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Pittsburgh is known for it's food scene, and these hotel restaurants are a big part of the reason why.
Spirits and Tales is located atop the Oaklander Hotel with a unique view of the local Oakland neighborhood. Experience the classic French brassiere with all-day plates that reflect the changing of the seasons. From cocktail lists to inspired menus, Spirits and Tales is sure to wow the eyes and tastebuds of all visitors.
The Oaklander is serious about their drinks. Be sure to ask for their quarterly Cocktail for a Cause creation where donations are made for each drink sold, and swing by their Born to Rum Social Mondays-Thursdays from 4-6 p.m. for their signature rum tasting and social gathering.
Your Millennial friends for Spirits and Tales' Instagram-worthy cocktails and brunch all with a spectacular view.
Over Eden is located at the TRYP by Wyndham Pittsburgh in Lawrenceville. This rooftop restaurant and bar is open seasonallu Tuesdays-Saturdays from April-November. Over Eden is the perfect spot to enjoy cocktails, apps and much more while embracing the stellar views of Pittsburgh and the Lawrenceville neighborhood.
This is absolutely a hidden gem of the trendy Lawrenceville neighborhood, and a great place to start your evening before venturing into the bustling nightlife below.
Your favorite rooftop bar buddy! With amazing views and unique food, this location is perfect for photo ops and casual meet ups with your friends.
Fl.2 (pronounced Floor 2) is fittingly located on the second floor of The Fairmont Pittsburgh, one of Pittsburgh's most luxurious hotels. The Fairmont is in the heart of downtown and was the city’s first LEED® Gold certified hotel.
I really like it when restaurants decide to switch things up. It keeps it fresh and exciting - just like dining should be. Fl.2 (pronounced Floor 2) features modern American food that is locally sourced. There is a beautiful bar with brass canopy, mirrors and an open kitchen with gleaming copper cookware. Thanks to a partnership with MONMADE, the plates, bar books and staff uniforms have been crafted by local artisans.
Your dinner and a show partner. This is a perfect place to stop for a meal before a you head to your performance, or for dessert and a cocktail afterwards.
The Commoner is located within the Kimpton Hotel Monaco Pittsburgh. With a culinary cuisine that represents Pittsburgh’s industrial and modern atmosphere, visitors can find an authentic, locally curated menu complemented by local beers and craft spirits.
You can easily pair one of the best meals in the city at The Commoner with some of the best beer by heading up to the Biergarten on the rooftop (open seasonally) for authentic German bottles with great views of Downtown Pittsburgh.
The carnivores in your life. Their dray aged beef tartare and pork belly appetizers are some of the best bites in the Burgh, and their wagyu beef Commoner Burger is spectacular.
Braddock’s Rebellion is located inside the Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel. With seasonal and local meats and farm produce, visitors can fully immerse themselves in all that Pittsburgh has to offer. Braddock’s Rebellion also features the region’s largest and diverse selection of bourbon.
Location, location, location. Braddock's Rebellion is centrally located in Downtown, making it an easy walk after your meal to a show in the Cultural District, baseball game at PNC Park or anything going on at the Convention Center.
Your out-of-town bourbon lover. Braddock’s Rebellion is a great experience to make memories and try local flavors.
As tourism is our primary focus at VisitPITTSBURGH, it makes sense that we'd love Christian James, the newest restaurant concept just opened at Joinery Hotel Pittsburgh. Each dish on their menu pulls from different travel experiences and positions their restaurant as the crossroads of culture and cuisine, leading to inspired menu options from Montreal-style poutine to chicken mole, goat vindaloo and pasta Bolognese.
Christian James understands the importance of intertwining food and narrative, and no item goes on the menu without a story behind it. Even their menu is loaded with history, giving you an appreciation for the food and spirits you're selecting.
Friends and family with a love of international cuisine are going to want to come to Christian James again and again to dine and sip around the world without ever leaving their table.