Madeline Quigley is a food/travel writer from Pittsburgh, which she thinks is the best city on earth.
A Pittsburgh institution for over 25 years, Tessaro’s in Bloomfield is where you go to drink beer, watch the Steelers and Pens, and eat a cheeseburger
Written byMadeline Quigley
You’ll need a reservation, cash, and a group up for anything to eat at Josza Corner, a family-style Hungarian restaurant in Hazelwood.
A Pittsburgh classic, Dinette has been around since 2008 serving some of the best pizza in the city.
When you want to impress someone, there’s nowhere better than Fl.2 with its upscale-American food and sleek space downtown.
When you want lunch to be very fancy, come to the Cafe at the Frick for soups and sandwiches, or come for afternoon tea on the weekends.
Apteka balances new and old Pittsburgh by serving classic, rich Polish dishes that are completely plant-based.
If you’re eating sushi while you’re in Pittsburgh, make sure it’s at Chaya in Squirrel Hill.