Welcome to MetroGuide.Network's Pittsburgh DiningGuide,
a directory of restaurants and related restaurant information for Metropolitan Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Use MetroGuide's DiningGuide service to find Pittsburgh restaurants by location or cuisine.
From pierogi and polenta to paella and pat�, Pittsburgh packs a dining scene with plenty of punch, from flavors of Old World cooking to novelties of nouvelle cuisine. Unlike some cities where quality dining costs a bundle, many Pittsburgh better restaurants -- especially downtown -- are surprisingly affordable, and attitudes are quite friendly to match.�The Strip District, between Liberty Avenue and Smallman Street and 16th and 22nd streets, teems with nightclubs, bars, and eateries. Among them, and open 24/7, is Primanti Brothers, a 60-year-old institution famed for chopped meat sandwiches on thick slabs of Italian bread, messily stuffed with fries, coleslaw, cheese, and sliced tomato. Also on the strip, the Boardwalk Entertainment Complex is a favorite among patrons seeking water-side dining.
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Pittsburgh Dining By Location
To perform a quick search for restaurants in the Metropolitan Pittsburgh
area, please select one of the locations below
(restaurant listings will be grouped by cuisine / category):
Restaurants located in the Central Pittsburgh area near the Lawrence Convention Center and Three Rivers Stadium, not including the University area
Restaurants to the north of the downtown area, and in communities north of Pittsburgh, including Sharpsville, Bellevue, Allison Park and the Moon Township area around the Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) located 15 miles west of downtown
Dining options to the east of the downtown area, and in communities east of Pittsburgh, including Monroeville, Swissrale, Rankin and Penn Hills
Dining options downtown around the University of Pittsburgh
Dining options in communities surrounding the Greater Pittsburgh area, including Carnegie, Uniontown and others
Restaurants in the historical area northeast of downtown, between the Allegheny River and Grant's Hill, which includes the Produce District with its ethnic food stores and coffee shops
Pittsburgh Dining By Cuisine
Or, select a cuisine / category from the list presented below (restaurant listings will be grouped by location).
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