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  • 2032 Murrary Ave., Squirrel Hill

    Pittsburgh, PA

    412/521-2088

    Category: American, Chinese

  • 5440 Walnut St.

    Pittsburgh, PA 15232

    412/687-7423

    Category: Chinese

  • 4059 William Penn Hwy.

    Monroeville, PA 15146

    412/373-7423

    Category: Chinese

  • 409 Broad St.

    Sewickley, PA 15143

    412/741-7423

    Category: Chinese

  • 4219 Murray Avenue

    Pittsburgh, PA 15217

    412-421-5500

    Category: Asian, Chinese

  • 520 Third Ave.

    Pittsburgh, PA

    412/261-1292

    Category: Chinese

  • 2209 Murray Ave

    Pittsburgh, PA

    Category: Chinese

  • 4609 Centre Avenue

    Pittsburgh, PA 15213

    412-621-6199

    Category: Asian, Chinese, Pan-Asian

  • 5824 Forbes Avenue

    Pittsburgh, PA 15217

    (412) 422-2888

    Category: Chinese

  • 4808 Baum Blvd.

    Pittsburgh, PA 15213

    412/683-3300

    Category: Chinese

  • 148 W. Bridge St.

    The Waterfront

    West Homestead, PA 15120

    412/464-0640

    Category: Chinese

  • 711 Browns Lane

    Pittsburgh, PA 15237

    412/366-1838

    Category: Chinese

  • 2975 Washington Rd.

    McMurray, PA 15317

    724/942-2888

    Category: Chinese

  • 715 Washington Rd.

    Pittsburgh, PA 15228

    412/341-2555

    Category: Chinese

  • Virginia Manor Shopping Center, 1717 Cochran Rd., Mt. Lebanon

    Pittsburgh, PA 15220

    412/563-5252

    Category: Chinese

  • 125 Oakland Avenue

    Pittsburgh, PA 15213

    412-687-8000

    Category: Asian, Chinese, Pan-Asian

  • 5700 Centre Avenue

    Pittsburgh, PA 15206

    412-363-8888

    Category: Chinese

  • 213 South Highland Avenue

    Pittsburgh, PA 15206

    412/361-8888

    Category: Asian, Chinese, Pan-Asian

  • 3200 McIntyre Square Drive

    Pittsburgh, PA 15237

    (412) 364-9933

    Category: Chinese

  • 101 Brandt Dr.

    Cranberry Township, PA 16066

    724/776-6760

    Category: Chinese

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Best Restaurants in Pittsburgh in 2019

Our annual roundup of Pittsburgh's Best Restaurants covers a lot of ground. The list of 30 includes everything from fine dining at a resort hotel to a scrappy, farm-to-table breakfast and lunch counter in Bloomfield.

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Contact:
Lauren Abbott at 412-304-0901
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