Dining Reviews: Local restaurant reviews | Pittsburgh City Paper
Strip District restaurant incubator Smallman Galley debuts four new concepts

Strip District restaurant incubator Smallman Galley debuts four new concepts

Mix and match between Vietnamese, Latin American, Detroit pizza and American favorites

Grandma B’s is a friendly lunch counter in the Hill District

Try breakfast (pancakes, eggs) or lunch (burgers, hoagies, fries)

Kevin Sousa’s long-awaited Superior Motors opens in Braddock

One aspect of the chef’s skill is perfecting traditional dishes and then adding a sideways element of surprise and delight

Szechuan Spice brings a menu of spicy Chinese food to Shadyside

It is a welcome addition to the local array of authentic, regional Chinese restaurants

Liam’s Fish, Wings, & Things offers Southern-fried food in Wilkinsburg

A simple but varied menu includes chicken wings, frog legs and fried green tomatoes

Onion Maiden, in Allentown, offers inventive vegan fare

The eatery makes its mark with inventive cuisine and heavy-metal puns

Café at the Frick offers more than just special-occasion dining

The Point Breeze eatery is open year-round for lunch and Friday dinners

‘French comfort food’ is on the menu at Le Lyonnais in Downtown Pittsburgh

The entreé list is brief but varied, ranging from the familiar to the novel

Wheelfish, in the North Hills, promises “blues, bourbon and BBQ”

Of all the barbecue we ordered, smoked eggplant was the best



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