Restaurants in Pittsburgh


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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$10 for $20 Worth of Family-Style Italian Cuisine at Buca di Beppo

Buca di Beppo

Buca di Beppo

Family-sized dishes from Italy combine into a uniquely American cuisine including Cheesy Bread Florentine, Veal Parmigiana, and Baked Ziti

$20 $10

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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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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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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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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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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.
5872 Forbes Ave.
Pittsburgh,
PA
US
Executive Chef Jim Brown whimsically incorporates new ingredients into traditional recipes, creating innovative flavor combinations that manage to make familiar dishes feel surprising. Crab-stuffed salmon explodes with flavor, while Korean flank steak and stacked chicken round out the menu. To accompany the eclectically inspired menu, Luma features an extensive list of internationally sourced wines that highlights the food-friendly vinos of California.
186 Castle Shannon Boulevard
Pittsburgh,
PA
US
Monte Cello’s chefs carefully ladle sauces made from locally sourced ingredients onto a host of fresh Italian dishes. Square-shaped, double-baked Sicilian pizzas offer ample room for games of tic-tac-toe played with 18 topping choices, and ricotta-stuffed pasta hides under a layer of delectable sauce and cheese.
880 Butler St
Pittsburgh,
PA
US
At only three years old, Stoke's Grill has built a devoted following on a foundation of friendly service and a menu that blends classic with creative. Like the batter-dipped stoplights of Venice, Stoke's fries come in a palatable palette of colors such as red fries covered in chili, cheese, and sour cream ($6.75), green fries with pesto, artichokes, and brie ($6.85), and yellow fries ($5.95) with cheese, bacon, and ranch. Soups ($3.45/cup, $4.25/bowl, $10.25/quart) are homemade daily, and Angus burgers ($7.45–$7.95) are cooked fresh to order. Pay homage to simian amputees with the Monkey's Fist pretzel sandwich, featuring ham, bacon, provolone, lettuce, tomato, and homemade ranch ($7.65). Mollify bovine dinner companions with the Saveacow specialty sandwich, a chicken, pesto, bacon, tomato, and swiss cheese concoction on a kaiser bun ($7.45), or opt for the classic fish sandwich, which presents fish breaded and paired with cocktail or tartar sauce ($8.95), just as it's found in nature.
4771 McKnight Rd
Pittsburgh,
PA
US
Bruegger's bagels are created using fresh, wholesome ingredients and then kettle-boiled in the New York tradition, resulting in chewy centers with crisp outer crusts. Awaken your taste buds with a savory combination such as the rosemary olive oil bagel smothered with onion and chive cream cheese ($2.39). Or, prove yourself to be a sweetie by adopting a family of 13 bagels and washing them up and behind the ears in the two tubs of garden-veggie cream cheese in the Big Bagel Bundle ($13.99). Bruegger's deli menu is flanked by an array of breakfast sandwiches and lunch fare. Bury thoughts of the snarky snooze button with the breakfast bagel bearing an egg, melted cheese, and a choice of bacon, sausage, or ham ($3.99), or wrap your mitts around the Leonardo da Veggie lunchtime sandwich and bite into tomatoes, roasted red peppers, red onions, and muenster cheese on an asiago Softwich ($5.49).
25 Market Sq
Pittsburgh,
PA
US
Willow's atmosphere walks the line between sophistication and accessibility, and chef/owner Michael Rudman's lunch and dinner menus follow suit by politely one-upping their diners' every expectation via innovative dishes and dashing drinks. The restaurant's signature dish, lump crab cakes, comes blissfully broiled and drizzled with a tangy red onion caper sauce and lemon-pepper asparagus ($27 as a dinner entree). Other favorites include the sautéed Alaskan halibut served on braised fennel with tomatoes that have been slow-cooked overnight and a cabernet wine sauce ($24). There are also a few vegetarian dishes offered, such as the Japanese pumpkin ravioli topped with sage, cabbage, pine nuts, and shaved parmesan ($15). If you're dining with the family, there is a special kids' menu. If not, there is a special adult martini menu (featuring a more complicated crayon maze) and adult wine menu to artfully accompany plates and lubricate parched conversations.
634 Camp Horne Rd
Pittsburgh,
PA
US