|Address:||1400 Smallman St., Pittsburgh, PA 15222|
Lidia's Pittsburgh opened in the historic Strip District in March of 2001, only four years after Lidia Bastianich and her son Joseph opened the popular Lidia's Kansas City, their first venture outside of Manhattan. Acclaimed New York architect David Rockwell designed the space, and the menu concept is a combination of the Lidia's New York restaurants, Felidia and Becco.
The daily tasting of three pastas, modeled after the Becco New York City concept is a Pittsburgh favorite in addition to hearty and traditional Italian main courses such as the roasted heritage pork shank with fresh orange and carrot juices and the beautiful grilled salmon over green beans and a zest mustard sauce. In January 2008, Lidia's Pittsburgh received a coveted three stars from the Post-Gazette. For more information please visit www.lidias-pittsburgh.com
|Main Dining Room-floor 1||3000.00||180||300||No||No|
|Main Dining Room-floor 2||1500.00||80||120||No||No|