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  • 7061 Steubenville Pike

    Pittsburgh, PA 15071

    412-788-4041

    Category: Bakery, Café, Coffee & Tea, Vegetarian/Vegan

  • 3107 Library Rd., Castle Shannon

    Pittsburgh, PA 15234

    412/885-1030

    Category: Italian

  • 2652 Hidden Valley Dr.

    Upper St. Clair, PA 15241

    724/260-0760

    Category: American

  • 1507 Carson St.

    Pittsburgh, PA 15203

    412/381-5335

    Category: Deli

  • 222 First St., Aspinwall

    PA 15215

    412/784-8178

    Category: Pizza

  • 229 S Highland Ave

    Pittsburgh, PA 15206

    412-661-5656

    Category: Mediterranean

  • 4059 William Penn Hwy.

    Monroeville, PA 15146

    412/373-7423

    Category: Chinese

  • 5440 Walnut St.

    Pittsburgh, PA 15232

    412/687-7423

    Category: Chinese

  • 409 Broad St.

    Sewickley, PA 15143

    412/741-7423

    Category: Chinese

  • 130 Sixth St.

    Pittsburgh, PA 15222

    412/261-6442

    Category: Greek

  • 2350 Railroad St.

    Pittsburgh, PA

    412/281-6593

    Category: Italian, Mediterranean

  • 407 Cinema Drive, SouthSide Works, South Side

    Pittsburgh, PA 15203

    412/381-4800

  • 503 Martindale St., North Shore

    Pittsburgh, PA 15212

    412/231-5720

    Category: American

  • 333 Rouser Rd., Airport Office Park

    Coraopolis, PA 15108

    412/269-9100

    Category: American

  • 1212 Grandview Ave.

    Pittsburgh, PA 15211

    412/431-1400

  • 301 Freeport Road

    Aspinwall, PA

    412/408-3420

    Category: American

  • 2138 Business Rt 220, Bedford

    PA 15522

    814/624-5648

    Category: American

  • 1200 Pennsylvania Ave.

    Pittsburgh, PA 15017

    412/257-5150

    Category: Italian

  • 5336 Butler St., Lawrenceville

    Pittsburgh, PA 15201

    412/252-2595

    Category: American, Mediterranean

  • Frick Art & Historical Center, 7227 Reynolds St., Point Breeze

    Pittsburgh, PA 15208

    412/371-0600

    Category: Café

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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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