Band U2 at performed at Heinz Field. Brought alot of traffic and eaters into Downtown Pittsburgh. Great! Some of the young and old confused this with youtube. Very Funny!
An Andrew Lloyd Webber Masterpiece
of Biblical Proportions!
Take an emotional journey through the final days of Jesus Christ in this powerful rock opera. This stirring musical chronicles Jesus’ meteor-like rise and ultimate death through the troubled eyes of his betrayer Judas. Both thought-provoking and tender, Jesus Christ Superstar illuminates the awe-inspiring power of the human spirit with a passion that goes straight to the heart.
Broadway stars Doug Kreeger as Jesus, Josh Tower
as Judas, Stephanie Umoh as Mary Magdeline and
Robert Cuccioli as Pontius Pilate will treat you to
the legendary score including: “Everything’s Alright,”
“I Don’t Know How To Love Him” and “Superstar.”
Sister Sophia and Sister Berta accompanied Sister Margaret Mary in the F. Tambellini Dining Room last night and wouldn’t you know that the Sisters did indeed break out into song just before their taste of the Legendary Zucchini Appetizer! Link below to share the excitement! Grietel and Liesel were here with their families as well. Great Show to see. Thank You to you all for bringing such enjoyment to our beloved Downtown Pittsburgh.<BR>
To reserve your table please call me at 412-391-1091. Thanks, Janet
The Von Trapp children are being played through July 31st by our Pittsburgh finest CLO Mini Stars and they are terrific! They are joyous and talented with exemplary harmonies. These young stars stole my heart on opening night with their knee slapping dances in the “The Lonely Goatherd” and “So Long, Farewell” of course too. Giant Eagle has contributed so that Children may go to the Show at HALF Price and F. Tambellini’s Great Children’s Menu is less than Half Price of an adult meal! Call 412-391-1091 or just stop in! I am next Door to the Benedum Theater on the river side. It’s a Good Time Downtown. Thanks, Janet
– Kate Luce Angell
– Alice T. Carter
Our Buddy Franc D Ambrosio dined with us right before performing What’s Love Got To Do with It? the Andrew Lloyd Webber music including His lead role as the Best Ever Phantom of The Opera. Below is the youtube link to Franc’s review:
Thank you, Janet and Charlie
Pittsburgh is Alive with the Sound of Music!
How do you solve a problem like Maria? With one of the world’s best loved musicals! Maria, a young, aspiring but quirky, nun fills the lives of the Von Trapp children with “The Sound of Music” and captures the heart of their stern and lonely father. But, will their harmonious lives be torn apart when their beautiful homeland is ravaged by war? Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Tony® Award-winning musical delights audiences with the uplifting story and an irresistible score: “Climb Every Mountain,” “Do-Re-Mi,” “Edelweiss” and “My Favorite Things.”
We are exepting reservations before the show. 6pm or earlier is best for casual pre-theater dining at F. Tambellini Ristorante.
Our Buddy Franc D Ambrosiodining with us right before performing What’s Love Got To Do with It? the Andrew Lloyd Webber music including His lead role as the Best Ever Phantom of The Opera. Below is the youtube link to Franc’s review:
Thank you, Janet and Charlie