Here are some of the newest restaurants in Pittsburgh! This should be a handy list any time you want to elevate your usual dining experience in the area. If you’re looking for a way to ensure your celebration or night out on the town goes smoothly, check out the fleet at Pittsburgh Party Bus. Not only will you be able to avoid dealing with traffic and parking, but you’ll also be able to continue the adventure after eating dinner.
4923 Penn Avenue
Soju is a Korean American establishment that has been on the scene since March. Some of the favorite dishes are the chicken katsu, kimchi fried rice, and the tuna poke. There’s also a wide variety of cocktails available. The atmosphere is both trendy and comfortable, making it a perfect destination for a night out with friends.
Brugge on North
40 W North Avenue
Having opened in April, Brugge on North is making quite a splash! You’ll definitely want to try their moules frites, cheesecake with lemon curd, tomato based mussels, and their signature kiwi cocktail. It’s in a shared space with the City of Asylum book store, so you can have a great meal after shopping for some literary treasures.
Coughlin’s Law Kitchen and Ale House
10 Virginia Avenue
Comfort food is somehow made even better with the menu at Coughlin’s. How could you go wrong with an appetizer of bacon lollipops? There are also vegan options available here which makes it fitting for groups who have a wide range of preferences. There’s usually quite a wait to get in so be sure to consider looking at their online wait list service before coming in.
815 S Aiken Avenue
This ramen house has a lot to offer! If you’re not familiar with this dish, it is a flavorful broth with a generous helping of thin noodles and other ingredients like egg, meats, and vegetables. It’s truly authentic, and the flavors are impressive. Their miso ramen is the most ordered plate, but any of the options here are sure to be fresh and delicious. The best way to end a meal here is to order some of their mochi ice cream as a dessert.
Sarah L says
I’d eat at any of them. If they weren’t 1,444 miles from me.