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OpenTable lists Pittsburgh-area eateries voted best for foodies

Steven Adams
| Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018, 3:30 p.m.
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The restaurant-booking app OpenTable has crunched user data and revealed Pittsburgh's best dining spots for those who take their food seriously.

The top-10 rankers stretch far from the city's Downtown to include Sewickley and two spots in Erie. OpenTable users have tagged these as ideal for food lovers.


Samurai Kitchen & Sushi in Erie

They specialize in hibachi and, of course, sushi with eclectic beers and cider. Explore their Japanese and southeast Asian cuisine. Food enthusiasts will want to connect with Chef Jufi Andreas to learn his unique style and flavor.


Pineapple Eddie Southern Bistro in Erie

Southern regional flavors with a Caribbean will lure you to our northern neighbor. Creations featuring shrimp, andouille sausage and catfish top the menu. Don't leave without trying the grilled pound cake with glazed pineapple for dessert. True food lovers will appreciate the casual style.


Cocothé in Sewickley

Describing themselves as casual/elegant, Executive Chef Dave DeVoss focuses on fresh, seasonal dishes.


Scratch in Troy Hill

Nestled in Pittsburgh's North Side, this neigborhood bistro is warm and welcoming with a sophisticated dining experience.


Carmella's Plates and Pints in the South Side

Carmella Salem and Michael Alberter's lodge-like decor is perfect for this tim eo fthe year. Visit often to explore the ever-changing menu of locally-sourced fare.


Legume in North Oakland

North Craig Street is the lively setting for this cozy dining spot. They describe their cuising as New American with heavy French and Eastern European influences.


Superior Motors in Braddock

This highly-acclaimed spot is a must-try for food lovers wanting to experience one of the hottest restaurants in the country. Let Chef Kevin Sousa impress you with his eclectic style. Go for their tasting menu on Wednesdays and Thursdays.


The Twisted Frenchman in East Liberty

Explore modern French tastes with Chef Andrew Garbarino in 4, 8, 14 or 21 courses


Huszar in Pittsburgh's North Side

Owner Judy Torma shares her family's Old-World flavors with pride. Hungarian culture influences the menu and the decor in this neighborhood tavern.


The Vandal in Lawrenceville

Look for Eastern European food and French flavors in their simple, locally sourced dishes. It's a casual dining environment in one of Pittsburgh's hottest neighborhoods.

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