The Pittsburgh food scene never sleeps! Yes, we did just publish a list of 13 new Pittsburgh restaurants at the beginning of January… but we have already rounded up 16 additional restaurants that have opened all over the city. Enjoy!
Stay hungry, Pittsburgh. We have a feeling it won’t be too long before we’re back with another restaurant opening round-up.
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16 New Restaurants To Try in Pittsburgh
Rocchio’s Italian Deli
Now open on Potomac Ave in Dormont! Stop by to enjoy a full Italian deli with homemade sandwiches, creamy gelato, fresh Mancini bread, and a small gift shop including coffees, honey, specialty salts, and Italian groceries.
Rocchio’s Italian Deli (1408 Potomac Ave)
CHiKN is bringing Nashville-style hot chicken sandwiches to Forbes Avenue in Oakland. Customers will find a menu of classic fried chicken sandwiches (served with slaw and pickles), chicken tenders, Chicken & Waffles, and chicken salads, and side dishes like cheesy Mac & Cheese, crinkle-cut French fries and coleslaw. Click here for more information on the new space.
CHiKN (3712 Forbes Avenue)
Fig & Waffle
Shadyside is now home to Fig & Waffle, a cozy cafe on Copeland Street. The menu features various breakfast and brunch options, such as waffles, tartines, salads, omelettes, and fresh pressed juices.
Fig & Waffle (735 Copeland Street)
Everyday’s a Sunday Cafe
Now open on Penn Avenue, Everyday’s a Sunday Cafe offers a charming menu of sandwiches, wraps, salads, and soups that are available in the cafe and for catering. Options include the “DaVinci” with Turkey Breast, Swiss Cheese, Lettuce, Tomato, and Pesto Aioli on Toasted Rosemary Ciabatta Bread.
Everyday’s a Sunday (4919 Penn Ave)
Roots Natural Kitchen
Roots Natural Kitchen offers delicious and healthy bowls that you can design yourself. The menu features a number of house-made bowl creations, like the Pesto Caesar (kale, bulgur and chicken in a Pesto-Caesar sauce), the Roots Bowl (with rice, spinach, and sweet potatoes topped with lemon tahini), or The Apollo (brown rice, chic peas, cucumbers, pita chips, and lemon za’atar). Or, choose from bases like brown rice, kale, and bulgur, and create your own healthy bowl, using proteins like chicken, red chili tofu, or vegetables.
Roots Natural Kitchen (3610 Forbes Avenue)
Beloved Wilkinsburg diner “Nancy East End Diner” is now “Nancy’s Revival” under the ownership of the Revival Chili team. The classics you know and love are still available, as well as a few new menu items. Click here for the full story!
Nancy’s Revival (616 South Avenue)
Needle & Pin in Dormont has recently changed direction, and is now Jean Louis, a French bistro featuring true French fare made from fresh ingredients, as well as a curated collection of wines and cocktails. Menu highlights include steak tartare, Amish chicken liver pate, short rib beef bourguignon, homemade pasta with wild boar ragu, and duck breast with wild mushroom risotto.
Jean Louise (3271 W Liberty Avenue)
The South Side is now home to Astroid, a trendy coffee shop in the Terminal Building at The Highline, adjacent to Beauty Shoppe’s co-working space. In addition to tea and coffee (the espresso and drip coffee are standouts here), the shop also serves pastries, like croissants, muffins, financiers, and savory tarts.
Astroid (333 E Carson Street)
Kabab N’ Curry
Stop by Kabab N Curry for classic Tandoori cooking. The space is open for lunch and dinner, with buffet options available. The menu features dishes like Chicken biryani, Goat biryani, Lamb biryani, chicken tandoori, and a variety of curries.
Kabab N’ Curry (2868 Banksville Road)
The Melting Pot
The Melting Pot recently opened a new and improved space in Station Square, in a brand new location. Head over to enjoy their classic menu (chocolate fondue, anyone?) in the restaurant’s beautiful new space.
The Melting Pot (242 W Station Square Drive)
Saigon 88 Express
McKees Rocks now has a fast and casual spot for noodle bowls, pho, and other Vietnamese classics. Stop by for appetizers, boba drinks, desserts and more!
Saigon 88 Express (5500 Steubenville Pike)
Wexford favorite Zuppas Delicatessen now has a brand-new location in Cranberry, serving a full menu of deli classics, like fresh-made sandwiches, soup, and salads.
Zuppas Delicatessen (1185 Freedom Road)
Macaron Bar now has their very own brick and mortar outpost in East Liberty! This beautiful new space offers cookies, local coffees, and a series of classes where you can learn to make your very own French macarons! New additions to the menu include Amaretti cookies, European meringues (available in raspberry, birthday cake, lemon and pistachio), and seasonal macarons, like Butter Pecan, Champagne, and Amaretto Cheesecake.
Macaron Bar (6101 Penn Avenue)
Flavors Famous Street Food
There are endless street food options at this newly-opened Brighton Heights spot, from gyros and burgers to tacos and wings. Take a look at the whole menu online.
Flavors Famous Street Food (3231 Brighton Road)
Treats ‘n Beans
Coffee fans, rejoice! This new small chain cafe just opened in Oakland, serving super-sweet dessert crepes, waffles, and pancakes, along with delicious coffee on Meyran Avenue.
Treats ‘n Beans (118 Meyran Avenue)
Savory bakery Rolling Pepperoni has just announced that they’re sharing Pie Bird’s space on Butler Street in Lawreceville, serving their delicious Pepperoni Rolls, hot pepper pepperoni rolls, and veggie rolls.
Rolling Pepperoni (5304 Butler St)
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