Going out to eat is a great way to have some fun and not worry about having to cook and clean up afterward. Over the course of the average human life span of 80 years, people spend a total of six years eating, so why not spend those six years eating the best food?
If you are looking for the best restaurants in Pittsburgh, three fantastic restaurants nearby recently earned a spot on Open Table’s Top 100 Hot Spot Restaurants in American. These restaurants include Poros in downtown Pittsburgh, Whitfield in East Liberty, and Morcilla in Lawrenceville.
Porros is known for its Mediterranean fare and features Mezze, which are small plates of various dishes. In addition, some of their most popular meals include seafood from the Aegean Sea and lamb from local Pittsburgh farms.
Head to the Ace Hotel to find Whitfield. This restaurant uses a seasonal menu that sources its ingredients from locally-owned farms and ranches. Bon Appétit names its pastrami sandwich one of the best sandwiches in the country last year.
For some Spanish cuisine, plan to spend an evening at Morcilla. Here, you can enjoy traditional pintxos and Severino’s charcuterie. Over the past year, this restaurant has been hailed one of the best new restaurants in the city, state, and even country.
Here at Wright Nissan, we love to spend an evening dining out. Which of these restaurants have you eaten at?