Best Restaurants 2014: Readers' Poll Winners

See the results in our annual poll dedicated to the region's best food, from hot dogs to pierogies and everything in between.



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Piccolo Forno photo by Laura Petrilla
 

 

Italian (Non-Chain)

➊Piccolo Forno
piccolo-forno.com

➋Girasole
733copeland.com

➌Arpino Trattoria
arpinotrattoria.com (tie)

➌II Pizzaiolo
ilpizzaiolo.com (tie)

 

Japanese/Sushi

➊Nakama Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar
eatatnakama.com

➋Little Tokyo Bistro
littletokyopittsburgh.com


➌Umi
bigburrito.com/umi

 

Last Meal on Earth

➊Meat & Potatoes
meatandpotatoespgh.com


➋Cure
curepittsburgh.com

➌Burgatory
burgatorybar.com

 

Latin-Inspired

➊Kaya
bigburrito.com/kaya


➋Seviche
seviche.com


➌Tamari
tamaripgh.com

 

Locally Sourced Menu

➊Legume
legumebistro.com


➋Cure
curepittsburgh.com


➌Habitat Restaurant
habitatrestaurant.com

 

Mediterranean/Greek

➊Mediterrano
mediterranocuisine.com


➋Casbah
bigburrito.com/casbah


➌Aladdin’s Eatery
aladdinseatery.com

 

Mexican/Tex-Mex

➊Mad Mex
madmex.com


➋Emiliano’s Mexican Restaurant
emilianos.net


➌Patron Mexican Grill
mexicanrestaurantpittsburgh.com

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