This past weekend, I had the honor of attending a brunch that was hosted by The Women’s Collective (thank you @elisabethleachstyling and @ajaybee3) During the brunch, Elyse of @burghnosh kindly shared a list of her favorite dining spots in the city as well as a few new restaurants that will be debuting soon. I’m pleased to share that list with all of you. Thank you, Elyse!
Located in Lawrenceville, Poulet Bleu Is A French inspired, American Bistro that was voted “Best New Restaurant of 2018” by Pittsburgh Magazine. I hear the french onion soup is to die for, and they have one of the most well prepared steaks in the city.
Dish Osteria and Bar is temporarily closed, but is scheduled to reopen this summer. It is definitely a place that you want to visit as soon as possible. Dish is a quaint restaurant located on 17th Street in the South Side, and they specialize in Sicilian fare.
Gab & Eat is a cozy diner-esque restaurant located in Carnegie. They serve homemade food, and you can order breakfast all day! You may find a line upon arrival, but it is certainly worth the wait.
Redfin Blues is Pittsburgh’s only waterfront restaurant. Be sure to check out the extensive menu that includes all you can eat Alaskan crab leg clusters, or just go to enjoy a few drinks while enjoying an amazing view of the water.
Newer to the restaurant scene, you will find Nanban on Butler Street in Lawrenceville. Nanban is described on their site as an Asian Soul Food Restaurant with the intention of familiarizing the decadent and comforting flavors of our favorite Asian dishes across the board. I certainly can’t wait to visit!
La Bodega’s website says it best, “We at La Bodega pride ourselves in offering authentic, always fresh Mexican-American cuisine with a fast-casual vibe. Stop in and enjoy some of our delicious eats, or get some on the go (we cater)! Elyse of @burghnosh recommends the chorizo tacos. La Bodega can be found on Carson Street in the South Side.
Adda Coffee & Tea House can be found in three locations throughout Pittsburgh: Garfield, Shadyside, and the Northside. What’s cool about Adda is that they offer a High Tea which is fun for all ages. Go for High Tea and enjoy an exclusive Blue Jasmine Latte.
Elyse completed her discussion of the best restaurants in our amazing city by naming a few restaurants that will soon be joining the scene in Pittsburgh: