Pittsburgh City Guide: 12 Great Main Streets Waiting For You

A trip to these well-populated thoroughfares promises access to shops, restaurants and things to do.

Every Pittsburgh neighborhood has its own identity, trademark quirks and proud residents eager to preserve their town’s colorful history. Among our favorites: these 12 communities in which you can experience the heart of the area on or near well-populated thoroughfares filled with pedestrians, shops, restaurants and things to do. Take a stroll with us.
 


photos by john altdorfer
 

Bellevue

This walkable neighborhood long has carried the motto: “Live. Worship. Shop.” Lincoln Avenue has changed over the years, but those commands still hold true — Bellevue has plenty of places to live, houses of worship (and related stores and spots for post-service dining) and charming shops. And we can definitely add “eat” to the above credo. There’s sure to be something for everyone. — LD
 

Where to Shop

  • Check out the organic offerings for your little one at Happy Baby Company [558 Lincoln Ave., happybabycompany.com].
     
  • Pick a Christian gift item or book from nonprofit shop The Shepherd’s Door [563 Lincoln Ave., theshepherdsdoor.org], which also sells fair-trade goods.
     

What to Do

  • Wander (admission is free) through the new home of the John A. Hermann Jr. Memorial Art Museum [318 Lincoln Ave., johnhermannmuseum.org].
     
  • Taste a sweet from Lincoln Bakery [543 Lincoln Ave., mylincolnbakery.com].
     
  • Sip the flavor of the day at the charming Muddy Cup Cafe [419 Lincoln Ave., 412/415-3144].
     
  • Relieve your stress: All classes at Yoga on Fremont [8 S. Fremont Ave., yogaonfremont.com] are drop-in friendly.
     

Where to Eat

  • Enjoy being treated like part of the family at homestyle restaurant Joe’s Rusty Nail [560 Lincoln Ave., 412/766-9228].
     
  • Experience some exotic flavors at Thai Tamarind [172 Lincoln Ave., thaitamarindpittsburgh.com].
     
  • Opt for the meatloaf, fried chicken or another staple at the Bellevue Diner [513 Lincoln Ave., 412/734-4446].
     
  • Devour selections from the “backyard barbecue-inspired menu” at the Pitt Stop [564 Lincoln Ave., thepittstopbbq.com].
     

Bloomfield

Pittsburgh’s Little Italy is a bit of an anomaly. You have your old-time Italian grocers not far from a self-proclaimed “radical” bookstore. There’s an all-things-Catholic store run by friendly nuns a few doors down from a contemporary art gallery. Old Pittsburgh blends with the new here, and when we say goodbye to some favorites (Fukuda and Del’s Bar & Ristorante DelPizzo), we say hello to soon-to-be favorites (Bread and Salt Bakery and Station restaurant). Walk down Liberty Avenue — one of the longer main streets on our list — and experience it all. — LD
 

Where to Shop

  • Buy a novel and stick around for a reading or release party at the East End Book Exchange [4754 Liberty Ave., eastendbookexchange.com].
     
  • Visit Sacred Heart of Jesus Store [4515 Liberty Ave., 412/683-4001] to hunt for hard-to-find religious tomes and gifts.
     
  • Put in a custom order at family-owned Best Made Shoes [5143 Liberty Ave., bestmadeshoes.com].
     
  • Discover books and other items that support a broad range of politics and lifestyles at The Big Idea Bookstore [4812 Liberty Ave., thebigideapgh.wordpress.com].
     

What to Do

  • Catch the latest exhibition at the artist-run commercial gallery BoxHeart [4523 Liberty Ave., boxheartgallery.com].
     
  • Savor a doughnut and the delicious smells wafting over you at Bloomfield institution Paddy Cake Bakery [4763 Liberty Ave., paddycakebakery.org].
     
  • Cool off with a cold treat from Scoops in Bloomfield [4806 Liberty Ave., scoopspittsburgh.com].
     

Where to Eat

  • At Thai Gourmet [4505 Liberty Ave., 412/681-4373], try the pumpkin curry.
     
  • Order the ’Burgh-famous burger at Tessaro’s [4601 Liberty Ave., tessaros.com], prepared daily by in-house butchers.
     
  • Be wowed by the popcorn panna cotta, a hit at the 2015 Pittsburgh Magazine Best Restaurants Party, at Station [4744 Liberty Ave., twitter.com/station_pgh]; the new venture from Curtis Gamble, formerly of Grit & Grace, is set to open in August 2015.
     

Carnegie

Carnegie is a town marked by continued rebirth. Revitalization efforts, sparked by repeated bouts of flooding in recent years, still are going strong; the results are visible in the form of new stores and eateries popping up, as well as the bright blue bridge railings that match both the trashcans on Main Street and the chairs inside the coffee shop housed in the former post office. Business and restaurant owners love their little borough. You will, too. — LD
 

Where to Shop

  • Scout for locally made jewelry, candles, soap, art and more at Modern Mercantile [233 E. Main St., modernmercantilepgh.com].
     
  • Browse the large selection of men’s shoes at Hanna’s Clothing Store [311 W. Main St., hannasclothing.com], an area institution since 1903.
     

What to Do

  • Take in a show at off the WALL Theater [25 W. Main St., insideoffthewall.com], known for nontraditional performances.
     
  • Tour the Historical Society and Honus Wagner Museum [1 W. Main St., 412/276-7447] for an homage to the Pittsburgh Pirates legend (and the town).
     
  • Visit the “Carnegie Carnegie” library [300 Beechwood Ave., carnegiecarnegie.org] and its Espy room — once a meeting place for a Grand Army of the Republic post of Civil War veterans.
     
  • Get fit at Motion on Main [21 E. Main St., motiononmain.com].
     

Where to Eat

  • Slow down with a latte inside the cozy Carnegie Coffee Company [132 E. Main St., facebook.com/carnegiecoffeecompany], located in a former post office.
     
  • Indulge in fine Italian dining at PaPa J’s Ristorante [200 E. Main St., papajs.com].
     
  • Drink an Irish beer (and pair it with a shepherd’s pie) at Riley’s Pour House [215 E. Main St., rileyspourhouse.com].
     
  • Discover what the chef calls “world-fusion freestyle” cuisine at the lovely One Thirty One East [131 E. Main St., onethirtyoneeast.com].

Next: Lawrenceville, Millvale, & Mt. Lebanon
 

 

Lawrenceville

Lawrenceville has evolved from steel-town grittiness to hipster quirkiness to universal popularity. This East End neighborhood boasts some of our city’s best restaurants and locally owned boutiques, and people still are flocking to live there — especially those who long for a DIY renovation project. Walk down Butler Street and take in the sights before things change again (don’t worry — we expect things will keep on getting better). — LD
 

Where to Shop

  • Shop for novelty items, many of them Pittsburgh-themed, at WildCard [4209 Butler St., wildcardpgh.com].
     
  • Raid the stash of zombie-related games, clothing, books and more at House of the Dead [4110 Butler St., houseofthedeadpgh.com].
     
  • Visit WHO NEW? Retro Mod Decor [5156 Butler St., 412/781-0588] for funky furniture finds.
     
  • Try on the trendy clothing options at Number Fourteen [4601 Butler St., no14boutique.com].
     

What to Do

  • Fire up a vintage pinball machine (while noshing on a panini) at Kickback Pinball Cafe [4326 Butler St., facebook.com/kickbackpgh].
     
  • Learn what it means to be “man-pampered” at Mister Grooming & Goods [4504 Butler St., mistergroomingandgoods.com].
     
  • Keep an eye on the schedule and plan accordingly for theme weeks coming up at the single-screen Row House Cinema [4115 Butler St., rowhousecinema.com].
     
  • Tour the Roberto Clemente Museum [3339 Penn Ave., clementemuseum.com] — a must for baseball fans.
     

Where to Eat

  • Indulge in traditional Thai food at the charming Pusadee’s Garden [5321 Butler St., pusadeesgarden.com].
     
  • Pair a beer flight with the truffled filament fries at Industry Public House [4305 Butler St., industrypgh.com].
     
  • Pick up a piece of quiche or a crossaint to go at La Gourmandine [4605 Butler St., lagourmandinebakery.com].
     
  • Order the polenta at Piccolo Forno [3801 Butler St., piccolo-forno.com], one of our 2015 Best Restaurants, and then grab a drink at the establishment’s new Grapperia.
     

Millvale

​Millvale maintains the rough-hewn feel of a coal town while keeping up with the times — and that’s why we love it. You can swing by the hobby shop and then have a macaron at the French bakery. You can visit a French bookstore and then buy some vinyl at one of the region’s largest record stores. You can enjoy a craft beer at an up-and-coming brewpub and then take in a show at a concert venue in a former church. Be sure to make time for the old and the new when you visit. — LD
 

Where to Shop

  • Inspect the toy trains and models at Esther’s hobby shop [219 North Ave., esthershobby.com].
     
  • Indulge your inner Francophile at French bookstore La Librairie “Les Idées” [421 Grant Ave., www.librairielesidees.com].
     
  • Go back in time and peruse the novelties at Lincoln Pharmacy [232 North Ave., lincolnpharmacy.com].
     

What to Do

  • See a show at one of Pittsburghers’ favorite concert venues, Mr. Smalls [400 Lincoln Ave., mrsmalls.com].


photo by cory morton
 

  • Visit Draai Laag Brewing Co. [501 E. Ohio St., draailaag.com] on a Thursday for game night.
     
  • Grab a beer at Cousins Lounge [203 Grant Ave., facebook.com/cousinslounge], voted Best Dive Bar in our 2015 Best of the ’Burgh Readers’ Poll.
     
  • Engage in an open-form drawing session at Panza Gallery [115 Sedgwick St., panzagallery.com].
     

Where to Eat

  • Fill up on the classic hotcakes at Pamela’s P&G Diner [232 North Ave., pamelasdiner.com].
     
  • Indulge in an authentic macaron at Jean-Marc Chatellier’s French Bakery [213 North Ave., jeanmarcchatellier.com].
     

Mt. Lebanon

One of the South Hills region’s popular enclaves, Mt. Lebanon is noted for its acclaimed school district, gracious homes and busy shopping centers. Known by locals as “Uptown,” the Washington Road business district includes a slew of restaurants — including Bistro 19 and Il Pizzaiolo — as well as boutiques, salons and coffeehouses. And just a few blocks away, there’s always something to do on Beverly Road, home to Scoops on Beverly, Bado’s Pizza Grill and Ale House and Blooming Dahlia. The community also has its own outdoor swim center, golf course, tennis center and ice rink. — JS
 

Where to Shop

  • Select the perfect outfit at Ona Boutique [692 Washington Road, onaboutique.typepad.com]. 
     
  • See artwork, woodcarvings, photography and other locally handcrafted pieces at The Artsmiths of Pittsburgh [1635 McFarland Road, koolkatpgh.com] (opening summer 2015). 
     
  • Get your home improvement on at family-owned Rollier’s Hardware store [600 Washington Road, rolliers.com].
     
  • Pick a bouquet of beautiful blooms from Mt. Lebanon Floral [725 Washington Road, mtlebanonfloral.net].
     

What to Do

  • Enjoy a beer made on-site at Hitchhiker Brewing Company [190 Castle Shannon Blvd., hitchhikerbrewing.com].
     
  • Sample cuisines from around the world by attending the monthly dinners at coffeehouse Orbis Caffe [675 Washington Road, orbiscaffe.com]. 
     
  • Share tips, ideas and experiences during the weekly informal stitch group gatherings held at Beehive NeedleArts [650 Washington Road, beehiveneedlearts.com]. 
     
  • Take your skating partner for a spin at Mt. Lebanon Ice Center [900 Cedar Blvd., mtlebanon.org].
     

Where to Eat

  • Savor the fresh, seasonal ingredients at Bistro 19 [711 Washington Road, bistro19.com].
     
  • Polish off a full pizza cooked in the wood-fired brick oven at Il Pizzaiolo [703 Washington Road,
  • 412/344-4123].
     
  • Order fresh sushi from the large selection of Japanese dishes offered at Little Tokyo [636 Washington Road, littletokyopittsburgh.com].
     
  • Grab a salad or a soup, or build your own sandwich, at Cafe io [300 Beverly Road, cafeio.com], or sit down for a longer meal.
     

Next: North Side, Oakmont & Regent Square
 

 

North Side

There’s something about the North Side that summons the homey feel of old Pittsburgh. Whether you’re buying a cold treat from Gus and Yia Yia’s Ice Ball Stand, enjoying a hearty sandwich at the counter of the Allegheny Sandwich Shoppe or touring the Mexican War Streets, this is a neighborhood for true yinzers. The Mattress Factory modern-art museum and distinctive programming through City of Asylum/Pittsburgh keep the North Side artful on this side of the river. — LD
 

Where to Shop

  • Find funky housewares, clothing, books and more at the gift shop of the Mattress Factory [500 Sampsonia Way, mfshop.org].
     
  • Shop the unique collection of items or order fair-trade flowers at K.S. Kennedy Distinctive Floral, Gift and Gourmet [848 Western Ave., kskennedy.com].
     
  • Nab the perfect gift for your favorite kid at the Little Orange Store at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh [10 Children’s Way, pittsburghkids.org/shop].
     
  • Outfit your pooch at The Western Pennsylvania Humane Society [1101 Western Ave., wpahumane.org].
     

What to Do

  • Beat the heat at Gus and Yia Yia’s Ice Ball Stand [638 W. Ohio St.], a North Side institution.
     
  • Visit a number of feathered friends (and one sloth) at the National Aviary [700 Arch St., aviary.org].
     
  • Take in a show — dance, classical theater and anything in between — at the New Hazlett Theater [6 Allegheny Square East, newhazletttheater.org], a recently restored landmark. 
     
  • Broaden your horizons via cross-cultural programming from City of Asylum/Pittsburgh [324 Sampsonia Way, cityofasylum.org], a sanctuary for exiled writers.
     

Where to Eat

  • Try the candied jalapeno option at Benjamins Western Avenue Burger Bar [900 Western Ave., benjaminspgh.com].
     
  • Fill up on homemade Italian favorites at Giorgio’s Place [908 Western Ave., giorgiosplace.com].
     
  • Have lunch at Allegheny Sandwich Shoppe [822 Western Ave., 412/322-4797] — the open-face meatloaf sandwich is a great choice.
     
  • Grab dinner at the James Street Gastropub & Speakeasy [422 Foreland St., jamesstreetgastropub.com] before heading upstairs for a dance lesson or downstairs for jazz.
     

Oakmont

Two things jump to mind when the charming town of Oakmont comes up in conversation: the Oakmont Country Club, the perennially top-ranked golf course (and site of the 2016 U.S. Open), and the epic Oakmont Bakery, maker of the delectable almond torte. Located along the banks of the Allegheny River, Oakmont’s main street connects a crop of locally owned restaurants, boutiques and the venerable Oaks Theater. A popular walking path borders scenic Allegheny River Boulevard and Allegheny Avenue, which are separated by a working railroad. — JS
 

Where to Shop

  • Reflect your style with designer duds and unusual accessories at Carabella [328 Allegheny River Blvd., carabellaoakmont.com].
     
  • Pick up something good to eat at health-food store Today’s Market [612 Allegheny River Blvd., todays-market.com].
     
  • Treat your loved one to a custom-designed piece from Robert Hallett, Goldsmith, Jeweler & Designer [518 Allegheny River Blvd., roberthallett.com].
     
  • Coo over the cute merchandise at Sugar Plum baby boutique [628 Allegheny River Blvd., 412/517-8456].
     

What to Do

  • Relax with a facial and a massage at Oakmont Skin Care and Electrolysis [620 Allegheny River Blvd., oakmontskincare.com].
     
  • Select a best-selling thriller from the shelves at Mystery Lovers Bookshop [514 Allegheny River Blvd., mysterylovers.com]. 
     
  • Compete in adults-only Radical Trivia at the Oaks Theater [310 Allegheny River Blvd., theoakstheater.com].
     
  • Convince a club member to take you for a round of golf at the famed Oakmont Country Club [1233 Hulton Road, oakmont-countryclub.org].
     

Where to Eat

  • Check out the lively bar at Hoffstot’s Cafe Monaco [533 Allegheny Ave., hoffstots.com].
     
  • Treat yourself to a sweet confection such as the tiramisu dolce cake from the vast display of goodies at Oakmont Bakery [531 Allegheny Ave., oakmontbakery.com].
     
  • Feel as if you’re at the game while you grub, thanks to the big-screen televisions at Carnivores Restaurant and Sports Bar [215 Allegheny Ave.,
  • carnivores-oakmont.com].
     
  • Enjoy a homestyle-inspired meal at What’s Cookin’ at Casey’s [608 Allegheny River Blvd., 412/826-1400].
     

Regent Square

Once a hidden gem on the edge of the city limits, Regent Square has risen in prominence, thanks to its tree-lined streets, ample amenities within Frick Park and perennially bustling business district along South Braddock Avenue. Visitors can wear their kids out in the sprawling park’s playgrounds and then buy a cupcake for them at Vanilla Pastry Studio. Or take in a classic film at Regent Square Theater and then discuss it over drinks at D’s. Whoever you are, there’s a pleasant day waiting for you. — SC
 

Where to Shop

  • Grab some off-the-wall decor, jewelry and more at Le Mix Antiques [1115½ S. Braddock Ave., 412/241-5800].
     
  • Surprise someone special with a beautiful floral arrangement from Hepatica [1119 S. Braddock Ave., hepaticapgh.com].
     
  • Engage your four-legged friends with challenging toys and healthy snacks from Animal Nature [7610 Forbes Ave., animalnature.net].
     
  • See things more clearly after a visit to Typhoon Lighting [1130 S. Braddock Ave., typhoonlighting.com], where you’ll find everything from ceiling fixtures to table lamps.
     

What to Do

  • Recharge physically (and mentally) via a relaxing massage at the Pittsburgh Center for Complementary Health and Healing [1124 S. Braddock Ave., pghhealthandhealing.com].
     
  • Catch a foreign, independent or classic film at Regent Square Theater [1035 S. Braddock Ave., cinema.pfpca.org].
     
  • Stroll through Frick Park while enjoying soft-serve from Park Pizza & Cream [7600 Forbes Ave., parkpizzacream.com].
     
  • Take in the current exhibit at Concept Art Gallery [1031 S. Braddock Ave., conceptgallery.com] and scout for a piece for your own walls.
     

Where to Eat

  • Choose one of 1,000-plus beers at D’s Six Pax and Dogz [1118 S. Braddock Ave., ds6pax.com] and pair it with the Mac ’N Cheese Dog.
     
  • Wake up early for a filling breakfast at the Square Cafe [1137 S. Braddock Ave., square-cafe.com].
     
  • Select one … OK, a half-dozen … OK, a dozen cupcakes from Vanilla Pastry Studio [1130 S. Braddock Ave., vanillapastry.com].
     
  • Spring for the tasting menu at Root 174 [1113 S. Braddock Ave., root174.com], one of our 2015 Best Restaurants.
     

Next: Sewickely, Shadyside & South Side

 

Sewickley

There’s no question the Village of Sewickley is booming. With more than 10 clothing stores, inviting restaurants, numerous town events throughout the year (from an art walk to its own holiday light-up celebration), galleries, a vibrant library and shops for everyone young and old, a day in Sewickley always is an alluring reason to take a trip west. — LD
 

Where to Shop

  • Check out the latest styles at Apres [422 Broad St., shop.apresonline.com].
     
  • Take a furniture-refinishing class and browse the selections at IDEAS Vintage Market [419 Beaver St., ideasvintagemarket.com].
     
  • Buy candles, kitchenware or personalized wall hangings at House15143 [436 Beaver St., house15143.com].
     
  • Find a book to read at Sewickley institution Penguin Bookshop [417½ Beaver St., penguinbookshop.com] in its (relatively) new space.
     

What to Do

  • Appreciate the work of emerging and contemporary artists at Sewickley’s new gallery, Art Space 616 [616 Beaver St., artspace616.com].
     
  • Take a chance on a brain freeze with some Italian gelato or ice cream at Sewickley Confectionery [600 Beaver St., sewickleyconfectionery.com].
     
  • Pick up some old-time sweets and a root beer at Village Candy [344 Beaver St., villagecandy.com].
     
  • Give your day a boost by sipping one of the healthy (and tasty) beverages at Salúd Juicery [348 Beaver St., saludjuicery.com].
     

Where to Eat

  • Bring home gourmet takeout from B Gourmet [428 Beaver St., bgourmet-pgh.com].
     
  • Dine al fresco at Vivo Kitchen [432 Beaver St., vivokitchen.com], one of our 2015 Best Restaurants.
     
  • Eat a salad at French-inspired cafe Cocothé  [541 Beaver St., cocothe.com].
     
  • Enjoy the ambiance — and the tapas — at Lula [515 Broad St., lulasewickley.com].
     

Shadyside

​One of several hip main streets in leafy Shadyside (the others are Walnut Street and South Highland Avenue), Ellsworth Avenue is a shopper’s paradise packed with locally owned art galleries, restaurants, salons and retail destinations. While you’re there, enjoy a frozen cosmopolitan on the front patio at Harris Grill during the warm weather months. Or leash up your four-legged best friend and head to Petagogy for the occasional Friday night Art Walks and Yappy Hours — and that’s just a start. — JS
 

Where to Shop

  • Reward your dog or cat with innovative toys, irresistible treats and more from Petagogy [5880 Ellsworth Ave., petagogypgh.com].
     
  • Chose a classic piece from the vintage clothing and collectibles collection at Hey Betty! [5890 Ellsworth Ave., heybettyvintageclothing.com]. 
     
  • Find something beautiful for your home at Tile & Design’s The Idea Shops [229 Spahr St., theideashops.com]. 
     
  • Outfit your little one in colorful activewear from Ivivva [5896 Ellsworth Ave., ivivva.com], an outpost of fitness titan Lululemon’s children’s brand.
     

What to Do

  • Eye up some art at the eclectic and unpretentious GalleriE CHIZ [5831 Ellsworth Ave., galleriechiz.com]. 
     
  • Pamper yourself (or find a new look) at Capristo Salon and Wellness Spa [5850 Ellsworth Ave., capristosalon.com].
     
  • Feel green while you get your whites clean at eco-friendly laundromat The Laundry Factory [5859 Ellsworth Ave., thelaundryfactory.com]. 
     
  • Shake your groove thing at 5801 Video Lounge and Cafe [5801 Ellsworth Ave., 5801videolounge.com].
     

Where to Eat

  • Head to Harris Grill [5747 Ellsworth Ave., harrisgrill.com] on a Tuesday for All-You-Can-Eat Bacon Night. 
     
  • Order the always-fresh sushi at Umi [5849 Ellsworth Ave., bigburrito.com/umi], one of our 2015 Best Restaurants.
     
  • Try one of the organic, cold-pressed juices at Living Juicy Organic Raw Cafe [5892 Ellsworth Ave., livingjuicyrawcafe.com].
     
  • Pair a slice of homemade pizza with a craft beer at Bites and Brews [5750 Ellsworth Ave., bitesandbrewspittsburgh.com].
     

South Side

Looking to have some fun? Pittsburgh’s South Side has a kicking nightlife scene that includes everything from legendary bar institutions such as Jack’s, Casey’s Draft House and Smokin’ Joe’s Saloon to new, hip bars, including Twelve and The Flats on Carson. Of course, it’s not all cocktails along busy East Carson Street; the South Side has plenty of eateries, coffee houses and shops. College students, busy professionals and families alike make their homes in the neighborhood’s classic row houses or in the upscale lofts of the SouthSide Works. — JS
 

Where to Shop

  • Show your pride for the ’Burgh with a Pittsburgh-themed T-shirt from Commonwealth Press [1931 E. Carson St., cwpress.com].
     
  • Rummage through the new and used vinyl records at music mecca Dave’s Music Mine [1210 E. Carson St., davesmusicmine.com].
     
  • Put a modern twist on your living room with a piece from PerLora Modern Furniture [2220 E. Carson St., perlora.com].
     
  • Pick out a vintage-inspired button-down shirt from Decade, a men’s and women’s boutique [1407 E. Carson St., shopdecade.com].
     

What to Do

  • Take in a concert or comedy show at South Side fixture the Rex Theater [1602 E. Carson St., rextheater.com].
     
  • Catch a buzz from one of the many coffees offered at the eclectic Beehive Coffeehouse [1327 E. Carson St., beehivebuzz.com].
     
  • Watch a new work from an emerging playwright or an old favorite at City Theatre Company [1300 Bingham St., citytheatrecompany.org].
     
  • Stretch your body, and clear your mind at Amazing Yoga [1506 E. Carson St., amazingyoga.net], also home to Amazing Cafe.
     

Where to Eat


photo by laura petrilla

 

  • Taste Spanish continental cuisine at Mallorca [2228 E. Carson St., mallorcarestaurantpgh.com].
     
  • Join your friends for sushi and a hibachi dinner at Nakama Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar [1611 E. Carson St., eatatnakama.com].
     
  • Order the margherita pizza, or create your own pie, at Circolo Woodfired [2100 E. Carson St., circolopgh.com].

 

Categories: 2015 City Guide (Right)