David Pirozzi

August 11, 2016

Peter’s Pub is, without a doubt, one of Oakland’s staple restaurants. Popular to all who work, study and visit the Oakland business district, the restaurant has recently become designated as a Sustainable Pittsburgh Restaurant. One of 11 designated restaurants in Oakland, Peter’s Pub looks to use its funds earned through the program to make sustainable improvements! Owner Peter Leventis is proud the restaurant has earned a Bronze Plate level. “The process to get designated was easy,” said Peter. “We have replaced the lighting in our business with LED and we also replaced a cooler and refrigerator with energy efficient units.”

Peter’s Pub, established in 1973, looks forward to these greener, more sustainable changes that can also save money.  “With all the exposure and positive publicity we’ve been getting, I would definitely recommend all businesses to join the program,” said Peter. “Rebecca, the program manager of Sustainable Pittsburgh Restaurants was awesome! She was friendly and educational.”

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