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Bon Appétit proclaimed Pittsburgh as the “NEXT BIG FOOD TOWN” and Zagat, the “NO. 1 FOOD CITY” in the United States. Try chef-driven fare, new restaurant concepts and a cutting-edge beverage scene

he nailed it. A skyline that bursts into view is just one of many things that makes Pittsburgh unique.

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  • Chef Justin Severino of Cure and Morcilla is the best new chef of the mid-Atlantic region.

  • Gaucho Parrilla Argentina was dubbed one of the top places to eat in the country by Yelp.

  • The Pittsburgh Taco Truck was named among the great spots in the nation for Mexican food.

  • 300+ restaurants within easy walking distance of downtown hotels including Poros, Bakersfield, Butcher and the Rye, takö, Ten Penny, Revel+Roost and Pork and Beans.

  • Original Oyster House, at 145 years, is Pittsburgh’s oldest bar and restaurant.

  • Old-World fare from Easter European forefathers includes Pierogies Plus, The Church Brew Works and S&D Polish Deli.

  • Pierogi Fest and Picklesburgh are the city’s newest annual food festivals.

  • The Strip District has ethnic grocers, sidewalk vendors and string of small shops. Savoy offers a unique twist on Pittsburgh fare.

  • Mt. Washington’s “Restaurant Row” and al fresco dining in Market Square.

  • Farmer’s markets in city limits, with two Downtown: Market Square Farmers Market on Thursdays and Citiparks Farmer’s Market at Mellon Square on Fridays.

  • At a u-pick farm, pick-your-own berries, apples and peaches.

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