Q&M’s Fish, Chik & Ribs in Plum offers smoky barbecue and excellent sides

Q&M’s Fish, Chik & Ribs in Plum offers smoky barbecue and excellent sides

Built from a store of family recipes, the menu is broader than is typical for a barbecue place

Nancetta’s Ristorante in O’Hara makes a mark with authentic, upscale Italian specialties

“The old menu was Pittsburgh Italian; this menu is Italian.”

The North Side’s The Foundry transcend the gastropub scene

Attention is lavished on each dish without pointless elaboration or tiresome overkill

Café 33, in Squirrel Hill, brings Taiwanese cuisine to Pittsburgh

Expect potstickers, scallion pancakes and soup dumplings, but also marinated turnips and jellyfish with celery

A revamped Sonoma Grille remains a sophisticated but not stuffy choice for Downtown dining

The menu offers a variety of approaches to the size, format and formality of one’s meal, from tapas platters to a four-course, fixed-price chef’s table

Bubba’s Gourmet Burghers and Beer in Bridgeville offers bar food and beer in a family-friendly setting

Besides burgers, Bubba’s boasts excellent chili, onion rings and wings

Hines Ward puts his stamp on Table 86 in Seven Fields, north of Pittsburgh

At a restaurant whose fundamental appeal is its celebrity association, it was impressive that the food reached such heights while hitting so few lows

Twelve on Carson brings superior barbecue to the South Side

A stripped-down menu concentrates on smoked meats and sides

The Vandal in Lawrenceville offers an assortment of fusion cuisine in a casual setting

There are four menus: breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner, with some crossover



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