DESIGNATION LEVEL: SILVER

Allegheny Elks Lodge 339 brings a tradition of charity, justice, brotherly love, and fidelity to Pittsburgh’s Northside. The Lodge has been welcoming members and guests for over a century, making it one of the oldest social clubs in Pittsburgh. Their commitment to supporting the community helped Elks Lodge 339 earn a Silver designation with the Sustainable Pittsburgh Restaurant program.

Elks Lodge 339 has multiple bars, event spaces, and even a bowling alley. Their calendar is packed with crowd pleasing entertainment like jazz and banjo nights that get everyone boogying on the dance floor—both of which are open to the public. Members can enjoy more exclusive events and have access to viewing the Steelers, Pirates, and Penguins on game days. Their simple menu is done right with just enough variety to please any palate. Whether you are planning a party or looking for a fun night out, Elks Lodge 339 can accommodate!

Helping to build vibrant communities is part of the mission of the Elks Lodge. With nearly 2000 lodges all over the country, their combined charitable efforts reach more than $80 million every year. Allegheny Elks Lodge 339 purchases cleaning products and toiletries for families in need. They also donate food to people in underserved communities through the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank and The Lighthouse. Elks Lodge 339 shows continued support for the local economy by sourcing goods from businesses like BreadWorks and Allegheny Coffee and Tea Exchange.

However, their efforts reach beyond community engagement. Conserving energy and water are a few ways in which Elks Lodge 339 helps to support a healthy environment within the region. The facility uses ceiling fans to promote air circulation, LED lighting, and they also have energy efficient doors and windows. Kitchen sinks are equipped with aerators and they are careful to address issues with their water system quickly in order to minimize water waste. To learn more about Allegheny Elks Lodge 339’s sustainability efforts, you can view their profile and read their complete designation report.

Interested in joining the lodge? Allegheny Elks Lodge 339 can be found at 400 Cedar Avenue. For more information, check out their website for details.

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