Hard Rock Cafe Pittsburgh

230 W. Station Square Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15219
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Hours of Operation

Restaurant Hours:

Sun-Thu 11:00AM - 11:00PM*
Fri & Sat 11:00AM - 12:00AM*

Bar Hours:

Sun-Thu 11:00AM - 12:00PM*
Fri & Sat 11:00AM - 1:00AM*


Daily 11:00AM - 10:00PM

*Cafe hours subject to seasonal change and special event closings.

Hard Rock Cafe Pittsburgh Memorabilia

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Elton John

Leather Jacket

Sir Elton can be seen wearing this jacket on the inside photo of his classic 1971 album ‘Madman Across the Water’. The album was among the biggest of Elton’s career and featured one of his most beloved songs – “Tiny Dancer”.

Elvis Presley

Galahad Robe

The King wore this robe in his 1962 film ‘Kid Galahad’. One of the better Elvis films, ‘Kid Galahad’ also starred Charles Bronson and Ed Asner. “Memphis Mafia” members Red West and Joe Esposito also appeared in bit parts.

The Who

Smashed Gibson

This jagged chunk of wood is one of the true talismans of rock ‘n’ roll. It’s all that’s left of a once-lovely Gibson SG guitar that Pete Townshend destroyed on stage at the Fillmore East in New York City on June 6th, 1969.


Stage Costume

One of the biggest-selling female groups of all time, TLC owned the ‘90s with mega-platinum albums, sold-out concert tours and massive hits like “No Scrubs” and “Waterfalls”. Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas wore this outfit on stage with the group.

Stevie Wonder


This Moog Liberation “keytar” belonged to funk/soul icon Stevie Wonder in the ‘80s.

Michael Jackson

Hat and Sunglasses

In 1984, Michael Jackson – hot off the unprecedented success of ‘Thriller’ – reunited with his brothers for the Jacksons’ ‘Victory’ tour. He wore this hat and sunglasses combo on stage during the tour. Though originally booked for two October shows here in Pittsburgh, the band chose to cancel the gigs and performed in Chicago instead.

Bob Marley

Origiinal Draft

Few artists in the history of music have the impact that Jamaican reggae legend Bob Marley has. Bob’s rise to fame in the ‘70s brought what was once a regional island music to worldwide acclaim and fundamentally changed the face of popular culture. This is an original draft – in Marley’s own hand – of his 1977 classic, “Jamming”, from the album ‘Exodus’.

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