Pittsburgh Restaurants

There are many good restaurants around the area of the Wyndham Grand hotel.

 

Here are a few suggestions that are within walking distance of the hotel: 

 

Eddie Merlot's
Corner of Liberty Avenue and Stanwix Street 
444 Liberty Avenue, Suite 100
(412) 235-7676Click
here for dinner menu.  
 
Prime aged beef and seafood.
 
Nine on Nine

http://www.nineonninepgh.com/

900 Penn Avenue
(412) 338-6483
 
French-inspired American cuisine.  Signature dishes include thyme-roasted free-range Amish chicken with asparagus flan; Pittsburgh surf & turf; grilled filet and lobster pierogies.  An adjacent bar called Bar Nine serves specially made drinks and small bites from the main menu in a comfortable lounge setting. 
 
Six Penn Kitchen 
146 Sixth Street
(412) 566-7366
 
American bistro, regional American classics, French cuisine, seasonal ingredients.  Menu changes monthly. 
  
Seviche
930 Penn Avenue
(412) 697-3120
 
Raw with a twist.  Featuring mojitos, salsa music and the creative foods of Latin America.

 

Here are a few suggestions just a short cab ride from the hotel: 

  
Lidia’s Pittsburgh
1400 Smallman Street
Strip District
 (412) 552-0150
 
Eleven
1150 Smallman Street
Strip District
(412) 201-5656
 
American menu with emphasis on seasonality, house-made products, powerful flavors and elegant presentations.  Roasted squash ravioloi, smoked lamb tacos, sea scallops, beet salad, wild stiped bass, seminola gnoccci, pear pain perdu, molten chocolate cake.  Extensive wine list. 
 
Cioppino
2350 Railroad Street
Strip District
(412) 281-6593
 
Menu features Tuscan-inspired seafood, steaks, chops and pasta dishes. Nonsmoking dining room, bar, cigar bar. 

 

Jerome Bettis Grille 36
393 North Shore Drive
North Shore
(412) 242-6287 
 
Signature steaks. 36 different types of beers.  Football shaped bar, 56” flat screen TV’s and a 150-seat patio overlooking the city.
   
Monterey Bay Fish Grotto
1411 Grandview Avenue
Mt. Washington
(412) 481-4414
 
Serving crab cakes, fresh car-grilled, sautéed, simple or sauced fish, steaks and chicken.  Beautiful view of the Pittsburgh skyline from Mt. Washington. 
 
OR visit the Downtown Pittsburgh Partnership website for more places to dine: http://www.downtownpittsburgh.com/play/dining
 

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