Best of the 'Burgh 2016: Readers' Poll

Bakeries, barbecue, museums and more. Here's the most popular stuff in town.



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Food & Restaurants

Al Fresco
Pusadee’s Garden, pusadeesgarden.com

Bakery
Oakmont Bakery, oakmontbakery.com

Barbecue
Union Pig & Chicken, unionpgh.com

Breakfast
Pamela’s Diner, pamelasdiner.com

Brunch
Grand Concourse, grandconcourserestaurant.com

Burger
Burgatory, burgatorybar.com

BYOB
Piccolo Forno, piccolo-forno.com

Cheap Eats
Noodlehead, noodleheadpgh.com

Chinese
Sesame Inn, sesameinn.com

Contemporary American
Eleven Contemporary Kitchen, elevenck.com

Dessert
The Cheesecake Factory, thecheesecakefactory.com

Diner
Ritter’s Diner

European
Point Brugge Café, pointbrugge.com

Family-Friendly
Eat’n Park, eatnpark.com

Food Truck
PGH Taco Truck, pghtacotruck.com

French
Paris 66, paris66bistro.com

Frozen Treat
Rita’s Italian Ice, ritasice.com

Gluten-Free Fare
Gluuteny, gluuteny.com

Hot Dog
Franktuary, franktuary.com

Indian
Taj Mahal, tajmahalinc.com

Italian Non-Chain
Piccolo Forno, piccolo-forno.com

Japanese/Sushi
Nakama Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar, eatatnakama.com

Latin-Inspired
Gaucho Parrilla Argentina, eatgaucho.com

Mediterranean/Greek
Aladdin’s Eatery, aladdinseatery.com

Mexican/Tex-Mex
Mad Mex, madmex.com

Middle Eastern
Aladdin’s Eatery, aladdinseatery.com

Pastries
La Gourmandine, lagourmandinebakery.com

Pierogies
Pierogies Plus, pierogiesplus.com

Pizza Non-Chain
Fiori’s Pizzaria, fiorispizzaria.com

Seafood
Monterey Bay Fish Grotto, montereybayfishgrotto.com

Small Plates
Morcilla, morcillapittsburgh.com

Special Occasion
Altius, altiuspgh.com

Steak
The Capital Grille, thecapitalgrille.com

Taco
täkō, takopgh.com

Thai
Nicky’s Thai Kitchen, nickysthaikitchen.com

Vegan-/Vegetarian-Friendly
B52 Cafe, b52pgh.com

Wing Night
Bigham Tavern, bighamtavern.com

Worth the Drive
North Country Brewing Co., northcountrybrewing.com
 

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Best of the 'Burgh

Best of the 'Burgh: 2017 Readers' Poll

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