5847 Ellsworth Avenue Shadyside Pittsburgh, PA 15232
Cigar smoke and martinis fill Soba, a restaurant-cum-bar that serves Pan-Asian cuisine, specializing in Thai dishes. House favorites are home-made Kim Chee, satays and Korean barbeque. The menu changes often and the experimentation allows for a new experience each time you visit. The place is very contemporary and chic, with a posh, trendy feel to the decor. There are private rooms for parties and an outdoor dining area.
Sushi Too was the first Japanese restaurant for owner Mike Chen and know he has two others delightfully named Sushi Two and Sushi Three. The menu offers traditional Japanese cuisine and a sushi bar. Some of the dishes, such as beef or seafood Shabu Shabu, are prepared at the table. There is a full-service bar and wine list. The Tatami Room is available for banquets and can accommodate up to 30 people. The impressive lobby contains a replica of a Japanese garden.
Located in Shadyside, Buffalo Blues was recently voted as having the best wings in Pittsburgh. You'll understand the vote after tasting some of the 13 special sauces, ranging from sweet to "Hotter 'n Hell." In addition, the menu features a variety of sandwiches, ribs and salads. Swordfish and catfish are also favorites. On the weekends, either a DJ or a band performs. Music ranges from blues to reggae to classic rock and roll. There are also some pool tables for those who need more than wings and a beer to occupy their night.
Buca di beppo offers traditional Italian cuisine with some innovative inputs. The portions are really large and more than enough for groups. The menu includes Neapolitan pizza, fresh salmon with pesto, penne Arrabbiata, spaghetti marinara and more. A wholesome beverage list with different kinds of wines and martinis topping the chart is also available. If you want to gift your foodie friend something special then go for the gift cards they offer.
With three locations in the state, Walnut Grill have established themselves as a top dining alternative. The lovely establishment in Fox Chapel boasts an inventive menu, with contemporary specialties like Sesame Crusted Ahi Tuna, Parmesan Chicken, Zucchini Planks and Cheese Platter on offer. Enjoy happy hour at the extensive bar while catching the live sporting action or savor a Pittsburgh Pizza out on the relaxed patio for a memorable meal with the family.
Donato Coluccio lends his first name and extensive experience in the culinary world to his restaurant venture with David Tesone. The award-winning eatery has graced the pages of popular magazines in Pittsburgh, and has built a reputation for their hearty portions and friendly service. The European menu is heavily-influenced by Italian and French flavors that complement an impressive wine list. Choose from Tagliatelle Bolognese, Beef Carpaccio and Chicken Tuscano, among a host of delicious favorites. Enjoy weekly jazz entertainment amidst the contemporary and elegant interiors.
Rated as the number one burger by the Washington Magazine, Five Guys is a famous burger chain across US. The cheese burgers and French fries made in peanut oil is very addictive! Stuff your burger with as much topping you want with no extra charge. Really cool music is played at this joint. Prices of these generously sized burgers are very affordable. Cajun Fries are a must try. Enjoy your burgers and fries with chilled coke which can refilled again and again without any extra cost!
Union Pig & Chicken offers its straightforward menu of savory barbecued fare to East Liberty locals as well as visitors to their upstairs bar operation, Harvard and Highland. The menu is incredibly straightforward, featuring a selection of pork shoulder, ribs, brisket, barbecued and fried chicken, in addition to soul-centered sides like cornbread, cole slaw, mac and cheese and more. Of course, such smokey fare deserves an equally robust beverage to wash it all down, a service provided by Union Pig & Chicken's selection of fourteen whiskeys, four draft beers and local tall bottles.
Tana Ethiopian Cuisine provides equal splashes of color and flavor from their charming restaurant space in East Liberty. Tana upholds the authentic approach to Ethiopian food, serving guests on communal platters of injera, a traditional flatbread, from which pieces are torn in order to create bite-sized servings of the various entrees plated thereon. The menu is split evenly between meat dishes and vegetarian options. For those who can't make up their minds, each entree comes with two smaller portions of any additional entree, and if that isn't enough to satisfy your curiosity there are sampler platters featuring mix and match selections of all menu items.
Salt of the Earth manages to be elegant while still casual. The restaurant serves contemporary American cuisine along with an impressive wine list. Try one of the seasonal dishes that are often created using local ingredients (the hanger steak is a local favorite). Dine on the first floor at one of the large communal tables or make a reservation for the more sophisticated mezzanine section.
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