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Best of the 'Burgh 2018: Readers' Choice Poll Results

Diners, food trucks, dive bars and more. Here's the most popular stuff in town.



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Monterey Bay Fish Grotto | photo by laura petrilla

Food & Restaurants

Al Fresco
Nicky’s Thai Kitchen
nickysthaikitchen.com
 


photo by josh greenberg
 

Bakery
Oakmont Bakery
oakmontbakery.com

Barbeque
Pittsburgh Barbecue Co.
pghbbq.com
 


photo by erin kelly
 

Breakfast
Pamela’s Diner
pamelasdiner.com

Brunch
Grand Concourse
grandconcourserestaurant.com
 

Burger
Burgatory
burgatorybar.com

BYOB Restaurant
Piccolo Forno
piccolo-forno.com
 


photo via flickr creative commons
 

Cheap Eats
Primanti Bros.
primantibros.com

Chinese
Sesame Inn
sesameinn.com
 


photo by laura petrilla
 

Contemporary American
Meat & Potatoes
meatandpotatoespgh.com
 


photo by adam milliron
 

Dessert
Millie’s Homemade Ice Cream
millieshomemade.com

Diner
Pamela’s Diner
pamelasdiner.com
 


photo by heather mull
 

European
Point Brugge Café
pointbrugge.com

Family Friendly
Eat‘n Park
eatnpark.com
 


photo by renee rosensteel
 

Farmer’s Local Market
Soergel Orchards
soergels.com
 


photo by laura petrilla
 

Food Truck
PGH Taco Truck
pghmobilefood.com
 


photo by laura petrilla
 

French
La Gourmandine
lagourmandinebakery.com

Frozen Treat
Millie’s Homemade Ice Cream
millieshomemade.com

Gluten-Free Eats
Gluuteny Bakery
gluuteny.com

Hot Dog
The Original Hot Dog Shop
theoriginalhotdogshop.com
 


photo by chuck beard
 

Ice Pop
Gus & Yia Yia’s Ice Ball Stand

Indian
Taj Mahal
tajmahalinc.com

Italian Non-Chain
Piccolo Forno
piccolo-forno.com

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


photo by laura petrilla
 

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
Oakmont Bakery
oakmontbakery.com


photo by erin kelly
 

Pierogies
Pierogies Plus
pierogiesplus.com

Pizza Non-Chain
Fiori’s Pizzaria
fiorispizzaria.com

Seafood
Monterey Bay Fish Grotto
montereybayfishgrotto.com

Small Plates
Spork
sporkpittsburgh.com

Special Occasion
Alla Famiglia
allafamiglia.com
 


photo by laura petrilla
 

Taco
täkō
takopgh.com

Thai
Nicky’s Thai Kitchen
nickysthaikitchen.com

Vegan/Vegetarian Friendly
B52 Cafe
b52pgh.com
 


photo by neil strebig
 

Wing Night
Bigham Tavern
bighamtavern.com

Worth the Drive
Off The Hook
offthehookfish.com
 

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2018 Best of the 'Burgh

Best of the 'Burgh 2018: Readers' Choice Poll Results

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From a way to be shady to a (literal) tailgate to letting the moon be your guide –– discover what our editors chose for the Best of the 'Burgh in fitness and the outdoors.

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From waking the dead to a jazz conspiracy to an act of grand larceny –– discover what our editors chose for the Best of the 'Burgh in arts and entertainment.

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From a pierogi you can't eat to a hidden toy chest to the rehab of a dying mall –– discover what our editors chose for the Best of the 'Burgh in business and education.
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