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Pizza Taglio


126 South Highland Avenue, Pittsburgh
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Pittsburgh doesn’t have much of a BYO scene, which makes Pizza Taglio a good place to know about. But even if they had a full wine list, we’d still love this East Liberty spot for their Roman-style pizzas, baked in seconds in their wood-fired oven. Our favorite pies include the Greenpointer with hot honey, and the Pig Face with guanciale, pecorino, and an egg yolk on top. Make it a pizza one-two punch by grabbing one pie here, and then visiting Dinette just across the street.

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