WE LOVE BREAKFAST
A family restaurant established in 1986 is owned and operated by Justin and Jennifer Berger. The Dor-Stop serves traditional made from scratch recipes that Pittsburghers love. This beloved Dormont diner is located on a spacious airy corner at 1430 Potomac Avenue. Pick a booth or a table and enjoy one of Dor-Stop’s original heart-warming meals, including our World Famous Hot Cakes or a Corned Beef Reuben with Potato Pancakes.
This restaurant always impresses! I have favorite menu items I usually stick with, but every time I've tried something new I've loved it too! Great specials, and equally great employees!
If you're in the area, heck, even if you're not in the area it's worth the trip! This is my all-time favorite restaurant to bring family and friends. Plenty of great memories here!
I've been visiting this restaurant regularly for years, and I have not once been disappointed. Each and every experience is memorable. From the kind servers to the irresistible menu favorites, I always have a great time!
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What People Say
This longtime mom-and-pop diner has been a mainstay in for three decades in this tight-knit Pittsburgh suburb. Though it recently changed hands, the new owners have kept everything the same, much to regulars’ relief.
What People Order
Some devotees say the pumpkin hotcakes are so delicious already that syrup is simply unnecessary. Another indulgent breakfast favorite: stuffed raspberry French toast.