2014 Best Restaurants Party

Pittsburgh Magazine held its 25th annual Best Restaurants Party on Monday, June 2 at Heinz Field. Presented by Stella Artois.




More than 2,500 locals showed up at Heinz Field for our biggest event of the year, where nearly 60 eateries sampled some of their finest food and beverages. Special thanks to all of our sponsors for helping to make the event a success: Heinz Field, Stella Artois, Pittsburgh Airport, Pittsburgh Restaurant Week, Peoples, Turner Dairy Farms, 84 Lumber, Giant Eagle Market District, Savoy, Steelite, Baierl, Grossman Yanak and Ford, Clear Channel, All Occasions, Lamar, Rivers Casino, Heinz Field and our auction beneficiary, the Children’s Home and Lemieux Family Center.

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