If these times don't work, please email studioampgh@gmail.com to arrange a private tour! 

Thursday Gallery Hours: NOON-9PM

On Thursdays, from 12-9PM, we open our Studio to the community.

Drop in and say hello, check out the artwork, borrow a book, and enjoy the curated vibes. Complimentary coffee and wi-fi access allows for a convenient spot to study or get work done, in a one-of-a-kind atmosphere. The coffee is supplied by the Allegheny Coffee & Tea Exchange and is specially blended for the Studio. 


Chef Steve Morehouse will have a Thai themed menu prepared. 

Thursday | Thai buffet, 2 course meal, and rotating weekly specials $20, BYOB

Sunday Brunch: 11AM-3PM

Sunday | Grassroots Americana buffet, 3-course meal, and rotating weekly specials.

$30 full menu, BYOB

$15 buffet, BYOB


 please email studioampgh@gmail.com to reserve a table




Studio AM is available for private events including, but not limited to: birthday parties, wedding rehearsal dinners, engagement parties, corporate celebrations, company breakfasts, creative retreats, and workshop seminars. Please email Bryer at bryer@studio-am.com to discuss event availability and menu options.


Chef Steve Morehouse offers on-site and off-site catering tailored to all event types and budgets, our menu is also available for take-out service and off-site catering.

Creative Consulting

We offer creative direction consulting for like minded brands, including custom art + design for events, curate interior design, digital design and C-Level consulting.



Artist, Creative Director / Baron Batch

Executive Chef / Steve Morehouse

Marketing, Brand Manager / Bryer Blumenschein

Please email bryer@studio-am.com for any questions regarding private parties or commissions


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For event inquiry please include proposed date, time, number of guests and type of party. 

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the most creative place

on the planet

Located in Historic Homestead, PA

225 E. 8TH AVE, HOMESTEAD, PA, 15120


Homestead is a borough of Allegheny County, PA, in the Monongahela River valley 7 miles southeast of Downtown Pittsburgh, directly across the river from the city limit line, easily accessible by the Homestead Grays Bridge. After World War II, Homestead hit a rough patch when the mills started to disappear, pushing many families to move from the area to find work. The mills may have disappeared, but the heart of Homestead still beats strong. Business owners and residents are discovering the historical beauty of Homestead Borough and subsequently rejuvenating the community. Across from shops, restaurants, and art galleries, walkers, runners and cyclists are able to enjoy miles of green space on the Great Allegheny Passage Bike Trail along the Mon River.

The spirits of those in Homestead are changing, come join the experience.