Rusty NailJoe's Rusty Nail Restaurant
560 Lincoln Avenue - Bellevue
Breakfast Menu - Regular Menu - Catering Menu
Call 412-766-9228 for Specials
Open 7 Days a Week 8:00am to 9:00pm
(No Credit Cards - ATM Inside)
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Open for Take-outs - Dining in from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm

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Bellevue Elementary Shares Community Garden

Even though we have not been at school, the garden at the front of the school is in full bloom. Thanks for our garden mentor, Redding Jackson, Mrs. Bernauer and Mrs. Gusew, seeds were planted on a chilly day in early April. While it seemed like nothing was growing, they all were just waiting below the surface for the warmer days. And now, WOW, it is in full swing. Spinach and lettuce are ready to pick. Beets, carrots and radishes are beginning to grow under the surface but won’t be ready to pick until school starts again in the fall. There are also a variety of herbs that you can pinch off.  We are also grateful to a few parent volunteers who have offered to help water and weed the garden over the summer.
Our intent this year especially is to provide nutritional supplements to our community’s tables. We invite anyone in the community to come to the garden and help yourselves to the spinach and lettuce, now, and later in the summer, other fresh produce. All we ask is that you take what you can use and use what you take.  Do not pull out the whole plant, just pinch off what you want.
 We look forward to sharing and using our learning garden in the fall with our students. Until then, please make use of it.

Yellow Phase Collection Center
In times like these it is good to help our neighbors. If you have been blessed during this pandemic with steady employment perhaps you would be willing to lend a helping hand.  The Bellevue United Presbyterian Church, 457 Lincoln Ave (next to Bellevue Elementary) will be hosting a donation drop off site for the North Hills Community Outreach Food Bank.  People will be at the church on Sunday afternoons from 2-5 PM on the front lawn, beginning May 17th until the end of June to receive donations.  Anything you can offer will be gladly accepted. All are welcome to donate. This is for our community.
The following items can be donated: canned fruit, canned vegetables, pasta, side dishes (such as rice-a-roni, and instant mashed potatoes), fruit juice, snacks (such as granola, nutrigrain bars, and crackers), spaghetti sauce, oatmeal, hamburger/tuna/chicken helper, peanut butter and jelly, canned pastas and cereals.  Also needed: toilet paper, gallon ziplock bags and paper towels.  
If you have questions, you may call the church office at 412-761-2367

Local Businesses Open
Joe's Rusty Nail is open for take-out orders. Hours are 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.
T&M Hardware is open. Hours are 8:00 am to 6:00 pm
Huhn's Market is open. Hours are (Mon - Sat) 8:00 am to 10:00 pm
(Sun) 8:00 am to 9:00 pm

Bellevue Troop Banners - You can still apply throughout the year.
Bellevue Veterans Association (BVA) will honor veterans this year by displaying banners along Lincoln Avenue between Memorial Day and Veterans Day. If you would like to remember and honor your veteran family member, the BVA is still taking orders. contact Paul Cusick at 412-860-4283 or For more information, go to and search for Bellevue Troop Banners.

Hermann Museum
The John A. Hermann, Jr. Memorial Art Museum is looking for volunteer docents. The museum, located at 318 Lincoln Ave in Bellevue, has been reborn over the past few years and offers the community and elsewhere an experience of fine art. Docents will be trained to give tours of John Hermann's collection of over 1,000 peieces of paintings, bronze statues and ivory. If interested and a lover of the arts, please contact Paul Cusick at or on 412-860-4283.

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