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OpenTable names top Pittsburgh-area restaurants for November 2019

Steven Adams

The restaurant booking service OpenTable has released its monthly tally of eateries that diners rate the highest.

The top-ranked spots in the Pittsburgh region include six in the city proper and four that are farther afield.

Siempre Algo

Siempre Algo is a casual neighborhood favorite along the transforming East Ohio Street in the North Side.


Stagioni is an Italian gem run by Stephen Felder and Cara Delsignore along the South Side’s Carson Street.

The Vandal

The Vandal is a wine bar that brings seasonal fare to Lawrenceville.

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The Capital Grille

The Capital Grille is a fine-dining option known for its steaks in the heart of Downtown.


Altius pairs upscale dining with a spectacular view from Mt. Washington.

Monterey Bay Fish Grotto

Monterey Bay Fish Grotto has a breathtaking skyline view from Mt. Washington with a menu focused on seafood.

Vivo Kitchen

Vivo Kitchen is a comfortable dining favorite nestled among the shops of Sewickley.

Off The Hook

Off The Hook is home to seafood experts along Route 19 in Warrendale.


Cenacolo is a casual Italian favorite in North Huntingdon.

The Chef’s Table at The Omni Bedford Springs

The Chef’s Table is the star of the Bedford Springs resort that offers diners a view into their open kitchen.

Steven Adams is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Steven at 412-380-5645 or [email protected].

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