Restaurantes perto de PNC Park Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
As time has gone on, I've become more and more selective about my 5 star ratings. In this case, there was no doubt that this is a great cafe, well-deserving...
Mexicano, Food Trucks
After trying most Mexican restaurants & food trucks in town, Edgar's tacos are the most amazing tacos in Pittsburgh and are very authentic. I crave them on...
Wife picked up some sandwiches for us from the North Shore Deli. Wife actually brought back sandwiches 2x from there. I had lean pastrami on rye with...
I absolutely love eating here for lunch downtown! It's one of the few outdoor spaces around here and I always enjoy my meal along with the whole experience....
Desserts, Breakfast & Brunch, Bakeries
These HAVE to be the friendliest, most down to Earth, funny ladies! One worker greeted me enthusiastically outside the door, holding the door open for me....
Splurging on dinner isn't something that Joshua and I do on a regular basis. But, for some reason this evening we decided to dress up and go out to a swanky...
I went here for lunch last thursday - damn Ali, you know how to make good cheap grub! The lunch specials here during the week are amazing, you have to take...
Mexican, Food Trucks
Outstanding Tacos! After hearing my wife rave about their tacos and nachos for months I had to see what all the hype was about for myself. The inside is...
American (New), Mexican
Loved täkō so much I went multiple times during my week in Pittsburgh. It was often busy and usually a seat would open relatively quickly. Shisito Pepper...
British, Irish, Pubs
Amazing food and wonderful service. Their burger is one of the best in town! Try their vindaloo bacon candy, it packs so much flavor! I also had their...
My grandmother, a woman from Italy who expresses little emotion, commented "they have good food there" after we left--the ultimate sign of approval. I...
Hotel, Eventlocation & Tagungsstätte, Hochzeitsplaner
American (Traditional), Bars
Really enjoyed my late lunch at Smallman yesterday from the Carota Cafe stall at Smallman Galley. It was a bit pricey (even by my Brooklyn standards), but...