This upscale eatery serves some of the best steak dishes in the city. Porterhouse, Double Porterhouse, Double Cut Filet Mignon, New York Strip - all feature on the menu. You can whet your appetite beforehand with seafood appetizers such as Lobster Bisque, Bluepoint Oysters on the Half Shell, and Smoked Pacific Salmon. Among the desserts, your best choice would be the sinfully indulgent Chocolate Velvet Cake - it will prepare you for the toll that dining here takes on your wallet!
The 1902 Landmark Tavern received the first liquor license in western Pennsylvania in 1902. The restaurant has maintained much of the original charm that has made this a popular restaurant since the beginning of the 20th century. The restaurant has one of the only full-service oyster bars in the city. The bar serves both hot and cold selections. The menu has a variety of selections from seafood to poultry to prime rib. There is a late night menu available and they are open Sundays during Steelers football games.
Donnie's bar and grill has moved around the corner from Smallman Street to Penn Avenue. The restaurant is now large and airy, but the menu has kept the favorites. The menu features a lot of salads and sandwiches. Some seafood dishes are available. Diners must try the homemade potato chips and anything made with turkey breast.
The Terrace Room is the reference point for fine dining in Pittsburgh and has won accolades aplenty for its culinary experience in a hotel. Located in the lobby of the prestigious Omni William Penn Hotel, the sophisticated restaurant is replete with majestic chandeliers, opulent arches and ornate ceiling to create an elegant atmosphere. The building is a national landmark in itself; built by industrialist Henry Clay Frick at the turn of the century, it retains an old-world charm. The aesthetic sense that dominates the ambiance translates to the menu that is designed by award-winning chef Jacky Francois. Local ingredients metamorphose into imaginative fare of seafood, steaks, daily specials, and more.
When you mention F. Tambellini Restaurant, Pittsburghers immediately think of fried zucchini. The restaurant serves traditional Italian cuisine and is well known for its various pasta dishes. The menu also includes beef, veal and seafood. A full-service bar and extensive wine list are available. The Puccini Room can hosts banquets for up to 100 people. See website for menu and more.
If you were to eat at Pittsburgh's Original Fish Market everyday for several weeks, chances are you would see a different menu every day. Chef Alexander Young creates the menu and lunch specials each morning. The one constant on the menu is the PFM Bucket, which consists of more than a pound of Maine lobster, little neck clams, Dungeness crab, Maine mussels, redskin potatoes and corn on the cob. The menu also features chicken, steak and sushi. There are a variety of beers to choose and four varieties of sparkling water.
For several years, chef Christos Malacrinos cooked traditional Grecian cuisine for Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis onboard the yacht, Christina. These days Malacrinos is serving the same dishes at his downtown restaurant. Diners favor the Moussaka, Spanakopita and lamb kabobs. Make sure you save room for Christos' special dessert, ekmek. The dessert, which was created for Onassis, is a white cake topped with honey, custard, cinnamon and whipped cream.
Caffe Amante is the cornerstone of Fifth Avenue Place, a retail and office complex located in downtown Pittsburgh. The restaurant specializes in Northern Italian and Continental cuisine. The owners boast about a family recipe for the Beans and Greens with Sausage. Other favorites include crab cakes, pastas and veal chops. A full-service bar and extensive wine list are also available. The restaurant will also host banquets.
This warm and inviting restaurant is located in Aspinwall. The Cornerstone kitchen cooks up classic American dishes with global contemporary twists. Diners might find menu items like feta cheese stuffed meatballs, mac & cheese or pulled pork sandwiches. The menu changes seasonally, so you can always expect the freshest products. The restaurant hosts special seafood nights once a week as well.
Barcelona at Rivers Edge is a pleasant restaurant specializing in the flavors of the Mediterranean and its surrounding countries. Barcelona at Rivers Edge, with its scenic river views and its rooftop terrace, is a very popular place for grabbing a glass of their popular red or white sangria and some happy hour appetizers after work or to start a night out.
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