Restaurants in Pittsburgh

Italian Dinner for Two or Four at Piatto Ristorante Italiano (50% Off)

Piatto Ristorante Italiano

Pittsburgh

Classic Italian cuisine is crafted from scratch for authentic flavor, served within the cozy confines of an intimate 23-seat dining room

$30 $15

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Italian Cuisine for Two or Four at The Village Tavern and Trattoria (Up to 45% Off). Two Options Available.

The Village Tavern and Trattoria

West End

Fresh breezes swirl around the patio that's open year-round; eatery is located less than half a mile from Heinz Field

$20 $11

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Casual Food and Drinks at Caliente Pizza and Bar (Up to 52% Off). Two Options Available.

Caliente Pizza & Draft House

Bloomfield

Feasts of wings, pizzas, and hoagies unfold beneath flat-screen TVs, pairing with beer, cocktails, and happy-hour specials at full bar

$25 $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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$28 for a Three-Course Italian Dinner for Two at Storms Restaurant (Up to $61.80 Value)

Storms Restaurant

Pittsburgh

Breaded eggplant topped with mozzarella cheese and slathered in marinara sauce or penne diavlo

$61.80 $28

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$10 for $20 Worth of Arcade Gaming at Latitude 40

Latitude 40

Robinson

Play big-screen video games and 70+ other arcade and redemption games in an all-ages game room

$20 $10

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$19 for $30 Worth of Chinese Cuisine and Sushi at Taipei

Taipei

Fox Chapel

Chinese and sushi specialties including maki rolls and kung pao chicken

$30 $19

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$15 for $30 Worth of Sushi, Hibachi, and Chinese Cuisine at Katana

Katana

Dormont

Hibachi chefs grill seafood tableside as sushi chefs roll 15+ kinds of specialty maki

$30 $15

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$12.99 for $20 Worth of Pierogi at Cop Out Pierogies

COP OUT Pierogies

Pittsburgh

In addition to traditional pierogi, owner and chef fills pierogi with inventive ingredients, including buffalo chicken and lump crab meat

$20 $12.99

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Three 6" Sandwiches or a Tailgate Party for Up to 20 at Tootie's Famous Italian Beef (Up to 50% Off)

Tootie's Famous Italian Beef

Southside Flats

Sandwich shop sells what’s been deemed the city’s best roast beef by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

$9.95 $5

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$15 for Three Groupons, each Good for $10 Worth of Breakfast Items from Gabriella's Gourmet On The Go ($30 Value)

Gabriella's Gourmet On The Go

South Side

Chefs use fresh ingredients to craft gourmet meals to take on the go

$10 $5

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$14 for Two Elegant Appetizers at The Carlton Restaurant ($26.98 Value)

The Carlton Restaurant

Pittsburgh

A range of artful appetizers includes jump lumb crabcake, braised short rib, and roast vegetable-stuffed portabello mushrooms

$26.98 $14

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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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$18 for Three Groupons, Each Valid for $10 Worth of Treats at Oh Yeah! Ice Cream & Coffee ($30 Value)

Oh Yeah! Ice Cream & Coffee

Shadyside

Quirky boutique mixes ice cream with ingredients such as candy and habanero peppers, and pours organic, free-trade coffee

$10 $6

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$9 for $18 Worth of Bagels, Schmears, and Sandwiches at The Pittsburgh Bagel Factory

The Pittsburgh Bagel Factory

Multiple Locations

Fresh bagels come coated in choice of schmear; lunch fare includes sandwiches and salads

$18 $9

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Indian Dinner Fare for Two or Four at Prince of India Restaurant (Up to 50% Off)

Prince of India Restaurant

West Oakland

Tandoor-baked breads accompany curries & thick masala dishes loaded with lamb, shrimp & sweet accents of ginger, raisins & mango

$30 $16

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Seafood and Steak for Dinner, Lunch, or Lunch Take-Out at Wintzell's Oyster House (Up to 50% Off)

Wintzell's Oyster House

Pleasant Hills

The menu tempts patrons with its fresh seafood, USDA-certified steaks, and signature oysters

$30 $15

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Sushi and Asian Dinner Cuisine for Dine-In or Takeout at Sake Asian Cuisine & Sushi Bar (Up to 44% Off)

SAKE Asian Cuisine & Sushi Bar

Southside Flats

In a modern space, customers feast on Asian cuisine and sushi, including the Baked Alaska roll with crab, avocado, and baked spicy salmon

$25 $14

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Teatime Event for Two or Four at Flowers in the Attic (Up to 52% Off) 

Flowers in the Attic

Penn Hills

Custom tea event includes finger sandwiches, delicate pastries, and hot and cold beverages

$45.98 $23

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Savoy's executive chef, Kevin Watson, a 2013 Pittsburgh magazine?s "Best Restaurants Party" winner and Savor Pittsburgh multiple-award winner, draws from 25 years of culinary experience to put a modern spin on American dishes, from barbecue ribs and burgers to seafood. Chef Watson?s eclectic m?lange of upscale entrees and comfort fare has been featured on Pittsburgh Today, in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and in the recurring dreams of the restaurant?s regulars.

Meanwhile, the space's ritzy d?cor has enticed celebrities that include Boris Kodjoe, Joe Manganiello, Tyson Beckford, Cedric the Entertainer, and Mya. The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review marveled: "Pittsburgh designer Luca Paganico transformed an old, three-story building?in the Strip District into a posh, swanky, 74-seat establishment with imported Italian leather couches and chairs, fiber-optic bar tops, walls with lighting that changes color as customers dine, and different music playing in each room and hallway."

2623 Penn Avenue
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

Tamari takes its name from the Argentinean Huarpe people’s word meaning “to do everything with passion,” and the staff heeds it as a call to action. Executive Chef Roger Li expresses this joie de vivre through a bold menu of Latin, Asian, and European cuisine, uniting cultures through food like a model of the 1933 World's Fair made from fondant. Lobster-tempura maki tempts mouths alongside shrimp tacos garnished with yuzu-margarita foam and scottish salmon paired with chimichurri and ginger polenta. While dining, guests take part in a rich, interactive experience, sipping exotic açai mimosas and watching chefs prepare shareable tapas or custom-made menus in an open-pit kitchen. Altogether, the combination of unexpected flavor from the kitchen and unhindered elegance from the dining room has earned Tamari a great deal of respect. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, for instance, named it on its Best Dining: Top Dishes list, and CBS Pittsburgh ranked it at the top of its list of Best Outdoor Dining options.

3519 Butler St
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

Hailed by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Dasonii Korean Bistro “brings the Robinson area an authentic taste of Korean cooking” that includes “perhaps the best [mandu dumplings] in Pittsburgh.” With a name that translates into "the person you love" in Korean, the restaurant's staff are "warm and enthusiastic” toward all guests. With upward of 20 years of culinary experience under his belt, Dasonii’s head chef designs dishes forged from healthy, energy-filled ingredients that range from fresh fish to hot pots brimming with fresh vegetables. The open kitchen grants diners a glimpse into the chef’s meticulously maintained workspace and gives cooks an audience for their mid-shift impressions of famous cartoon chefs. Once the finishing touches have been made on each dish, servers ferry bowls and plates into the sleek contemporary dining room, which is furnished with comfortable booths and shining wood floors. Dasonii’s dedication to the community goes beyond the creation of wholesome foods, as the restaurant donates some of its profits to the Learning and Mentoring Partnership.

6520 Steubenville Pike
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

At Bossa Nova, it’s okay to begin a meal with cupcakes. In the baked chicken cupcakes—one of many tapas plates on the menu—mashed potatoes are substituted for frosting, and there’s a garnish of sautéed zucchini. Such innovative recipes are mixed in with a number of classic ones; you can also try fried calamari, spicy tuna tartar wrapped in cucumber, and a bacon, brie, and potato sandwich. These dishes are centered on a communal dining experience, which encourages you to try whatever tapas plate your friend is eating without first pretending to have somehow misplaced your own. In addition to tapas, the kitchen serves up larger entrees such as Spanish chorizo and beef filet.

The restaurant's space is just as eclectic as the cuisine, with a circular bar covered in mosaic tiles acting as the centerpiece. Stop here to order wine and cocktails, and on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, guests head to the dance floor during DJ sets. Chandeliers and vibrant artwork surround the tables spread throughout the dining room, and there are nooks embedded into the walls if you want a more intimate setting.

123 7th St
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

Museums typically showcase art in carefully curated rooms. At Mattress Factory, however, the room itself is the art. Since 1977, the museum's two buildings have housed a permanent collection of contemporary installation art—room-sized works that engulf the entire space. In Yayoi Kusama's Infinity Dots Mirrored Room, mirrored ceilings and walls infinitely reflect a trio of fluorescent dots painted on a white formica floor. In Greer Lankton's It's all about ME, Not You, astroturf lines a floor covered in artful arrangements of grotesque dolls that form shrines to artists such as Patti Smith and Candy Darling.

To further immerse guests, Mattress Factory's exhibitions are paired with educational programs that range from lectures to hands-on art projects. Along with stimulating the public, the museum stimulates the growth of artists through its residency program, which invites participants to create installations while living near the museum, a much more practical alternative to hiding a secret cot in the coatroom.

500 Sampsonia Way
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

When the family behind Super-Stuff Super-Licious restaurant fired up their three sidewalk grills in 1985, they began a local BBQ legacy that was strong enough to attract people from forty miles out. Unfortunately, the booming success couldn’t stop an encroaching schism that would soon split up the relatives and choke the growing business. It took nearly 20 years of slow-cooked reconciliation and, according to the restaurant’s website, a spiritual awakening to bring the family and the business back together in 2005. Today, Robbie's Super-Stuff Super-Licious BBQ Restaurant continues the tradition they started more than 35 years ago.

The barbecue mavens stock their kitchen with fresh, local ingredients and meats. They season each of their ribs, chickens, and steaks—sousing some slabs with more than a dozen herbs and spices—before sizzling them atop an open-pit grill. They then slather these flavorful cuts in one of three sauces: hot-, mild-, or mustard-barbecue sauce. They also prepare homestyle sides, such as collard greens and signature cornbread, to accessorize meat-centric entrees or cocktail dresses.

1000 Ardmore Blvd
Pittsburgh,
PA
US