For a restaurant named after a confused piece of silverware, Spork confidently serves some of the most creative food in the city. Everything on the menu here is something you think you’ve seen before, but way better. Like the “Bread & Butter,” which arrives with four spreads including a gorgonzola butter we’d like to keep on our person at all times. They have a $65, seven-course tasting menu or you can order a la carte - either way it’s going to be an expensive night, but perfect if you’re celebrating something while you’re in town. If you want something more low-key and are here for longer than a weekend, their weekday Happy Hour (5-7pm at the bar) has excellent cocktail and pizza deals.
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Smallman Galley is home to four restaurants that change every 18 months, so head here with a group and bounce around.
Cafe At The Frick
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.
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
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Attached to the back of DiAnoia’s, Pizzeria Davide is a pizza window where you should share a pie at a table outside.
Madeleine Bakery and Bistro
Madeleine Bakery and Bistro is one of most charming places you’ll find - come for pastries, coffee, sandwiches, and salads.
Bitter Ends Luncheonette
If you only have one breakfast in Pittsburgh, it should be at Bitter Ends, a vegetable-focused restaurant with its own garden in Bloomfield.
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