Food & Drink in Pittsburgh

$12 for $20 Worth of Frozen Yogurt or Smoothies at Love N Spoonfuls

Love N Spoonfuls


Self-serve frozen yogurt shop offering 15 flavors of froyo along with other frozen treats, including smoothies to satisfy all appetites

$10 $6

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One-, Three-, or Five-Day Juice Cleanse from Savasana Juice Company (Up to 42% Off)

Savasana Juice Company

Savasana Juice Company

Fresh-pressed juices blended from fruits, veggies, and herbs help rid the body of toxins and kick-start metabolisms

$48 $29

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Burgers and Healthy American Bistro Cooking at Gus's Cafe (Up to 53% Off). Three Options Available.

Gus's Cafe

Gus's Cafe

Burgers made with local, grass-fed, hormone-free beef; gluten-free waffles topped with Nutella; vegan-friendly vegetable skewers

$20 $10

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Oysters, Seafood, and Steaks for Lunch or Dinner at Wintzell's Oyster House (Up to 60% Off)

Wintzell's Oyster House

Pleasant Hills

The menu tempts patrons with fresh seafood, steaks, and signature oysters throughout the restaurant and cigar bar

$15 $6

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Coffee and Fresh Baked Goods at Anchor and Anvil Coffee Bar (Up to 60% Of). Two Options Available.

Anchor and Anvil Coffee Bar

Anchor & Anvil Coffee Bar

Cozy, earthy coffee shop brews espresso drinks and coffee to pair with fresh-baked scones, muffins, and macaroons

$10 $5

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Italian Food for Dine-In or Catering at Angelias Italian Grille (Up to 70% Off)

Angelias Italian Grille

Angelia's Pizza

Thick Sicilian-style pizzas, meatball calzones and subs, fettucine alfredo with shrimp, and other Italian favorites

$20 $7

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Pizza Meal, Two Hoagies, or Four Single-Scoop Waffle Cones at Park Pizza & Cream (Up to 50% Off)

Park Pizza & Cream

Park Pizza And Cream

Eatery dishes out ice-cream treats, hoagies, and pizza with toppings like buffalo chicken, broccoli, and steak

$23.75 $14

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$15 for Two Burgers, Fries, and Drinks at BnD'z ($28 Value)


Mt Lebanon

Burger toppings include macaroni and cheese; mushroom caps and swiss cheese; bacon, eggs, coleslaw, and french fries; and sport peppers

$28 $15

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Contemporary American Fusion Food for Dinner or Lunch at Luma Restaurant(up to50% Off). Three Options Available.

Luma Restaurant

Luma Restaurant

Executive Chef Jim Brown updates dishes with eclectic ingredients, such as lamb shank over whipped sweet potatoes & roasted heirloom carrots

$40 $25

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Admission for Two or Four to the PGH North Regional Chamber Food & Wine Classic on June 25 (Up to 52% Off)

Pittsburgh North Regional Chamber of Commerce


Food and wine event brings together vendors from across the region to showcase gourmet food, and variety of wines

$140 $67

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Greek Cuisine for Two or Four at Mediterrano (60% Off)


Mediterrano Pittsburgh

Classic Greek dishes such as grape leaves stuffed with rice and beef, gyros with tzatziki, and vegetarian moussaka

$30 $12

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$11 for $20 Worth of Chinese Food at Sichuan Gourmet

Sichuan Gourmet

Squirrel Hill South

Authentic Chinese specialties such as honey-walnut chicken with sesame seeds, tea-smoked duck, and ginger shrimp with snow peas

$20 $11

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Select Local Merchants

  • Omni William Penn Hotel
    Since opening in 1916, the Terrace Room at the Omni William Penn Hotel has maintained its luster, and still stands as one of the city's great culinary institutions. The Pittsburgh City Paper reflected on this reputation a few years back, calling the establishment "one of the last local bastions of old-school restaurateur-ship." And that goes far beyond its complimentary valet service. Part of the destination's timelessness can be attributed to the largely original art-deco architecture: coffered ceilings, mirrored columns, and towering archways that frame crimson booths. But the classic menu also plays a large role, centering on steaks and cuts that range from an 8-ounce filet to an entire rack of lamb. Though most of the other dishes are European in style (think housemade agnolotti), the City Paper praised the gumbo for standing out with "a complex spiciness that compounded with every spoonful." The Terrace Room also offers wine service with a list that's arranged from lighter, sweeter varietals to drier, stronger ones, much like the contestants on a dating show meant for highly organized people.
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    530 William Penn Place
    Pittsburgh, PA US
  • Sausalido
    Under the leadership of owner Nicholas Mineo and executive chef Michael Simpson, the experienced culinary team at Sausalido concocts an ever-changing array of New American? and European-style dishes from a wealth of local produce. Though Chef Simpson's menu changes seasonally, he always pairs seafood, pasta, and meat entrees with salad, locally baked rustic bread, and a white bean and fresh rosemary dipping sauce whipped up in-house. Sausalido?s main dining room evokes the aesthetics of the Napa Valley with soothing jazz music and acrobatic sommeliers dangling from grapevines, while still incorporating work from Pittsburgh artists to remind the walls where they come from. The expanse hosts up to 40 diners who can BYOB, while upstairs, a private party room fits up to 30 guests. Along with hosting in-house celebrations, Sausalido feeds guests at offsite soirees with catered cuisine from its 12-page catering menu.
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    4621 Liberty Ave
    Pittsburgh, PA US
  • Tavern 245
    Those who bite into Jay Lewis's blackened tuna or braised beef might be surprised to learn that he hasn’t had formal culinary training. Though his familiarity with modern ingredients and innovative use of Latin, North American, and European flavors suggest years of training in top international cooking schools, his expertise is sourced from 12 years of experimentation in the kitchen. He and his staff whip up gourmet sandwiches and small plates with local produce, crafting a menu of upscale pub eats that has been lauded by reporters of Trib Total Media. The clink of cocktails echoes throughout the tavern's two stories. On the downstairs level, bartenders dole out specialty cocktails and fine wines before the sunlit lounge and bar. Lights speckle the ceiling of the main dining room upstairs, illuminating wooden tabletops, and gleaming off the green-tinted floor to expose parents trying to hide their broccoli under their children’s napkins.
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    245 4th Street
    Pittsburgh, PA US
  • Georgetowne Inn
    Near the peak of Mount Washington sits a small and unassuming Tudor building. Aged wooden crossbeams hug its stucco walls, lending it the appearance of a solitary cottage that would not look out of place in the Pennsylvanian countryside. The Georgetowne Inn, however, is not as rural as its exterior might suggest. Its windows look out on a view of the Pittsburgh skyline—that twinkling mass of buildings that rises from the intersection of the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers. This dramatic view of downtown Pittsburgh meets its culinary match in specialties such as broiled mushroom caps stuffed with lumps of crab and tender filet mignon topped with slow-melting maître d'hôtel butter. These tender entrees lead into desserts of pecan ball and peach melba—the latter of which was named for opera singer Nellie Melba, whose high-pitched soprano could famously split open the stone seed of a peach.
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    1230 Grandview Ave.
    Pittsburgh, PA US
  • The Pittsburgh Bagel Factory
    The proudly independent family crew that runs The Pittsburgh Bagel Factory brings the same commitment to tasty food and early-rising work ethics that made their bagels a local staple to their new Craig St. location. After baking their bagels, which include everything from savory onion to multigrain wildberry, the kitchen staff puts them to work, schmearing them with cream cheese concoctions or sandwiching them with deli meats including oven-roasted turkey and kosher salami. Custom blends of eggs, morning meats, and cheese gussy up handheld comestibles, while burgers flip from sizzling grills to challah buns dressed with toppings ranging from grilled onions and mushrooms to fried eggs and peach barbecue sauce. Staff also pull shots of espresso to add to steaming mugs that vanquish sleepiness from faces.
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    420 South Craig Street
    Pittsburgh, PA US
  • Tea Pittsburgh Margaret's Fine Imports
    In her bio, Margaret Harris jokes that she "may have had her first 'cup of tea' when she was only one day old." That's because Harris was raised in Poland, where tea, she writes, "is the primary household beverage." Today, she applies her training at the Warsaw Medical College to discuss the health benefits of her brews with customers at her tea-and-coffee shop, Margaret's Fine Imports. In addition to stocking more than 200 types of loose-leaf tea, from Chinese green tea to British teas such as Taylor's Yorkshire Gold tea and PG Tips, Harris completes proper tea times with German and Polish sweets, Asian-style tea sets, and napkins autographed by the Mad Hatter.
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    5872 Forbes Ave.
    Pittsburgh, PA US