Nied's Hotel : In 1941 Paul Nied, entrepreneur, father, and husband bought a small yet charming old brick building on Butler Street, in a section of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania known as Lawrenceville. It was, as it is today, known as Nied’s Hotel. Read More

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday : 7 AM to Midnight
Saturday : 7 AM to Close (Depends on band)
Sunday : Closed

Reservations, not necessary.

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Resorts Casino in Atlantic City

SEATS STILL AVAILABLE for our trip to RESORTS CASINO in Atlantic City April 26-29th, 2015 (Sun. to Wed.)!  Catch a 3 night “Spring Fling” for the net cost of only $100!  Your initial payment of $240 per person includes deluxe motor coach transportation and luxury accommodations with a very generous Comp Package including a personal snack bag and adult beverages in route, $35 casino play, up to $90 in food coupons, a show room ticket at an available Resorts Show and luggage handling to and from your room.  You can’t spend 4 days at Nied’s Hotel that cheap!  Call Jim at 412-496-1095 to reserve your seats while they last!




Friday April 17th, 2015    7 PM   FREE–FREE–FREE
Nationally known Accordion Phenomenon Dan Newton has made Nied’s Hotel one of his treasured stops on his West Coast to East Coast Tour.  Daddy Squeeze will be playing his fan favorites of traditional and popular music with that unique Accordion Sound.  Teaming up this evening will be the Iconic Country Star that lives above the bar…”Slim Forsythe”!  You haven’t heard a duet like this since the 1960′s Accordion and Guitar Festival at 7 Springs!  If you like great Country, Folk and just plain Happy Music….this is a show not to be missed!


Saturday April 18th, 2015     8 PM     FREE–FREE–FREE!
The Mystic Knights style is reminiscent of the swampy Mississippi Delta and electric Chicago blues while remaining true to their Steel City, Appalachian Trail working man’s blues.  The Mystic Knights’ status and stature in the area resulted in sharing the bill with the world’s finest blues acts including: BB King, Johnny Winter, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Stevie Ray Vaughan, John Mayall, Koko Taylor, Robert Cray and blues legend, John Hammond, to name a few.  You’ve heard them at Heinz Field, PNC Park and now you can enjoy them at Nied’s Hotel!


Friday April 24th    8 PM      FREE–FREE–FREE!
There are Lounge Acts and there are “LOUNGE ACTS”.  Jim and Tonic are a husband and wife team that have earned the italicized letters above.  Reminiscent of the Great Saloon Singers of years gone by “Tonic” belts out American Standards akin to a combination of Barbara Striesand and Ethel Merman accompanied by her husband Mr. “G” that stands for Geetar!  This show will be nothing but Great Music and Great Fun!


Saturday April 25th, 2015    7 PM    FREE–FREE–FREE
Back by popular demand Joe the “Bloomfield Bell  DJ” will be spinning your favorite hits from years gone by to the Hipster Hits of today.  The last time Joe DJ’d here he had the bar Jump, Jiving and Wailing with a crowded dance floor.  This will be an evening of enjoying great popular music and lively TERPSICHORE!

Nied’s Day

Must have been a slow news day in Pittsburgh Saturday……But, it was a big news day for a little corner tavern in Lawrenceville!  I’d like to thank County Executive Rich Fitzgerald, State House Representative Dom Costa, and Allegheny County Communications Director Amie Downs  for their efforts in making this proclamation happen!  But, more importantly, I’d like to thank you, the rest of my family and friends and the best long time employees any business could have.  Truth be told my contribution is minimal to a 72 year run in business compared to the efforts of my Father and the nucleus of employees that I inherited.

Thank you all!

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On Tuesday August 13th, 2013 55th street in Lawrenceville was renamed Nied Way. This was to honor the Nied’s family and all their contributions to the community.

Paul Nied 1919 – 2012

Paul Nied earned the label “cheerleader” when he cheered for the Homestead High School football team, and he carried it through life.

The GIs with whom Nied fought on European battlefields during World War II and the customers who frequented his Lawrenceville bar considered him their biggest fan, his family said.

“Despite the fact that my father was wounded during the fighting around Cherbourg in France, he felt it was an experience that enriched his attitude on life,” said his son, Jim Nied of Lawrenceville.

“It gave him a sense of what is important in life, such as fighting alongside with men who put their lives and trust in him in times of danger.”

Paul W. Nied of Shaler, formerly of Lawrenceville, owner of Nied’s Hotel in Lawrence-ville, died on Monday, Dec. 3, 2012, in ManorCare, Ross. He was 93.

“During the years Dad was involved with the 313th Infantry (79th Division) reunions, he would expound on the merits of giving your best for your country in times of war,” said his son, now owner of Nied’s Hotel.

“And many of Dad’s customers knew that he was there for them in a pinch if they were in need. If they were short of enough cash to buy lunch or needed money to buy groceries at home, he’d take care of the bills until they could catch up on payday.”

Paul Nied grew up in Homestead as one of two children of bar owner Ted Nied and his wife, Bertha Rogers Nied.

Mr. Nied received his undergraduate degree from Duquesne University after graduating from high school in 1938. He entered the Army during the war.

Upon his discharge in 1946, Mr. Nied joined his father in the Lawrenceville bar, and two years later married Marion Rybar.

“My father was … devoted to his Catholic faith and could be found during church fundraisers preparing the food to be sold,” said his son, a retired Army officer.

Mr. Nied’s wife, son Paul W. Nied Jr. and his sister, Rose Rybar, preceded him in death.

He will be dearly missed by all that came to know and love him.

Hero’s Se Rencontrer Featuring Paul