Brunch



Going out to eat isn't always about cravings. Often enough, mealtimes dictate our choices, limiting restaurant possibilities. When circumstances narrow the options, let 10Best help. We'll direct you to the best Brunch restaurants in Pittsburgh and save you the hassle of calling around for business hours. 10Best readers find much to enjoy at Lidia's Pittsburgh thanks to its all-around good offerings. It's also hard to beat Grand Concourse, which serves just what you're looking for when you're in the market for a great Brunch.


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Strip District
Kaya


Chili braised chicken empanadas, conch fritters, and seared rare salmon medallions are a few of the interesting menu choices you may find at this chic Caribbean spot, a reformed nightclub smack-dab in the middle of Pittsburgh's Strip District....  Read More


Grand Concourse


This historic landmark was once the P&LE Railroad Station, and now offers some of Pittsburgh's best dining with a view. The main room, with grand arched ceiling, is inspiring and usually reverberates with chit-chatty diners. There are also...  Read More




When Pittsburgh natives crave authentic German cuisine and genuine Bavarian beers, they head to Max's Allegheny Tavern. This festive eatery features five types of sausage, six varieties of schnitzel and a not-to-be-missed potato pancake Reuben....  Read More




Located in an attractive corner building, this inviting restaurant features an open kitchen and a wood-burning oven. The menu offers American classics, from tempting soups, salads and sandwiches to entrees that include wood oven meatloaf, pizza,...  Read More


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Strip District


Diners nestle into semicircular booths in this restaurant's quirky dining room. A frequently changing menu draws on seasonal ingredients and features a raw bar. Intriguing mains might include seared tuna with bok choy, shiitake mushroom, shrimp...  Read More


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Strip District
Lidia's Pittsburgh


Vibrantly decorated two-level dining room serves up innovative Italian eats. A great value, its family-style Sunday dinner features main courses that feed 2-4 people for under $35. Lidia's signature Sunday Sauce (Italian sausage, pork, meatballs...  Read More


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South Side


Forget the old rule about not eating in the library, and don't be surprised if a server hands you a book when you sit down. The Library's menu is pasted on the first page, and each item is cleverly named after literary favorites.


Double Wide Grill


The menu tells of Tessie Mae Hullficker, a woman who turned the family service station into a restaurant to serve her favorite TV dinners and BBQ. Indeed, Double Wide Grill does have a "TV dinner" served on a metal, divided tray, but don't be...  Read More


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Shadyside
Casbah


With a menu featuring a seductive blend of Mediterranean and Northern African specialties, Casbah rocks well into the evening. The wide-open space sparkles with ornate paintings and furniture, and lattice window covers dignify the interior with...  Read More


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Squirrel Hill
Eat'n Park


Eat'n Park restaurants offer old-fashioned dining with the convenience of 24-hour service in some locations. The Squirrel Hill eatery has a favorite Eat'n Park amenity – the Midnight Breakfast Buffet on Friday and Saturday nights. College...  Read More


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