Certain restaurants are known for their expertise at turning out signature dishes really well. They've pinned down the ingredients, mastered the process, and gained a strong following as a result. Pittsburgh has had much success cultivating great restaurants and creating a substantial market for Seafood. Locals can't get enough of the city's excellent food, and you'll often find them, along with eager tourists, at popular Monterey Bay Fish Grotto or at Grand Concourse, a major player in the field. Make sure you see what all the fuss is about!

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

The Original Oyster House

This vintage seafood house boasts monster fish sandwiches and an attractive updated bar. It's been in operation since 1870 and is a city mainstay for both visitors and residents. Platters and sandwiches are most prevalent, featuring shrimp,...  Read More

Original Fish Market

If you're looking for fine dining and some of the best fish in Pittsburgh, look no further than The Original Fish Market. Located near the convention center, the restaurant is a welcome treat for locals and visitors alike. New menus are printed...  Read More

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Red Beard's Inn

Just over the peak of Mount Washington, Red Beard's Inn lives up to its swashbuckling name by cranking out good meals faster than you can say "YAAARRRRRR." Shrimp and fish dishes satisfy those with sea-legs, and landlubbers will enjoy ¾-pound...  Read More

Monterey Bay Fish Grotto

The Monterey Bay Fish Grotto is more than a meal, it's an experience. You'll marvel as soon as you walk in thanks to the mesmerizing view of Pittsburgh offered here. It only gets better from there, as this Pittsburgh restaurant uses only the...  Read More