Fine Dining In PGH: The Best Restaurants For Date Night
Eddie V’s Prime Seafood
Eddie V’s does steak and seafood phenomenally. Your dining experience begins with an amuse bouche and perhaps one of their fine wines.
I recommend ordering all of the courses because their soups, salads, entrees and desserts are amazing. This is the bananas foster butter cake.
This spot is an old train station turned restaurant that serves delicious seafood in pastas, appetizers and entrees. They also have a great brunch!
This restaurant is known for its signature dish. The Cioppino is a combo of clams, mussels, lobster, sea bass, crab, shrimp and scallops.
Their crab dip appetizer is light & lemony and a great warm up for the main course. Be sure to finish with their house-made chocolates for dessert!
Monterey Bay Fish Grotto
This seafood spot is known for its signature crab cakes. Pair one with shrimp or scallops and add a lobster tail. Their seafood starters are delish!
The Lemont sits atop Mt. Washington with amazing views of PGH. A steakhouse, they serve up steaks of all types and sizes like filets, strip, etc.
I hope these restaurants pass the test for your tastebuds! For more city highlights follow my insta @the412franimal
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