the pumpkin curry. Monthly specials, takeout and
Chaya Japanese Cuisine
2032 Murray Ave., Squirrel Hill; 412/422-2082, chayausa.com
Japanese cuisine. Sushi, sashimi and nigiri appetizers,
tempura, noodle dishes, rice bowls, teriyaki grilled
items and nabemono.
5875 Forbes Ave., Squirrel Hill; 412/421-6668, everydaynoodles.net
Enjoy your meal with a show, as chefs create homemade noodles in front of you. Soup dumplings, one of
the menu highlights, draw people from near and far.
Gaby et Jules, Patisseries et Macarons
5837 Forbes Ave., Squirrel Hill; 412/682-1966, gabyetjules.com
Experience a typical Parisian delight here in Pittsburgh.
Serves a wide variety of carefully crafted pastries.
Opening a second location this winter.
1923 Murray Ave., Squirrel Hill; 412/521-4890, gluuteny.com
Sweet treats include whoopie pies and snickerdoodles.
One wholesome item is the gluten-, soy- and casein-free vegan pizza. Catering options.
Green Pepper Korean Bistro
2020 Murray Ave., Squirrel Hill; 412/422-2277, greenpepperpgh.com
Open since 2010, this contemporary Korean lounge
and bistro brings you lunch and dinner, plus karaoke.
214 N. Craig St., Oakland; 412/621-2700, legumebistro.com
French-, Italian- and American-influenced daily
menu. Offers valet parking and vegan options. Serves
lunch weekdays and dinner Mon-Sat. Closed Sun.
Lulu’s Noodles $
400 S. Craig St., Oakland; 412/687-7777
Fresh Asian cooking, with lunch specials. Dine-in,
pickup and catering.
New Dumpling House
2138 Murray Ave., Squirrel Hill; 412/422-4178
Features dim-sum offerings on weekends. House
specialties include the sliced suckling pig with ginger
sprouts. Lunch and dinner.
Nu Jewish Bistro
1711 Murray Ave., Squirrel Hill; 412/422-0220
Expect to find such Jewish classics as matzo balls and
blintzes, along with daily specials.
The Porch at Schenley $
221 Schenley Drive, Oakland; 412/687-6724, theporchatschenley.com
Simple food with vegan options. Quick-service lunch,
full-service dinner and a convenient walk-up window
that opens weekdays at 7: 30 a.m.
1712 Murray Ave., Squirrel Hill; 412/421-8801, silkelephant.net
This upscale yet casual Thai tapas and wine bar also
serves up a variety of soups, sauteed, grilled, noodle
and rice treats sure to tempt your taste buds.
Spice Island Tea House
253 Atwood St., Oakland; 412/687-8821, spiceislandteahouse.com
Wide variety of exotic tea, beer and wine. Serves South
Asian-inspired fare. Closed Sun.
Szmidt’s Old-World Deli $
509 Greenfield Ave., Greenfield; 412/904-3558, szmidts.com
Serves sweet and savory pierogies plus sandwiches —
offered. Closed Sun.
Tân Lac Viên
2114 Murray Ave., Squirrel Hill; 412/521-8888, tanlacvienpgh.com
Small Vietnamese spot serving spring rolls, pho and
more. Open daily for lunch and dinner.
413 S. Craig St., Oakland; 412/681- 8620
Casual spot near Carnegie Mellon and Pitt serving
traditional American fare, including soups, salads and
412 S. Craig St., Oakland; 412/681-5700
Serves lunch and dinner dishes representing various
regions of India. Items include curries, lamb, tikka
masala and whole roasted fish.
> REGENT SQUARE, POINT BREEZE, LARIMER
Café at The Frick
7227 Reynolds St., Point Breeze; 412/371-0600, thefrickpittsburgh.org
Gourmet soup, salad, sandwiches, entrées, desserts and
afternoon tea. Ask about the “recipe of the month.”
Closed Mon. Accepts reservations.
1103 S. Braddock Ave., Regent Square; 412/871-5923, cibopittsburgh.com
Specializing in contemporary Italian cuisine, including veal scaloppini marsala and prosciutto-wrapped
asparagus. Free corkage on Mon. Vegan options.
D’s Six Pax & Dogz $
1118 S. Braddock Ave., Regent Square; ds6pax.com
Beef, veggie and turkey hot dogs — plus beef, veggie
and chicken burgers. Don’t forget your six pack.
Dunning’s Grill $
1100 S. Braddock Ave., Regent Square; 412/243-3900
Soup, burgers and wings. Try the turkey burger with
olives and feta or one of the salads and appetizers.
East End Brewing Co.
147 Julius St., Larimer; 412/537-2337, eastendbrewing.com
Produces signature five brews year-round, plus several
others seasonally and when the mood strikes. Growlers
available at Pittsburgh Public Market.
East End Café and Deli
7332 Penn Ave., Point Breeze; 412/241-4830, eastendcafepgh.com
Choose your own sandwich toppings or pick from a
long list of specialties. Complete with salad or soup of
Make Your Mark ARTspace & Coffeehouse
6736 Reynolds St., Point Breeze; 412/365-2117
Offering a full coffeehouse with organic and fair-trade
coffee and tea — plus a vegan/vegetarian café with
The Map Room $
1126 S. Braddock Ave., Regent Square; 412/371-1955
Variety appetizers, sandwiches, burgers, seafood and
pastas — plus East End Brewing Co. beer. Offers catering and vegan options. Live music on Sun.
Pino’s Contemporary Italian Restaurant & Wine
6738 Reynolds St., Point Breeze; 412/361-1336, chefpino.com
New York-style create-your-own pizzas, plus lunch and
dinner menus. Pair your picks with one of many wines.
Offers catering and vegan options. Closed Sun.
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