Food & Drink in Pittsburgh


$50 for $100 Worth of Catered Barbecue and Vegan Food from Double Wide Grill

Double Wide Grill

Multiple Locations

Carolina pulled pork, St. Louis–style ribs, veggie burgers, and seitan wings catered from a vintage auto-repair-shop-turned-restaurant

$100 $50

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European Cuisine for Dinner or Lunch at Penn Brewery (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

Penn Brewery

Penn Brewery

Chefs draw upon area’s heritage as they serve up hearty Euro food complemented by brewed-on-site German & American beers

$25 $15

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$11 for $25 Worth of Canned Food and More — Northside Common Ministries

Northside Common Ministries

Pittsburgh

From the merchant: Enjoy a delicious brunch and delightful entertainment while you help the local food pantry feed our hungry neighbors.

$25 $11

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Fresh Innovative Breakfast and Lunch at Square Café (Up to 50% Off). Four Options Available.

Square Café

Regent Square

Breakfast, brunch & lunch dishes include breakfast burritos with local salsa, omelets & crepes; vegan, vegetarian & meat options available

$25 $13

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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

Pittsburgh

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

$23.75 $14

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Oysters, Seafood, and Steaks for Lunch or Dinner at Wintzell's Oyster House (Up to 47% 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 $8

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

Love N Spoonfuls

Plum

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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Frozen Yogurt or Birthday Party Package at Sincerely Yogurt - Pittsburgh (60% Off)

Sincerely Yogurt

Robinson/North Fayette

Frozen yogurt flavors include vanilla, pumpkin, very strawberry and other varieties; fresh seasonal fruit and candy crown sweet swirls

$5 $2

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Coffee and Fresh Baked Goods at Anchor and Anvil Coffee Bar (Up to 50% Of). Two Options Available.

Anchor and Anvil Coffee Bar

Avalon - Bellevue - Ben Avon

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

$10 $6

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Italian Food for Dine-In or Catering at Angelias Italian Grille (Up to 50% Off)

Angelias Italian Grille

McKees Rocks

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

$20 $11

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$15 for $30 Worth of Indian Cuisine at Zaiaka

Zaiaka

Plum

1,000-year-old recipes for Indian delicacies such as vegetable biryani and rogan josh, a lamb dish cooked in a gravy of aromatic spices

$30 $15

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

BnD'z

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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Greek Cuisine for Two or Four at Mediterrano (50% Off)

Mediterrano

Mediterrano

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

$30 $15

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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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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.
530 William Penn Place
Pittsburgh,
PA
US
When guests walk into the bright blue confines of Square Caf?, they find owner Sherree Goldstein and her friendly crew serving up smiles and steaming cups of custom-blended Kiva Han coffee. Preparing eclectic breakfast and lunch dishes, chefs crack shells for three-egg omelets, green eggs and ham with homemade pesto, and form their own housemade veggie burgers. Attentive servers endlessly refill freshly brewed ice tea and help health-savvy diners find the best menu options. Inside, colorful local artwork fuels discussions about which colors deserve to be primary, and on the sidewalk patio, diners can scan the street for signs of Square Caf?'s vegetable-oil-powered Mercedes. Gayot proclaimed Square Caf? a "vibrant eatery," describing the "generously portioned, cooked-to-order breakfast and lunch items on huge square plates." In addition to the well-crafted eats, the staff's energy and enthusiasm keep the caf?'s sizeable crowd of regulars coming back?the manager, Kevin, even sports a Square Caf? tattoo as evidence.
1137 S Braddock Ave
Pittsburgh,
PA
US
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.
4621 Liberty Ave
Pittsburgh,
PA
US
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.
245 4th Street
Pittsburgh,
PA
US
The owners of Frankie's Squirrel Hill believe in variety. That’s why customers get the ultimate in choice everywhere in the restaurant, from the diverse local and national musical acts that visit to more than 150 beers that span microbrews, imports, and craft suds. To go along with the brew selection, the menu boasts pizza, hoagies, hefty burgers, and entrees such as chicken marsala and dry-rubbed baby-back ribs. But just like an airplane, Frankie's Squirrel Hill might be best appreciated for its wings, which come tossed in one of roughly 25 house sauces such as chinese hot, garlic butter, and honey habanero. Customers exercise decision-making skills for a final time after dinner, when they can choose to watch programming on 1 of 11 TVs or play at pool tables and dartboards.
5832 Forward Ave
Pittsburgh,
PA
US
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.
420 S Craig St
Pittsburgh,
PA
US