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Discover the best restaurants in Downtown Pittsburgh!
Downtown Pittsburgh is the heart of the city, with bustling sidewalks, urban parks, and a newly flourishing dining scene. From ethnic eats to gastropubs, you will find a diverse selection of cuisine in this booming area.
All in-person indoor dining at businesses in the retail food services industry, including, but not limited to, bars, restaurants, breweries, wineries, distilleries, social clubs and private catered events is prohibited from Dec. 12–Jan. 4.
Outdoor dining, take-out food service and take-out alcohol sales are permitted and may continue.
Learn More: Pennsylvania Restaurant Promise, a set of voluntary commitments a restaurant is making to its employees and customers during the COVID-19 recover period.
With two locations in the city, Harris Grill is your friendly neighborhood restaurant for any occasion. Parents in town for the weekend? Harris Grill. Looking for a stiff drink? Harris Grill. Craving bacon? Harris Grill. (Make sure you go on a Tuesday for Bacon Night, though.)
Sometimes, the best way to spend a Sunday morning is treating yourself to a delicious pile of French toast. When that craving hits, The Speckled Egg (a new contender in the downtown area) is there for you. The upscale diner has menu items such as brown butter French toast, the goat omelette, and a full cocktail menu.
Currently serving takeout & delivery only.
Bae Bae's Kitchen is the place to go for quick, but delicious Korean-inspired food. Not only is the restaurant interior cheerful and inviting, but their ingredients are organic and locally-sourced.
New to downtown, but not new to Pittsburgh is the popular Gaucho Parrilla Argentina. The restaurant, which specializes in sandwiches and wood-fired meat, recently moved locations to accommodate their growing foodie fan base.
Look no further than Nicky's Thai Kitchen for the best Thai food in town. They have a lengthy menu to fit all tastes, and you can typically find dinner specials on their website. Plus, customers can choose between the bar or BYOB.
No "best restaurant" list is complete without informing the masses where to get superb tacos and tequila. In Downtown Pittsburgh, täkō is that place. With a variety of tacos on the menu and even a taco board, this restaurant is sure to satisfy that ever-returning craving.
The Standard provides a “something for everyone” establishment! Whether you're looking for a spot to work over coffee and a fresh breakfast, a unique lunch or a place to enjoy drinks and dinner with friends, you can get it all at The Standard.
For a tried-and-true Pittsburgh tradition, head to The Original Oyster House - the oldest bar and restaurant in the city. There you'll enjoy some tasty fried seafood and tavern drinks, right inside a historic landmark.
Sweet tooth? No problem. The Black-owned CobblerWorld has nostalgic confections to temporarily cure you of your ailment, with treats such as cobblers, cheesecakes, cookies, and pies that one can only dream about.
Come to Millie's Homemade Ice Cream for a deliciously fresh treat. With hand-crafted, in-season ingredients, it's some of the best ice cream you can get in Pittsburgh. Pick up a post-dinner cone and enjoy a stroll around Downtown Pittsburgh.
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