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Born as a utility barn circa 1880 that later became a tavern, speakeasy, tea room, and ultimately our family home, Pointbreezeway's original wood beams and exposed brick fireplace reflects its rich history as a neighborhood social hub for more than 100 years! Tucked away in the quaint and beautiful neighborhood of Point Breeze in Pittsburgh's east end, our family home is charming, simple and unpretentious, evoking warmth and comfort.

Newly nestled inside the lovely PointBreezeway, City Cafe fills the venue with the scent of locally roasted La Prima Espresso and serves favorites such as lattes, americanos and hot or iced chai tea. Our coffee bar will keep your guests caffeinated (or decaffeinated!) at every Little Wedding.

read more › There's no right or wrong way to celebrate a marriage; trust us, there's not. This is where The Little Wedding comes in. We've taken care of the hoopla which allows you to breathe until your day arrives (you should probably breathe that day, too.) Our signature Little Wedding experience is the love child of PointBreezeway and Devoted to you Events. Together we've made a beautiful family of vendors and created ONE package at ONE price, no matter which vendor you choose. We believe weddings should be uniquely you and tradition is what you make of it!

read more › We bet this means you're looking for an amazing space to wow your guests, a place that feels like home, and somewhere that just doesn't require all of that "fuss". It's our joy to make your life just a little bit easier. We proudly present a venue that is beaming with natural light, happiness and everything you need to create a warm and exceptional event. This place is simply amazing! I recently hosted a bridal shower for my sister at Point Breezeway and it was absolutely perfect. Lauren and team are so incredible to work with and you can tell they all genuinely want your event to be perfect.

read more › Our venue is ready-to-go with everything you need to curate the memorable experience you are looking for. All you need to do is choose your food and bring along your smile. We've got the rest covered. On Thursday evenings, in the early 1940s, the patrons of what was once "Mary's Tea Room" would gather here and write to the neighborhood boys serving in World War II. Handmade cafe tables, floor to ceiling french doors, a cozy corner of pillows and blooms on each table gives life to the perfect place to celebrate.

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