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OpenTable shares tally of top-rated Pittsburgh area restaurants

Steven Adams
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A restaurant booking service has revealed their monthly tally of best reviews in the Pittsburgh area.

OpenTable says they analyzed more than 400,000 new diner reviews to arrive at their top ten recommendations and they break them down by category.

These have been voted the best of Diners’ Choice.


The Chef’s Table at The Omni at Bedford Springs


Morcilla in Lawrenceville


Altius in Mt. Washington


Eleven in the Strip District


Off The Hook in Warrendale


Balance Restaurant in Johnstown


Joseph Tambellini in Highland Park


Umi Japanese Restaurant in Shadyside


Vivo Kitchen in Sewickley


Eddie V’s in downtown Pittsburgh

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

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