OpenTable reveals Pittsburgh area’s top-rated restaurants
OpenTable announced their highest-rated restaurants in the Pittsburgh region for the month.
These are the eateries that fall under their Diner’s Choice category and are scored by diners who use the OpenTable reservation system.
“Eating somewhere new can feel like a risk, but these places have been vetted by our diners and got the highest ratings of all our restaurants,” the company said in an email.
Altius in Mt. Washington
Altius, with their view of the city, consistently makes this list.
Joseph Tambellini in Highland Park
Italian inspired cuisine.
Thank You to all our Awesome Guests and Staff!!!! https://t.co/qslr6P9jn6
— Joseph Tambellini (@ChefJoeT) November 18, 2018
Burn by Rocky Patel in Pittsburgh
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— BURNbyRockyPatelPGH (@BURNpgh) February 6, 2019
Umi Japanese Restaurant in Shadyside
— umi Pittsburgh (@umi_Pittsburgh) December 19, 2014
Vivo Kitchen in Sewickley
Head north of the city to this gem set in a charming town.
Green Forest Restaurant in Penn Hills
They offer 18 kinds of meat and a hot buffet with five Brazilian dishes, including feijoada.
Jacksons Restaurant + Bar in Canonsburg
Casual, American cuisine prepared in a brick oven and over a wood fire grill.
Balance Restaurant in Johnstown
Pineapple Eddie Southern Bistro in Erie
Samurai Kitchen & Sushi in Erie
Samurai Kitchen & Sushi showcases Japanese and southeast Asian cuisine, including an extensive menu of sushi and sashimi.
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