Located in the heart of Pittsburgh’s historic Strip District, Cavo is revitalizing nightlife in the once most popular destination points in the city with it’s ultra stylish bordello chic design. Reminiscent of an underground lair, Cavo mixes the most extravagant decor with raw concrete and exposed brick to create a unique atmosphere unlike anything Pittsburgh has seen before.
Cavo’s kitchen lead by chef Michael Zawojski, delivers a dynamic synergy through his food. Fusing his unique views on contemporary modern cuisine with energetic, dynamic presentations with fresh ingredients to deliver an unforgettable dining experience, providing one of the most exclusive and innovative menus Pittsburgh has to offer.
Cavo Restaurant, Lounge, and Nightclub is here to appease all of you five senses and give you the extraordinary experience you’ve been waiting for.
CAVO DRESS CODE POLICY
When spending an evening at Cavo, they require their guests to be well-dressed. Stylish attire is encouraged. Just because it is against the formal dress code doesn’t necessarily mean it won’t occasionally get through the door. Often times if you show up with a very stylish look, things are overlooked. Still, be mindful that these are things that are universally not allowed per official dress codes:
- Baggy Jeans
- Sports hats (Exception: fedoras and the like are usually ok.)
- Tennis shoes.
- Shoes that are considered too sports-like.
- Bedazzled clothing, Ed Hardy, and Christian Audigier (Seriously. Many clubs won’t let this stuff in. I don’t disagree with them, but to each their own).
- No events in this location