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CRAZY MOCHA

4 Gateway Center 444 Liberty Avenue Pittsburgh Pennsylvania

Cuisine Type: Coffee & Tea

CUCINA BELLA

1200 Pennsylvania Ave. Pittsburgh Pennsylvania

Cuisine Type: Italian

CURE

5336 Butler St., Lawrenceville Pittsburgh Pennsylvania

Cuisine Type: American, Mediterranean

D’s SIX PAX & DOGZ

1118 S. Braddock Ave., Regent Square Pittsburgh Pennsylvania

Cuisine Type: American

DELLA TERRA

100 Perry Highway Harmony Pennsylvania

Cuisine Type: Italian

DELUCA’S

2015 Penn Ave., Strip District Pennsylvania

Cuisine Type: Diner

DICK’S DINER

Rt. 22, Murrysville Pennsylvania

Cuisine Type: American

DINETTE

5996 Penn Circle South, East Liberty Pittsburgh Pennsylvania

Cuisine Type: Pizza

DISH OSTERIA & BAR

128 S 17th St Pittsburgh Pennsylvania

Cuisine Type: Italian, Mediterranean

DITKA’S

1 Robinson Plaza Robinson Township Pittsburgh Pennsylvania

Cuisine Type: American

DOR-STOP RESTAURANT

1430 Potomac Ave. Pittsburgh Pennsylvania

Cuisine Type: American, Breakfast

DRIFTWOOD OVEN

3615 Butler Street Pittsburgh Pennsylvania

Cuisine Type: Pizza, Vegetarian/Vegan

EAT’N PARK

Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pennsylvania

Cuisine Type: American, Family

EL CAMPESINO

4063 William Penn Hwy., Monroeville Pittsburgh Pennsylvania

Cuisine Type: Mexican

ESPRESSO A MANO

3623 Butler St., Lawrenceville Pittsburgh Pennsylvania

Cuisine Type: Coffee & Tea

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