Serbian immigrants who settled on the South Side of Pittsburgh founded the club in 1933 and built the current facility on Sarah Street in 1953. Today the club still serves as a central gathering point for Serbians and the Local community.
Over the years, the American Serbian Club of Pittsburgh served as a “watering hole” for the end of the steel mills shift, and many of America’s finest tamburasi of the 50’s and 60’s performed here frequently. Numerous special events made the Club the place to be on weekends.
Today the Club still serves as a central gathering point for Serbians and the local community, and the Club is considered “Pittsburgh’s Srpska Kafana” where music can be enjoyed many Fridays at our “Srpska Noc” and at various special events throughout the year. The club also serves the local community by being available for hall rentals and bingo on Thursdays and Saturdays and hosts folklore dance receptions for the Ensemble Jedintsvo. Whether in person or over the airwaves with the “Serbian Sounds of Music” radio show, the club remains the social gathering point for Serbs in the tri-state area.
This site is intended to provide updates and information to members and friends of the American Serbian Club of Pittsburgh. For more information, please feel free to contact us.
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