2011 Best Restaurants in Pittsburgh: Readers' Poll Results

Featuring first, second and third-place winners as determined by thousands of reader-cast ballots and tabulated by Grossman Yanak & Ford LLP.

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Best Restaurant

1. Isabela on Grandview
2. Nakama Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar
3. Salt of the Earth

Al Fresco

1. Pusadee’s Garden
2. II Pizzaiolo
3. Andora Restaurant

American

1. Bistro 19
2. Jackson’s Restaurant and Rotisserie Bar
3. Eleven

Atmosphere/Ambiance

1. Eleven
2. Caileigh’s Restaurant
3. Isabela on Grandview
    Siba Cucina

Authentic Pittsburgh Fare

1. Primanti Bros.
2. Fat Heads Saloon
3. Pamela’s Diner

Bakery

1. Oakmont Bakery
2. Prantl’s Bakery
3. Priory Fine Pastries

Banquet Hall

1. Pittsburgh’s Grand Hall at The Priory
2. Rockefeller’s Grille
3. The Chadwick

Best-Kept Secret

1. Spadafora’s
2. Valliant’s Diner
3. Taste of Art Restaurant

Breakfast

1. Pamela’s Diner
2. Valliant’s Diner
3. Eat’n Park

Breathtaking View

1. Monterey Bay Fish Grotto
2. Isabela on Grandview
3. LeMont

Brunch

1. The Grand Concourse
2. Coca Cafe
3. Paris 66

Burger

1. Tessaro’s
2. BRGR Bar
3. Five Guys Burger and Fries
    Red Robin

BYOB

1. Piccolo Forno
2. Pure Cafe
3. Avenue B

Catering Services

1. big Burrito Restaurant Group
2. Taj Mahal
3. DoubleTree

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