By Car or by Boat, Diners Flock to Silky's Crow's Nest in Sharpsburg
Starr, Pam, Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Silky's Crow's Nest, on the Allegheny River in Sharpsburg, is a favorite hangout for boaters looking for some good food.
It's also a destination restaurant that attracts customers from all over the city.
David Lampenfeld and his brother Tim Lampenfeld have owned the business on River Road and 19th Street since 1991. They also own Silky's Sports Bar in Squirrel Hill and Silky's Pub in Bloomfield.
"We do American-style food -- from soups and salads to lobster and steaks," says David Lampenfeld, 47, a Pittsburgh resident. "You get a lot for your money here."
The economy has not affected Silky's Crow's Nest, Lampenfeld says, especially during the summer. …
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