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Casbah Exploring and expanding upon the cuisines of the Mediterranean region. Casbah is one of Pittsburgh's premier dining destinations. The menu changes daily, offering imaginative new tastes and textures using the season's finest ingredients. Menu selections include a variety of meat, seafood, vegetarian entrees, and house-made desserts. The richly appointed lounge boasts a wine list of recognized by Wine Spectator with an Award of Excellence, showcasing over 40 wines by the glass and a creative array of wine flights. Casbah promises an exciting, sophisticated gourmet dining experience in an intimate, comfortable atmosphere. On the first floor, the year-round heated patio and Southern European-inspired dining room offer elegant seating in an open, warm space. For more seductive and intimate dining, the renovated lower level, with a glass-enclosed wine room, stone-covered walls and innovative lighting provides the coziest of retreats. *Happy Hour at Casbah is Monday- Friday 5-7 PM -$6 Cocktails (excludes super premiums) -$6 Wines by the glass (choose from a select list of reds and whites) -$1 off all beers (by the bottle) Questions, comments or concerns? Write on our Wall and tell us what's on your mind. We do ask you to respect the community. All commentary will be reviewed and any items posted that are disruptive, offensive or use profanity will be removed. -79.9249574 40.4581522 http://pittsburgh.city/restaurants/12516187
Sienna Mercato SIENNA MERCATO is a 3-story restaurant "marketplace", located at 942 Penn Avenue in Pittsburgh’s historic Cultural District. Each floors boasts a unique, yet complementary dining destination; Emporio: A Meatball Joint, Mezzo, and Il Tetto: Rooftop Beer Garden. Executive Chef Matthew Porco, oversees the culinary direction and menu of each floor to provide quality, upscale-casual dining at affordable prices. Emporio: A Meatball Joint A high-energy, bar oriented, casual Italian eatery is located on the first floor. Brick, steel, and distressed wood stand out upon entering the restaurant. The menu primarily focuses on meatballs presented in many forms with a variety of sauces. Guests can custom order a number of sandwiches, sides, soups and salads with their choice of meatballs and sauce. The bar features classic cocktails, an extensive draft beer selection, and a select wine list. A selection of flavored Italian ices and crème sodas are available as well in both alcoholic and non-alcoholic versions. Mezzo, Italian for “middle”, is located on the second floor of Sienna Mercato. Hardwood floors, brick, and an exposed wood ceiling will give the room a warm, intimate, and comfortable feel. Guests seated in the front of the restaurant can dine in booths and tables overlooking Penn Avenue through open-air garage-style windows. The small wine bar is located nearby with unique craft cocktails and a vast wine list. The menu features artisanal pizzas, Italian cheeses, housemade charcuterie, pastas creative and traditional Italian entrées. Italian for “the rooftop”, Il Tetto is the top floor of Sienna Mercato. The beer and wine garden is be open year round due to its retractable glass ceiling that provides beautiful views of Pittsburgh’s skyline. Guests can enjoy libations and light food at either the grand bar or tables under the skyscrapers of Pittsburgh. Lighter fare, such as cheese and charcuterie, pickled vegetables and beef carpaccio make up the menu at Il Tetto. Guests will choose from craft cocktails, a large draft beer selection and offerings from the wine list at Mezzo. -79.996510576242 40.444080758841 http://pittsburgh.city/restaurants/12516334
Primanti Brothers Primanti Brothers is a chain of sandwich shops in the eastern United States. Founded in 1933, the chain is known for its signature sandwiches of grilled meat, an Italian dressing-based coleslaw, tomato slices, and French fries between two pieces of Italian bread. During the 2007 James Beard Foundation Awards, Primanti's was named as one of "America's Classic" restaurants. -79.9855632 40.4507135 http://pittsburgh.city/restaurants/12516360
Essie's Original Hot Dog Shop Better known as "the O". Originally opened across the street from Forbes Field, this place is notable for its cheap, extremely greasy food. You can get giant piles of greasy french fries for cheap, and the hot dogs and pizza are great too. If you are in Oakland, you should at least try the fries to say you have been there. The place is pretty cramped and quite filthy; you don't want to use the bathroom. It has a reputation for being dangerous (a lot of people come here after drinking), but there is always at least one cop there at all times. Cash only. -79.956469 40.442095 http://pittsburgh.city/restaurants/12516529
Legends of the North Shore “Experience a legendary meal—–I give you my personal guarantee,” -Chef Dan Dan Bartow’s dream of opening an upscale, casual, family-oriented restaurant became a reality on May 30, 2002, with the grand opening of Legends of the North Shore Restaurant located on the North Side of Pittsburgh. This native New Yorker has welcomed over 35,000 customers to the restaurant with his continental Italian specialties. His customers are not only from the North Side but from all over the tri-state area — Monroeville, South Hills, Upper St. Clair, Cranberry Township, Sewickley and Allison Park. Chef Dan’s passion to search Pittsburgh’s Strip District for the freshest and finest ingredients compliments his personally-selected menu. A PROUD PITTSBURGH TRADITION The North Shore of Pittsburgh has recently been the center of a number of redevelopment projects which marks the beginning of the “Third Renaissance” for the “Steel City.” Legends of the North Shore Restaurant further encompass this legendary facelift on the North Side, and is a definite welcome to the neighborhood residents. Walking through the front door of the establishment, you first smell the aromas of fresh bread baking, and at the same time, observing great Italian food being prepared by a qualified staff. As you sit at the bar, waiting for your table, possibly enjoying a glass of wine—you can’t help wonder how it all started. Daniel J. Bartow was born in Long Island, New York, graduated from the Sullivan College in upstate New York, interned at The Disney Inn at Walt Disney World in Orlando, and worked at the Flying Bridge Restaurant in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. He continued to perfect his Italian cuisine while working and managing a number of local restaurants. But it wasn’t until a few years ago, while working at Legends on the Green Restaurant, located in the South Hills, that his entrepreneurship future was destined to own and manage his own restaurant. Legends of the North Shore not only boasts the finest Italian food in the city—but it’s also a family business. His wife Zoe, children Kristopher and Danyelle and mother-in-law, Connie Springhetti, all work together to achieve one collective goal—to consistently offer excellent food, service, and provide the ambience marked by excellence and simple elegance. Chef Dan has prepared his culinary masterpieces for residents on the North Side but there have been customers who have stopped in from Georgia, New York, California, and even as far away as Rome, Italy and Puerto Rico! But the one thing that every customer will agree on—–the food is wonderful, the atmosphere is something to behold, but more importantly, they’ll be back! How about having Legends of the North Shore cater your next party or business meeting? Call the restaurant for more details and a copy of their catering menu. Don’t have enough time to sit down and have a leisurely lunch or dinner, take-out service is available. Delivery service is also available in limited areas. Legends of the North Shore Restaurant is located at 500 East North Avenue, on the corner of James Street, next door to Allegheny General Hospital. For more information or directions, please call, 412-321-8000. -80.001502003396 40.456522990571 http://pittsburgh.city/restaurants/12516640
Pamela's P&G Diner Pamela's Diner is a prominent group of diners in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Its specialties are crêpe-style pancakes, omelets and Lyonnaise potatoes. It is "treasured" and is considered to be in the "pantheon of pancake purveyors." In 2013, Pamela's Diner was featured by the Wall Street Journal in a "What to Do in Pittsburgh" feature story. Pamela's Diner is owned by Gail Klingensmith and Pam Cohen. Both educated as teachers, the business partners handle different tasks, Klingensmith with the more business end and Cohen as "the culinary artist." The first Pamela's Diner location, in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood, opened in 1979. Since then, locations have opened in Shadyside, the Strip District, Millvale, Oakland and Mt. Lebanon. During the United States presidential election, 2008, Barack Obama visited Pamela's Diner for a campaign visit. Once elected, President Obama had Klingensmith and Cohen at the White House for a Memorial Day breakfast with the Obama family and 80 veterans. Later that year, during the 2009 G-20 Pittsburgh summit, President Obama expressed dismay that he was unable to return to Pamela's Diner during that trip, but First Lady Michelle Obama did visit. Incidentally, the Oakland storefront received damage during the protests. -79.98365 40.45201 http://pittsburgh.city/restaurants/12516814
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Attractions See all

The Andy Warhol Museum This seven-floor museum is like no other art museum, to say the least. -80.0024873 40.4484664 http://pittsburgh.city/attractions/N__367974348
Carnegie Museum of Natural History It maintains an international reputation for research and is ranked among the top five natural history museums in the United States. -79.950052209488 40.44311606551 http://pittsburgh.city/attractions/W__154257481
PNC Park The Pittsburgh Pirates baseball team, known locally as the "Buccos" or "Bucs", play their home games here. -80.005824102554 40.446949609089 http://pittsburgh.city/attractions/W__24722803
Nationality Rooms A selection of gift items imported from the countries represented in the Nationality Rooms of the University of Pittsburgh's Cathedral of Learning. -79.9532347 40.4444651 http://pittsburgh.city/attractions/N__1666899036
Heinz Field G. -80.015782444283 40.446832187886 http://pittsburgh.city/attractions/W__24722790
PPG Paints Arena Home of the Pittsburgh Penguins NHL hockey club; renamed from "Consol Energy Center" in October 2016. -79.989512736426 40.43956796948 http://pittsburgh.city/attractions/W__130358195

Shopping See all

SouthSide Works A mixed-use area with lots of local boutiques and some higher end national chains, as well as a movie theater. -79.965225315944 40.427646781861 http://pittsburgh.city/shopping/N__530290648
Bakery Square Bakery Square is an open-air shopping and office development in the Pittsburgh neighborhood of Larimer, adjacent to the neighborhoods of Shadyside and East Liberty in the city's... -79.91683 40.45718 http://pittsburgh.city/shopping/Bakery_Square
Parkway Center Mall In 2016, the entirity of the mall was demolished, except for the Giant Eagle/Kmart building. -80.0369561 40.4233322 http://pittsburgh.city/shopping/T__65d001c9d8fe
Pennsylvania Macaroni One of the staples of the Strip, a large Italian grocery with cheese counter, wide selection of olive oils, fresh bread and pasta. -79.983641315917 40.451238638337 http://pittsburgh.city/shopping/T__7219ffe776ab
Caliban Book Shop Buy, sell, and appraise books, autographs, photographs, printed material, and original art. -79.948851212404 40.444911278966 http://pittsburgh.city/shopping/T__08406ddb5494
Macy's Macy's is an American mid- to upscale department store. Their most famous and flagship store is on 34th street in Herald Square in New York City. -79.998224110909 40.43952347257 http://pittsburgh.city/shopping/T__46b45da0393b
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