$15 for $30 Worth of Portuguese Cuisine at Marisqueira Mediterranean Bistro in Aspinwall

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$15 for $30 Worth of Portuguese Cuisine

Fish- and meat-centric Portuguese dishes include seafood soup ($7.95), pan-seared pork ribs ($17.95), and stuffed lobster ($26.95). See the full menu.

Marisqueira Mediterranean Bistro

When first opening Marisqueira, seasoned restaurateur Claudio Pereira wanted to model his newest culinary investment after his father’s south-side eatery, Mallorca, notes the Pittsburgh Business Times. In doing so, Claudio aspired to churn out high-quality, authentic Mediterranean meals just like his dad. Today, Pereira has achieved that goal, transforming fresh seafood and top cuts of veal and chicken into traditional Portuguese feasts, from lunchtime sandwiches made from perfectly spiced pork and steak, to elegant dinners of veal and stuffed lobster. White-clothed tables hoist fresh-cut flowers, and waiters careen through the romantically lit eatery donning bow ties, according to a glowing review by the Pittsburgh Tribune’s Laura Lenk, who notes that “the most striking features of the restaurant are certainly in the details.”

Marisqueira Mediterranean Bistro

When first opening Marisqueira, seasoned restaurateur Claudio Pereira wanted to model his newest culinary investment after his father’s south-side eatery, Mallorca, notes the Pittsburgh Business Times. In doing so, Claudio aspired to churn out high-quality, authentic Mediterranean meals just like his dad. Today, Pereira has achieved that goal, transforming fresh seafood and top cuts of veal and chicken into traditional Portuguese feasts, from lunchtime sandwiches made from perfectly spiced pork and steak, to elegant dinners of veal and stuffed lobster. White-clothed tables hoist fresh-cut flowers, and waiters careen through the romantically lit eatery donning bow ties, according to a glowing review by the Pittsburgh Tribune’s Laura Lenk, who notes that “the most striking features of the restaurant are certainly in the details.”

Reviews

What comes out of the kitchen...is diverse, engaging and consistently high quality. Its Portuguese menu is the real deal

Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth, Pittsburgh City Paper, 1/4/12

Part of the charm is an extensive list of specials, offering patrons chances to try many different kinds of fish and traditional Portuguese fare. Rea

Laura Lenk, Pittsburgh Tribune, 10/12/11
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    Aspinwall

    225 Commercial Ave.

    Aspinwall, Pennsylvania 15215

    412-696-1130

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In a Nutshell

Fresh ingredients pour into Portuguese & Mediterranean staples including broiled filet mignon, spicy garlic shrimp & monkfish stew

The Fine Print

Expires Sep 19th, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Reservation required. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Dine-in only. Valid only for dinner. Not valid on 5/13. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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