Slowly, the state of Pennsylvania is coming back to life—businesses reopening, employees returning to work, people shopping, strolling, and enjoying the sunshine. If you’re looking for a taste of life the way it used to be, you might want to check out some Pittsburgh restaurants open for business.
Life Returns to Normal as Pittsburgh Restaurants Open Up
June 2020 marked the start of the Green Phase of reopening for almost the entire state of Pennsylvania, which means restaurants are now open for dine-in here in Pittsburgh! Dining in will look a little different than it did before the shutdowns, and many businesses will continue to offer or will only offer takeout and delivery. Here are some Pittsburgh restaurants open for dine-in or take-out.
Note: The information below is subject to change and is not actively updated by us. Please visit each restaurant’s website for hours, menus, and other restrictions.
Fish Nor Fowl
Style: Upscale American
With a specialty on small plates, Fish Nor Fowl features modern American dishes, often with a twist of Asian or Italian influences.
Learn more: https://www.fishnorfowlpgh.com/
Style: Wood-fired pizzeria
If you’re looking for a fresh wood-fired pie topped with locally sourced ingredients, then Driftwood is definitely the place to go.
Learn more: https://www.driftwoodoven.com/
Offering: Takeout, delivery
Style: High-end French bistro
Elegant yet laid-back, French bistro Poulet Bleu offers all the best that classic French dining has to offer.
Learn more: https://www.pouletbleupgh.com/
Offering: Take out, dine-in with reservation
Style: Japanese pub
Much-loved for its late-night robatayaki and sushi menus, Umami is operating under reduced hours (it’ll be closing at 10 p.m. for the time being)—but still definitely worth a visit!
Learn more: http://umamipgh.com
Offering: Dine-in with reservation
Style: Small plates
Spork offers a unique small plates menu centered around house-made pastas and charcuterie—the house-smoked brisket ravioli is a must-try.
Learn more: http://sporkpittsburgh.com/
Offering: Takeout, dine-in with reservation
Style: Italian cafe
DiAnoia’s is a favorite for its diversity—it offers sandwiches complete with house-made bread, Italian specialities, and delectable breakfasts, too.
Learn more: https://www.dianoiaseatery.com/
Led by acclaimed chef Justin Severino, Morcilla is currently offering a curbside menu, plus grill kits for special occasions.
Learn more: http://www.morcillapittsburgh.com/
Style: Traditional and American Chinese
Bring your appetite (or a few friends) to Chengdu for some traditional Chinese specialities, complete with a little heat.
Learn more: https://www.chengdugourmetpittsburgh.com/
Gaucho Parrilla Argentina
Style: South American specialities
Gaucho serves up wood fire-grilled meats garnished with delicious South American spices and flavors.
Learn more: https://www.eat-gaucho.com/
Ready to Come Have Some Fun in Pittsburgh?
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