Contact: Lauren McMillen


Phone: 412.770.7830

7113 Reynolds Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15208

Urban-Barn. Speakeasy. Cottage Comfort. Family Owned Venue.

Situated 3 blocks from the junction of Fifth and Penn Avenues in Pittsburgh’s East End and built as a utility barn before 1908, the PointBreezeway structure has seen ongoing incarnations. The ideal location, along with its urban-cottage architecture, has helped it to remain a “community corner” of neighborhood activity for over a century!

PointBreezeway’s Studio is actually two rooms: The Speakeasy and The Tea Room!

The Tea Room couldn’t be any sweeter and it beams with natural light. The french doors swing open to a lovely courtyard, adding greens, beauty, and a shading maple tree.

The Speakeasy is the old tavern of the house! You will be smitten with oodles of exposed wood, an original (Carnegie!) library table and vintage touches galore.

PointBreezeway is a perfect match for stylishly casual events such as intimate weddings, showers, anniversary celebrations, rehearsal dinners, vow renewals, private celebrations and more.