Pittsburgh Restaurants - Dining in the Strip District
De Luca's restaurant, located in the Pittsburgh Strip District, is a Pittsburgh favorite for down-home breakfasts. Learn more about Delucas, including what to expect, hours and directions.
Deja Vu Lounge
Intimate seating areas, Tuscan decor, and a moderate dance floor make this restaurant and lounge a popular stop in the Pittsburgh Strip District. Serves up American, Asian and sushi for lunch and dinner, and DJ music after the sun goes down.
This unassuming Strip District restaurant is a favorite with Pittsburgh residents for its delicious breakfasts, including homemade sausages, omelettes, and heaping stacks of buckwheat pancakes. Open every day of the year except Christmas.
Fresh Caribbean cuisine brings sizzle and spice to downtown Pittsburgh. Open for lunch and dinner in Pittsburgh's strip district.
Klavon's Ice Cream Parlor
Take a step back in time at this 1920's ice cream parlor, complete with marble soda fountain, mahogany woodwork and penny candies. They sell Reinhold's ice cream by the scoop, as well as a lunch menu of soups and sandwiches. Located in the Strip District of Pittsburgh.
Lemon Grass Cafe
The downtown Cultural District location of this Asian restaurant makes it a great place to grab a bite before or after a theater performance. The food is primarily Thai and Cambodian. When it gets warm, they have a few tables set up for outdoor dining and a takeout stand set up for Pirates games.
Located in Pittsburgh's historic Strip District, Lidia's Pittsburgh serves authentic northern Italian cuisine for lunch and dinner. They also have a great Sunday brunch. One of several restaurants owned by acclaimed PBS cooking show host Lidia Bastianich.
Mullaney's Harp & Fiddle
Get great Irish fare and brews in this comfortable wood-trimmed Irish pub in Pittsburgh's Strip District. Check the calendar for a schedule of live acoustic musicians and dances.
The "Almost Famous" Primanti Brothers sandwich is a Pittsburgh institution. The one-of-a-kind sandwich combines meat, cheese, french fries, cole slaw, tomatoes and crusty italian bread into a sloppy, delicious mess. Located in the Pittsburgh Strip District, with a smaller location in Market Square, downtown.
Part of a national chain, the Spaghetti Warehouse on Smallman Street in the Strip is especially popular with the college crowd and offers pasta classics served in large portions at a reasonable price.
Located between downtown Pittsburgh and the Strip District, in easy walking distance of most downtown hotels, Sushi Kim serves up a wide variety of Korean sushi and sashimi dishes. The menu even includes pictures so you can see what you'll be getting.
The fresh menu at the Strip District restaurant showcases both the French and Spanish styles of cooking. Numerous tapas selection and a good wine list, but service can sometimes be a bit slow.