The Strip District, just east of downtown, is one of the most touristy areas in the city. And while it’s famous for international specialty markets - Stamoolis Brothers (Greek) and Sambok (Korean) being two great ones - it’s also home to a few of our favorite restaurants in the city, and Gaucho is one of them. The casual, counter-service restaurant serves big platters of wood-fired Argentinian meats and sandwiches. Although the menu is very carnivore-friendly, there are plenty of vegetable options too.
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The Allegheny Wine Mixer
The Allegheny Wine Mixer is one of the best places to drink wine in the whole city.
This two-story brewery/restaurant in the Strip District has games, a roof deck, amazing craft beer, and a long menu.
Smallman Galley is home to four restaurants that change every 18 months, so head here with a group and bounce around.
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Taiwanese Bistro Cafe 33
This small, busy restaurant in Squirrel Hill is where you should go to eat soup dumplings and buns.
Attached to the back of DiAnoia’s, Pizzeria Davide is a pizza window where you should share a pie at a table outside.
Duncan Street Sandwich Shop
When you want a sandwich solidly the size of a brick and with delicious combinations, head to Duncan St. Sandwich Shop in Millvale.
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