Locations

Millvale

take-out only
Mon-Tue:
Closed
Wed-Thu:
11A-9P
Fri-Sat:
11A-10P
Sunday:
11A-9P
Order Now

Strip District

take-out/dine-in
Monday:
Closed
Tue-Thu:
11A-10P
Fri-Sat:
11A-12A
Sunday:
10A-3P
Order Now
Locations

Millvale

take-out only
Menu
Hours
Order Online
Mon-Tue:
Closed
Wed-Thu:
11A-9P
Fri-Sat:
11A-10P
Sunday:
11A-9P

Strip District

take-out/dine-in
Menu
Hours
Order Online
Monday:
Closed
Tue-Thu:
11A-10P
Fri-Sat:
11A-12A
Sunday:
10A-3P

Our Story

The world needs more square pizza

Chef Pete grew up in Kittanning, PA where Sirena Pizza was the go-to pizza joint. Sirena's offered both circles and square Sicilian-style pizza, but Pete would always choose the squares. Years later after studying culinary arts at IUP, working at a number of fine dining restaurants, and spending years at Giant Eagle managing prepared foods, Chef Pete was ready to start thinking about building something of his own. The inspiration came to him on a vacation to Colorado where, ironically, he tasted Detroit-Style pizza for the first time. "How did I not know about this pizza? It immediately took me back to my childhood eating Sirena's Sicilian style pie, while at the same time introducing something entirely different. I knew I had to figure out what made it so delicious." A year of researching, experimenting, and binge-watching Game of Thrones later, Iron Born Pizza was...well, born.

The Iron Born team is passionate about elevating the quality of pizza by focusing on every ingredient. From the housemade garlic oil to the pickled banana peppers, ingredients are hand forged into an ever-changing list of inventive pies where flavor and seasonal ingredients are king. Stop in and give it a try. You won't be disappointed.

The Iron Born team is truly like no other pizza shop! We are always looking for people that are passionate about their craft and want to work with some of the most talented and dedicated people in the industry.

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IN THE PRESS

March 10, 2018
How Detroit is changing Pittsburgh pizza as we know it. —Incline PGH
March 7, 2018
Eat Me: Iron Born Pizza —Pittsburgh City Paper
February 15, 2018
Dig In: The Next Wave of Pizza in Pittsburgh —Pittsburgh Magazine
January 7, 2018
12 People to Meet in 2018 (#4) —Pittsburgh Post Gazette
December 17, 2017
Smallman Galley dishes up dinner, drinks and a side of business. —Cleveland.com
December 7, 2017
Best New Restaurants 2017 —Pittsburgh Magazine
October 30, 2017
The best dishes and drinks in Pittsburgh right now —Pittsburgh Post Gazette
October 19, 2017
Detroit is invading Pittsburgh. (Or at least its pizza scene) —Next Pittsburgh
October 19, 2017
Restaurant Review: Meet the New Crew at Smallman Galley —Pittsburgh Magazine
October 16, 2017
Enterprising chefs dream big at Smallman Galley —Crain's Pittsburgh
October 13, 2017
The Best Pizza Places in Pittsburgh —Thrillist
September 21, 2017
Sleep in, eat well: The 25 best brunch spots in Pittsburgh —Next Pittsburgh
September 13, 2017
Pittsburgh’s 20 Most Iconic Dishes —Good Food Pittsburgh
August 16, 2017
Memorable flavors of summer 2017 at Pittsburgh restaurants —Pittsburgh Post Gazette
August 8, 2017
Quartet of chefs serving it up in Strip District’s Smallman Galley —Tribune Review
August 3, 2017
Good Food – August issue 2017 —
June 30, 2017
25 Mouth-Watering Things To Eat in Pittsburgh This Summer —Good Food Pittsburgh
June 15, 2017
First Bite: Smallman Galley’s New Class —Pittsburgh Post Gazette
June 7, 2017
First Look: Iron Born at Smallman Galley —Pittsburgh Magazine
April 13, 2017
Meet the New Smallman Galley Chefs —Pittsburgh Magazine
April 12, 2017
Smallman Galley cooks up a second group of chefs and concepts —Next Pittsburgh
March 27, 2017
Updates on Pittsburgh’s Most Anticipated Restaurant Openings —Good Food Pittsburgh

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