DeLuca's offers a delicious breakfast for those hanging around the Strip District in the mornings. The restaurant leaves a whole ham on a spit so the chef can carve the exact amount to fill made-to-order breakfasts. The frittata and vegetable omelette are among the favorite items on the menu. DeLuca's is also known for its very strong coffee. The place is always busy, but it is especially crowded on Saturday mornings.
From television chef to cookbook author and restaurateur, food connoisseur Lidia Bastianich has built herself a business empire. Lidia's Pittsburgh was launched in 2001 with her son and has chef Jeremy Voytish at the forefront of the culinary venture. The David Rockwell designed space in The Strip illustrates an industrial ambiance with a laid-back vibe. Italian cuisine is its primary focus with Slavic and Austro-Hungarian dishes also gracing the menu. Savor traditional specialties like Insalata Mista, Tagliata, Pollo Limone, Lasagna Bolognese, Fegatini di Pollo and Ravioli di Cinghale, with a wine bottle from the impressive cellar.
The Smallman Street Deli has incorporated old fashioned decor with fresh food and service. Pipes, ducts and conduits are exposed throughout the interior, barrels serve as tables, and there are no chairs. If you can stand long enough, you will love the stacked deli sandwiches. There is no skimping on corned beef or ham at this place. Try the chicken soup with matzo balls and the potato pancakes. There is also a retail counter that stocks dozens of meats and cheeses, as well as steaks, veal and lamb.
A casual seafood restaurant during the week and a thriving nightclub on the weekend, Roland's is a unique choice in the Pittsburgh area that's sure to please everyone in your group. Roland's offers an extensive dining menu in addition to twenty-five draft selections, 500 bottled beer choices, live entertainment, dancing, billiards, and a full bar. The dining room and raw seafood bar is downstairs, away from the occasional chaos of the party-oriented areas. Located in the heart of the Strip District, Roland's is a popular place for a night out.
Rosebud Cafe is an upscale nightclub that is mostly known as a concert venue for local and national acts. The live music ranges from jazz to folk to alternative country. Food is served for dinner and during concerts. There are also several dance nights. House music is played on Fridays and disco rules on Sundays. Cover charge depends on the entertainment. Valet parking is available.
Mullaney's Harp and Fiddle Pub celebrates being Irish every day of the year, not just on St. Patrick's Day. The restaurant serves traditional Irish fare such as shepherd's pie, Irish corned beef and cabbage and fish and chips. The menu also includes American cuisine. There are at least 10 different draft beers, Irish brews and many domestic brands. Tuesdays feature Celtic dancing, while Irish bands play here on the weekends. There is a $3 cover charge after 9pm on weekends. See website for food and drink menus, specials, and calendar.
This uniquely Pittsburgh-style restaurant is popular with downtown office lunch and after-hours crowds looking for a quick bite and a cool drink. The decor is strictly Formica and stainless steel, with decorative sports memorabilia throughout. Be sure to open wide, as this eatery serves its famous grilled sandwiches with coleslaw and French fries stuffed inside the bread. This kind of fare will fill up even the hungriest patron.
7227 Reynolds Street The Frick Art and Historical Center Pittsburgh, PA 15208
The Café transforms food into an art form, with unique soups and salads, delectable specialties, and divine desserts. The menu varies according to the season, as it uses herbs and vegetables grown on-site. This charming eatery has twice won the 'best lunch' honor, awarded by the Pittsburgh Magazine. This joint is quite possibly Pittsburgh's best kept secret.
An unusual name with an equally unusual twist. Conflict Kitchen forever reinvents its menu. The idea is simple; cuisines of the nations which are in conflict with the United States. Depending on the political scenario of the nation, a true culinary surprise awaits you each time. Apart from the food, the eatery hosts a mini-festival showcasing the culture and traditions of the conflicting nation. Newspaper articles which feature the country are used to package the food. Enjoy some great food at Conflict Kitchen while you update yourself with the latest happenings. The huge numbers they draw speaks volumes of their ever-increasing popularity. Definitely warrants a visit!
100 Lytton Avenue Holiday Inn Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Located in the sophisticated Holiday Inn Hotel at Lytton Avenue, Bridges welcomes its guests to its friendly and casual setting. The cuisine offered is traditional American, the menu features classics such as Mac and Cheese, Burgers and hearty breakfast options. Start your day with the delicious breakfast options, their lunch and dinner appetizers are tasty and filling. Try their pastas, eggplant crepes among other marvelous offerings. Call ahead to make reservations.
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