasts, concerts, golf outings and other events to bring communities together in the spirit of fundraising. We are proud to have helped the several great organizations and look forward to expanding upon these efforts.

The Bulldog is proud to report over $10,000 in fundraising, sponsorships, donations and other support since summer of 2016!!! We thank all of those who have joined us in these efforts

  • Epilepsy Foundation of Western & Central Pennsylvania Honoring Stephens Hulkster’s
  • Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation, Western Pennsylvania/West Virginia Chapter
  • Morningside Area Community Council (MACC)
  • Veterans Leadership Program of Western PA via the Morningside Mile
  • Morningside Lady Bulldogs Softball Association
  • Morningside Soccer Association
  • Morningside Baseball Association
  • Autism Speaks, the nation’s leading nonprofit organization devoted to autism
  • Bike & Build, benefits affordable housing & empowers young adults towards service & civic engagement

Reviews

March 6, 2017
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The Bulldog Pub Rebirth in Morningside

http://pittsburghquarterly.com/pq-culture/pq-food-and-wine/item/1189-bulldog-pub.html This place has roots. decades before it became the Bulldog Pub, the little neighborhood joint on Morningside Avenue was Petrilli’s Tavern. Opened during Prohibition, it […]
March 6, 2017
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Eager to Please: The Flagship Bar of Morningside

Bulldog Pub is an inviting, friendly spot for a burger and a beer. BY SEAN COLLIER July 30, 2015 – See more at: http://www.pittsburghmagazine.com/Best-of-the-Burgh-Blogs/After-Dark/July-2015/Bar-Exam-Bulldog-Pub/#sthash.yXfsY1yZ.dpuf Most of […]
March 6, 2017
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From Morningside Memories to the Bulldog Pub & Grill

Posted on Aug 24th, 2012 in Business District By Terry Golden I have always looked back on my years growing up in Morningside with a sense […]