Catch up on the latest PR revolving around Cornerstone. But remember, your pallet can’t taste our food just by reading text; decide from your own impressions.
“...a creative take on a traditional menu in a setting that makes even a burger at a bar feel like a proper night out.”
– 9/3/09: “Cornerstone” by Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth of the Pittsburgh City Paper.
“This is classic American food, comforting in its familiarity, executed with impressive care and attention to detail.”
– 10/29/09: “Review: Cornerstone Restaurant” by China Millman of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
"Cornerstone’s brunch options were weighted toward classic dishes, but they stand out for their incredible breadth."
– 04/26/12: "Pittsburgh's brunch circuit" by China Millman
"Bring the kids: Some Pittsburgh-area high-end restaurants welcome children"
– 08/16/12: "Bring the kids: Some Pittsburgh-area high-end restaurants welcome children" by Anya Sostek
“The casual, upscale dinning room offers a choice of bare wood tables or booths. During the daytime, sunlight illuminates the room through big windows. As evening falls, the lighting comes from decorative chandeliers and tabletop votive lights.”
– 10/21/09: “Cornerstone shares wealth of family cooking” by Alice T. Carter of the Tribune-Review.
“We felt that Pittsburgh needed a place with great food where you could come every day and feel comfortable,” – Erin Stern
– 10/13/09: “Cornerstone aims to make guests feel comfortable” by Pam Starr of the Tribune-Review.
“The menu at Aspinwall’s Cornerstone Restaurant and Bar is small in size but big on upscale choices.”
– 6/4/09: “Fresh and delicious meals anchor Aspinwall’s Cornerstone” by Valley News Dispatch of the Tribune Review.