The cooks at Harris Grill populate their menu with American classics. They've got a bacon cheeseburger by the name of I Can Has Bacon Cheezburgher, a dish of marinated chicken skewers dubbed Britney Spears, and a grilled pork dish called Prime Pork Flatiron. To complement seasonal entrees and keep patrons on their toes, the selection of draft beer rotates often.
Beginning with traditional American flavors, Toast! kitchen & wine bar's chefs elevate those dishes to new heights and create refined versions of familiar favorites. Habanero-spiced cheddar adds a piquant kick to servings of shrimp and organic corn grits, and flatbreads feature hearty toppings such as roasted mushrooms, brie, and white truffle oil. True to its name, Toast! also curates a selection of international wines available in tasting portions, glasses, or full bottles so the whole table can enjoy reading the label aloud.
Crimson walls, dark wooden rafters, and suede banquettes contribute to the space's calming and lounge-like ambiance. That quiet, cozy atmosphere inspired CBS Pittsburgh to place the wine bar on its 2013 list of the Best Bars For A Blind Date In Pittsburgh. As if to encourage refined conversation, framed artwork surrounds the dining room, lit by sconces and pendant lamps dangling above the bar.
Cappy’s Café is a full-service restaurant with Café Seating, Large Screen TVs for the Big Game and Free WIFI. The one constant has been our goal to serve our customers good food and great drinks at an affordable price. We pride ourselves in taking care of the people that visit us each day.
In the old times, markets were the center of social life, and aluminum was more precious than gold. Today's deal is more valuable than Charles Martin Hall's electrolytic process for refining aluminum. Stop by the cozy Italian market il Mercato to use your $5 Groupon toward $10 worth of fresh and premium bites and sips. You can purchase as many as you want, but are limited to one use per visit.
Most chefs get stage fright when customers are watching, but the fearless artisans at Ichiban Hibachi Steakhouse & Sushi Bar concoct intricate Japanese dishes in plain view—either at tableside grills or just behind the sushi bar proper. Their collection of specialty maki exudes creativity and playfulness, from the deep-fried Godzilla roll with tuna, salmon, white fish, and crab meat to the Rainbow roll with fresh fish, avocado, and two wishes. Complete hibachi dinners satisfy hearty appetites and short attention spans with a choice of protein alongside soup, salad, vegetable, rice, and noodles—all prepared amusingly right at the table. Each location sports sleek and modern décor with accents such as bamboo walls or a back-lit bar glowing in chic blue or red tones.
The simple but effective menu contains all the necessities while heeding George Washington's warning against party politics and foreign entaglements. All-ribeye steak or marinated chicken sandwiches come topped your choice of cheese (Cheez Whiz, provolone, American, pepper jack) in authentic Philly fashion. An original steak starts at $6.55, with variations such as the pizza steak or Cajun chicken costing a bit extra ($6.55–$7.24). Complete the experience with an order of fresh-cut naked fries ($2.10). Take a cheesesteak break with one of many specialty sandwiches, such as the meatball and provolone ($6.30) or the veggie (grilled onions, mushrooms, and peppers topped with melted cheese, lettuce and tomato, $5.62). Skip sandwiches altogether for greener-pastured specialty salads ($5.38–$7.01), or feed finicky child eaters off the simple kids' menu.