Dining Reviews: Local restaurant reviews | Pittsburgh City Paper
The RedWood Café, in Mount Lebanon, is a modern take on the humble lunch counter

The RedWood Café, in Mount Lebanon, is a modern take on the humble lunch counter

The core of the lunch menu is just over a half-dozen tantalizing sandwiches

In Homestead, Eighth & Hays provides dining between swank and casual

The atmosphere, service and execution of its menu were all top-notch

Or, The Whale is a new fine-dining restaurant Downtown

The prices are extraordinary, setting up an expectation that ingredients, recipe and execution must all be flawless

Dad’s Pub & Grub, in Monroeville, offers a fun, relaxed place for the whole family

Fill up on inventive hot dogs, big burgers, spicy wings and tasty fries

Tan Izakaya brings Japanese cuisine to Shadyside

In a cozy atmosphere, enjoy rice bowls, ramen, sake and sushi

East Liberty’s Twisted Frenchman expands its fine-dining offerings in a new location

The coq au vin was a rich, deeply satisfying stew that tasted like autumn in a bowl

Buford’s Kitchen, in Uptown, offers sandwiches and Southern-style fare

It’s a good spot for those attending events at the adjacent PPG Paints Arena

Ki Ramen, offering Japanese noodle soups, opens in Lawrenceville

There are six set bowls and a list of add-ins for customization

Strip District restaurant incubator Smallman Galley debuts four new concepts

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



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