Pittsburgh is one of the oldest cities in the country and offers a lot with that age. Not only has it given locals the Carnegie Museums of art, science, history, and Andy Warhol, but it’s also home to some of the best food in the country.
From classic bar fare to incredible Turkish food and oyster bars, you’ll never run out of new things to try while you’re in Pittsburgh! These are some of the main neighborhoods to check out and what they have to offer anyone who heads their way.
This is the most obvious place to seek out incredible food! Downtown Pittsburgh has tasty food ranging from expensive five-star restaurants to classic cheap pizza and taco restaurants. Every eatery downtown has been tested and adored by locals and gives everyone who visits the chance to try something new and delicious. If you want to go upscale, try Fairmont Pittsburgh’s high-end restaurant. Otherwise, you can’t go wrong with Pizza Parma!
If you’re ready to enjoy bar food and tasty, well-seasoned dishes that go great with alcohol, it’s time to make your way to Regent Square. With a high number of bars and taverns and awesome choices for anything from dive bars to Turkish delicacies, you’ll fall in love with this area. Of course, you don’t have to be a couple of beers in to enjoy the food here, but the fun college environment does make drinking here a lot more fun than it is anywhere else.
East Liberty is an area known for expensive Pittsburgh houses for sale and plenty of museums: but it should also be known for some of the best food in the city. Home to the Square Cafe, a staple in Pittsburgh fare, and the Muddy Waters Oyster bar, one of the best oyster bars in the country, you’ll fall in love with the city bite after bite. In Bakery Square, a small shopping center made out of a former cracker factory; you can enjoy tons of casual eateries that can’t be found anywhere else.