The name may proclaim the main feature on the menu, but there are more than steaks available. The menu has a variety of chicken, pasta and seafood entrees. Diners rave about the fried zucchini appetizer. Reservations are suggested for parties of eight or more. Banquet facilities are available for up to 96 people.
15 Station Square Shops at Station Square Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Houlihan's has something for everyone: lunch, dinner, late night dining, live music or DJ, and a dance floor. The menu offers beef and chicken cooked on the wood-fired grill, sandwiches, fajitas, salads and plenty of delicious appetizers. There is a different quiche on the menu every day. Happy hour features discounts on appetizers, which can be a meal on their own. A smoking section is designated in the dining room after 5pm; before then smokers are sent to the lounge. Reservations are accepted every day, except Fridays and Saturdays.
Anyone who has a large appetite will love Fat Head's "Headwiches" because they are big... really big. And with names like "The Artery Clogger" and "The Bay of Pigs," you know they're chock full of goodness. Fat Head's also features a variety of burgers, subs and wings. There are a few entrees, but nothing beats the crowd that shows up every Wednesday for wing night. The full-service bar is usually packed in the evenings, with many patrons focused solely on the impressive imported and microbrewed beer selection. Lunch and dinner are served daily. See website for menu, beer list, online gift shop, and more.
Tin Angel offers its traditional American cuisine from its gorgeous location atop Mount Washington. Featuring breathtaking views of Pittsburgh's skyline and three rivers. The four-course prix-fixe experience has diners selecting one of twelve entrees that come with a choice of fruit cocktail or soup, preceding the "vegetable boat with homemade clam dip" second course. This mandatory selection is an assortment of finger foods like cauliflower, baby corn, herb cheese-filled celery, olives, salami and provolone, a selection not unlike a typical platter of Italian antipasti or Turkish mezze, but served, of course, with clam dip. The entrees include various preparations of filet mignon, veal medallions, chicken breasts and surf and turf populating the menu.
This is the place to kick back, relax and down a beer. Cain's is a neighborhood bar, reminiscent of television's "Cheers." The bar is strewn with pool tables and dart boards. The kitchen serves pizzas, ribs and wings, while the bar has draft specials and microbrews. Tuesday is Ladies Night.
Get ready for elegant dining at Common Plea Restaurant, which occupies a special little corner in the hearts of every local. The European-style decor has an old-world charm to it and sports printed wall paper, floral tablecloths and low hanging chandeliers. This place has been pleasing the palate with contemporary fare for over four decades. Some favorites here include the grilled shrimp alla Trapanese and the Italian sausage pizza. This restaurant may have started out small, but with consistent high quality in taste and impeccable service, they soon expanded into better things. You can look up this highly-credited name for a superior catering service or to rent out their private events room.
Pittsburgh's oldest restaurant and bar, this storied institution has been slinging out its patented mixture of fresh seafood and cold refreshing beer since 1870. Although the oysters no longer cost a penny and the beer no longer costs a dime, the low-cost fare and nostalgic interiors at Original Oyster House keeps locals coming back for a reliable bite during sunny days. Among the favorites here are the fried fish platters served with your choice of two sides, as well as the jumbo fish sandwich which uses the original breading recipe developed in 1916. A good selection of local and domestic brews are there to help wash down your meal and a selection of fried sides make for perfect pub grub if you're not in the mood for a full plate. Make sure to visit this Pittsburgh landmark today, if only to be part of the long legacy of this historic spot.
My Big Fat Greek Gyro has expanded to Downtown Pittsburgh, bringing their authentic Greek cuisine right to the heart of the city. Family owned and operated, the management takes the time to marinate and prepare all of their savory meats each day. The fare features various styles of chicken, lamb, beef and pork wrapped up into a gigantic pita or deconstructed into a do-it-yourself platter. A variety of (usually fried) appetizers range from french fries to dolmas and more. For confident eaters, the "Big Fatty" challenge awards a free commemorative t-shirt, hall of fame photo and no charge for eating three pounds of gyro meat served with all the fixings on a fourteen ounce pita.
The tag-line at the Indo restaurant reads Asian Fusion. The menu is more of an Indian take on Asian cuisine and features a widespread buffet that is a popular choice among those looking for a delicious lunch meal at affordable prices. Its location on Liberty Avenue is within a substantial radius from major downtown hotels and business centers, thus making it a top destination for visitors to Pittsburgh. Sample clay oven delights, crossover fare and Chinese classics with an Indian twist, that cater to the vegetarian clientele and meat lovers alike.
Buca di Beppo is a well known Italian restaurant chain. With a bright and fun ambiance, Buca di Beppo serves some delicious Italian delicacies in family-style size portions. These huge portions are meant to be shared among family members on the table, which adds to the fun during a meal. Along with a variety of Southern and Northern Italian dishes, the menu features sumptuous appetizers like the Seafood Trio Platter, Fried Mozzarella, healthy salads, pizzas, entrees, pastas and more. Buca di Beppo also has a separate Gluten-free menu that features varieties of salads, entrees and sides. Check website for full menus, online reservations and online orders.
Penn Brewery prides itself on offering Pittsburghers authentic German brews
and cuisine. The brewery adheres to the strict German law Reinheitsgebot, which was enacted in 1516 to ensure the purity of beer. The historic building uses huge kettles that ...