Take Out

China Palace


You'll find crispy walnut shrimp, orange beef, and lemon chicken among the selections at this locally favored spot. Expect cordial service to compliment the good food.

South Side
Tom's Diner


Whether you are starting your shopping day off with a quick breakfast bite, or you get the craving for a Belgian waffle at 3am after a long night out, Tom's will be open and ready to serve. Breakfast is served all day, and there is always a...  Read More



Pamela's pancakes are world-famous. Well, maybe not world-famous, but locals swear by them. Other items on the menu at this sought-after joint are California French toast and homemade corned beef hash. Sunday breakfast is the most popular meal.

Strip District


Have dessert for breakfast and order a hotcake sundae topped with ice cream, fruit and whipped cream, or go for a real meal with the banana pepper omelet made with sweet or hot sausage, hot peppers, onions and provolone blended into the perfect...  Read More



Hearty breakfasts and other American classics like meatloaf and mashed potatoes and gravy are served at Ritter's 24 hours a day. Only a short drive or cab ride from Downtown.

Strip District
Primanti Bros.


Primanti Bros. is probably the most famous restaurant in Pittsburgh, and its main location (known as Primanti's on the Strip) is open 24 hours to satisfy even the most dire of sandwich cravings. Their claim to fame is creating an entire meal in...  Read More

Squirrel Hill
Mineo's Pizza House


Locals say that Mineo's has the best pizza in "the Burgh." Choose from toppings like pepperoni, sausage, mushrooms, feta, ricotta, roasted peppers, and shrimp, or for a twist, order a white or Sicilian pie. Be sure to bring cash – like many...  Read More

Union Grill


Union Grill's sign boasts "Honest American Food," and the "honest" part is that everything is brought in fresh daily from local markets. That dedication to premium goods would explain the crowds that usually frequent Union Grill for burgers,...  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