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  • 804 E. Warrington Ave., Allentown

    PA 15210

    412/488-1440

    Category: Italian

  • 46 Fox Chapel Road

    Pittsburgh, PA 15238

    412-408-3816

    Category: Italian

  • 111 Middle Ave.

    Wilmerding, PA 15148

    412/829-7663

    Category: Italian

  • 4976 McKnight Rd., Ross

    Pittsburgh, PA 15237

    412/366-3556

    Category: Italian

  • 613 Penn Ave., downtown

    Pittsburgh, PA 15222

    412/642-6677

    Category: Italian

  • 3107 Library Rd., Castle Shannon

    Pittsburgh, PA 15234

    412/885-1030

    Category: Italian

  • 2350 Railroad St.

    Pittsburgh, PA

    412/281-6593

    Category: Italian, Mediterranean

  • 1200 Pennsylvania Ave.

    Pittsburgh, PA 15017

    412/257-5150

    Category: Italian

  • 412 Perry Hwy., West View

    PA 15229

    412/931-9878

    Category: Italian

  • 325 McKinley Ave., Latrobe

    PA 15650

    724/539-0500

    Category: Italian

  • 128 S 17th St

    Pittsburgh, PA 15203

    412 390 2012

    Category: Italian, Mediterranean

  • 1125 N. Highland Ave., Highland Park

    PA 15206

    412/362-3676

    Category: Café, Coffee & Tea, Italian

  • 212 N. Warren Avenue

    Apollo, PA 15613

    724-478-2961

    Category: Italian, Seafood, Steakhouse

  • 100 Village Club Drive

    Wexford, PA 15090

    724/934-7880

    Category: Italian

  • 1 Boggs Ave.

    Pittsburgh, PA 15211

    412/481-3336

    Category: Italian

  • 317 S. Craig St.

    Pittsburgh , PA 15213

    412/682-3310

    Category: Italian

  • 531 Lincoln Ave.

    Pittsburgh , PA 15202

    412/734-0980

    Category: Italian

  • 804 Allegheny River Blvd.

    Pittsburgh, PA 15139

    412/826-9650

    Category: Italian

  • 530 Brookline Blvd.

    Pittsburgh, PA 15226

    412/531-2811

    Category: Italian

  • 971 Greentree Rd.

    Pittsburgh, PA 15220

    412/922-7200

    Category: Italian

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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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