From old-fashioned barbecue to upscale Pan-Asian cuisine, these five chefs offer different types of food for your enjoyment. However, they all have one thing in common, and that is personality.
If you are looking to enjoy a relaxing evening with friends while dining on small plates of quality food, these restaurants offer tapas selections for a variety of tastes and budgets.
Looking for a spot to watch an NFL or college game with other sports fanatics? These bars boast the most high-definition TVs and offer a great place to enjoy a like-minded atmosphere!
Looking for or somewhere to eat on Thanksgiving or just craving a home-cooked meal? Pittsburgh has some great restaurants that offer just that!
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Nestled next to the adorable boutique shops on Ellsworth Avenue, La Casa wine and tapas bar in Shadyside doesn’t rely on a flashy exterior to attract diners. Apparently word of mouth (and Just Pay Half deals) does a fine job.
Girasole may be one of those restaurants that you keep hearing about but have never actually tried; so we’ll give you a friendly reminder: it’s worth the trip to Shadyside!
Looking for an outdoor environment to enjoy a cool drink or nice meal? How about that perfect time to watch the sunset? These are the restaurants and bars that feature a superb outdoor patio or rooftop to enjoy a cool night.
While the Allegheny County Health Department wanted to grade restaurants according to how clean and sanitary they are, the county board of health has reversed itself and rejected the grading system.
You don’t have to wait until St. Patrick’s Day to enjoy traditional Irish food and drinks in the ‘Burgh. Many Iris pubs still thrive in the city!
When it comes to ethnic cuisine, more often than not: the best, most authentic places usually fly under the radar — tucked into obscure corners of the city.
In city life, outdoor dining is typically hard to find and a rare occasion; but Pittsburgh isn’t your ordinary city!
Just because you’re on a budget doesn’t mean you have to settle for a less than stellar dining experience. “Taste of Pittsburgh” blogger Blake Matthews shows how you can get some of the very best meals in the ‘Burgh without breaking the bank.
With more and more people making the commitment to a gluten-free lifestyle, the number of restaurants that cater to or accommodate those with this special dietary need is on the rise. We recently sat down to dinner (gluten-free of course) with Jami Broom, the author of the Pittsburgh-based Gluten-Free Diet Blog, and picked her brain on what she thinks are the most “gluten-free friendly” spots in the ‘Burgh.
If you’re craving something sweet, look no further than these great local hot spots. Here are some of our favorite places to visit if you need to satisfy your sweet tooth.