A new comfort food restaurant is coming to 500 Washington Ave., the space that used to be home to Sauce.
Slated to open this spring, the Mac & Toz Alehouse will feature half-pound hamburgers, craft beer, and a large whiskey selection.
There are also some incredible-sounding macaroni and cheese concoctions, according to the Signal-Item’s Sarah Sudar, including “buffalo chicken, lobster pot and sausage, which will be made with Ricci’s Sausage from McKees Rocks. Tozzie also plans a ‘Mac Attack’ macaroni and cheese option with fries, bacon and onion rings.”
Mac & Toz is the brainchild of Susan McMahon and Randy Tozzie, who own Bakn in Carnegie. The couple was drawn to Bridgeville for several reasons, including the recent development in and around the community.
“Bridgeville is a happening place with a great small business corridor,” Tozzie tells the Signal-Item, “and I’m beyond excited to open up in the community. It’s gonna rock.”