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You can grab a bite to eat 24-7 in the Strip District. Wine and dine at any of the many cool clubs and restaurants that line Smallman Street and Penn Avenue. From street vendors to fine dining, from the famous Primanti's sandwich to chicken on a stick, noshing in the Strip District is where it's at. One thing's for sure, when you visit the Strip, you won't leave hungry.
1603 Penn Ave.
A favorite among Pittsburgh Steelers, Big Mama cooks up some mean ribs and chicken.
1150 Smallman St.
It's the 11th restaurant of the Big Burrito Restaurant Group and it's to die for. Contemporary American flavors are combined to create a fresh and truly original menu.
1150 Smallman St.
Kaya's cuisine is inspired by the sea and sun, melding fresh, high quality ingredients with bold flavor and alluring preparation.
1400 Smallman St.
The Pittsburgh restaurant from celebrity chef Lidia Bastianich, Lidia's features their daily three pasta tasting, modeled after the Becco New York City concept, a Pittsburgh favorite, in addition to hearty and traditional Italian main courses.
2329 Penn Ave.
From small plates and pub grub to lots of Irish food, music and libations are available in this quaint restaurant.
60 21st St.
Your party must all be present before being seated and you’ll probably have to wait for a table, but the breakfasts they serve is worth it all. The strawberry pancakes are incredible.
46 18th St.
Long a Pittsburgh institution, the one-of-a-kind Primanti Bros. sandwich comes with fries and slaw right on the sandwich. Check out the original location.
1904 Penn Ave.
From lobster rolls and seafood platters to fabulous Bloody Mary's and frozen drinks, Roland's is a local favorite with outdoor dining and large bar.
2840 Smallman St.
Specializes in delicious and reasonably priced cuisine, including our house specialties (deli sandwiches with 1 pound of meat!) and other customer favorites.
2601 Smallman St.
The Spaghetti Warehouse combines Old World Italian traditions with American abundance in hearty, made from scratch dishes.