Dorothy 6

By: Amanda Narcisi

When you walk into Dorothy 6 in Homestead you get the impression right away that you will be treated to excellent food and brews with a steampunk twist. The food is beyond your typical pub food and the brews are above craft.

When you enter into Dorothy 6 you are greeted with a gigantic chandelier and classic bar. Along the walls and extended down to the tables is really amazing artwork that had a touch of industrial with a lot of graffiti. We took a seat at the corner booth where we had a great view of one of there many televisions for the Pens game.

We started off with two beers; I had the Dogfish Festina Peche and Steve had the Fatheads Hop JuJu. Our appetizer was the mozzarella stuffed meatballs. They were flavorful and the marina sauce on the side wasn’t overpowering. The meatballs were seasoned to perfection and cooked so they weren't too greasy.

For my main entree, I had the chicken club sandwich. It came with steak fries which are my favorite. Even though steak fries are bigger these were crispy. The sandwich consisted of a grilled chicken breast topped with bacon and lettuce, tomato and mayo with a toasted bun.

Steve had the D6 Burger: 8 oz certified Angus ground beef grilled to your liking topped with lettuce, tomato, onion, crispy applewood smoked bacon, & choice of cheese (Swiss, American, cheddar, provolone). The D6 Burger also had steak fries on the side.

You can book a table online with a simple form. There is a comedy club attached and an outside eating area for when the weather warms up. Dorothy 6 is a quick few blocks from the Waterfront which makes it perfect before a movie or comedy show.

For more information or to book a table check out dorothy6.com or their Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Cheers!