930 Penn Ave., Downtown; 412/697-3120, seviche.com
Raw food with a twist. Featuring mojitos, salsa music
and the creative foods of Latin America with a South
Beach Art Deco and Cuban art interior.
Sienna on the Square $$
22 Graeme St., Downtown; 412/281-6363, siennapgh.com
Simple, creative Italian dishes from chef Matthew Por-co. Market Square valet parking. Vegetarian options.
Six Penn Kitchen
146 Sixth St., Downtown; 412/566-7366, sixpennkitchen.com
Go for the pork tenderloin or the duck. Jamison Farm
lamb bolognese is a great winter warmer, too.
2016 Smallman St., Strip District; 412/315-5950, smallmangal-ley.org
Restaurant incubator that houses four budding chef-driven concepts. Also features a bar with drinks to
complement the chefs’ dishes.
947 Penn Ave., Downtown; 412/697-1336, thesonomagrille.com
Contemporary cuisine with Californian influences.
Known for an extensive wine list. Top it all off with
dessert, such as gingerbread cheesecake.
Steelhead Brasserie and Wine Bar $$
112 Washington Place, Downtown; 412/471-4000, thesteelhead.com
Fresh fish, lamb and aged beef with a modern-day flair.
Weekday breakfast and lunch.
1241 Penn Ave., Strip District; 412/281-9956
Korean specialties and sushi. Sushi bar by woodworking artist Tadao Arimoto.
214 Sixth St., Downtown; takopgh.com
The third Downtown venture from Richard
DeShantz and Tolga Sevdik. Tacos, tequila and more.
Outstanding cocktail program.
A Taste of Art Restaurant
420 Blvd. of the Allies, Downtown; 412/291-6532
Nestled inside the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and operated by The International Culinary School. Enjoy an
artful lunch Tue-Wed.
Il Tetto: Rooftop Beer Garden at Sienna Mercato
942 Penn Ave., Downtown; 412/281-2810, siennapgh.com
Serves bar snacks, brews and more Il Tetto, the rooftop
beer garden and bar atop Sienna Mercato.
Thin Man Sandwich Shop $
50 21st St., Strip District; 412/586-7370, thinmansandwichshop.com
Dan and Sherri Leiphart make fun sandwiches, including the now-famous mainstay Thin Man.
Tonic Bar & Grill $$
971 Liberty Ave., Downtown; 412/456-0460, tonicpittsburgh.com
Seasonal menu of sandwiches, soups and salads, plus
220 Fifth Ave., Downtown; 412/394-3400, vallozzispittsburgh.com
Fine dining for lunch and dinner. Offers a nice selection of wines, along with catering services.
105 Blue Spruce Way, Murrysville; 724/327-5000, alismarketplace.com
“A specialty food market for those diagnosed with
Celiac disease and gluten intolerance.” Check the menu
for deli, pizza and bakery and cafe options.
Cornerstone Restaurant & Bar $$
301 Freeport Road, Aspinwall; 412/408-3420, cornerstonepgh.com
Upscale twists to classic dishes, such as the lamb
burger with arugula, goat cheese and balsamic
truffle vinaigrette. Vegan options, catering and
46 Fox Chapel Road, Fox Chapel; 412/781-3700, donatosrestaurant.com
Traditional American and Italian food in a tasteful
environment, with such items as certified Piedmontese
Eighty Acres Kitchen & Bar $$
1910 New Texas Road, Plum; 724/519-7304,
Lunch and dinner with a farm-to-table approach.
Vegetarian options. Sun brunch.
113 S. Pennsylvania Ave., Greensburg; 724/420-5711,
Bistro known for its mixed-drink selections and
friendly staff. Mangia Mondays feature a discounted,
multiple-course Italian meal.
127 Market St., Leechburg; 724/236-0450, twistedthistlepa.com
Farm-to-table dishes with ethnic influences.
4141 Old William Penn Highway, Monroeville; 412/373-5581,
Vegetarian South Indian cuisine including crisp rice-flour pancakes with fillings or curry dishes.
855 Georges Station Road, Greensburg; 724/836-7663, vallozzis.com
Fine dining for lunch and dinner. Offers a nice selection of wines, along with catering services and small
4604 Penn Ave., Bloomfield; 412/251-0189, aptekapgh.com
Casual eatery serving all-vegan Eastern European fare,
including pierogi, stuffed cabbage and halushki, paired
with craft cocktails and house-made cordials.
5202 Butler St., Lawrenceville; 412/408-3988 , b52pgh.com
Mediterranean-inspired, completely-vegan restaurant
with a wide menu of breakfast options, main courses,
sandwiches, flatbreads, and mezze.
Coca Café $
3811 Butler St., Lawrenceville; 412/621-3171
Serving breakfast, brunch, lunch and small dinner
plates, including such specials as maple-glazed duck
with sweet-potato latkes and arugula.
5336 Butler St., Lawrenceville; 412/252-2595, curepittsburgh.com
Seasonal fare focusing on charcuterie and Mediterranean flair. Holds special events regularly. Known for
Kaleidoscope Café $$
108 43 St., Lawrenceville; 412/683-4004, kaleidoscopepgh.com
Modern American with a twist, such as duck cannoli.
Catering, gluten-free and vegan options.
Liliput Cofee & Cafe
477 Melwood Ave, Bloomfield; 412/681-5449, filmmakers.pfpca.org/
Two popular Pittsburgh food businesses (Lili Cafe and
Onion Maiden) combine to serve light vegetarian fare
and coffee roasted by Commonplace Coffeehouse.
3519 Butler St., Lawrenceville; 412/652-9924, morcillapgh.com
Spanish cuisine featuring a collection of shareable
dishes. Terrific selection of sherry, vermouth and
4917 Penn Ave., Garfield; 412/661-7443
Vietnamese specialties, including soup, summer rolls
and rice noodles, along with entrées. Closed Tue.