Here Are The 9 Dishes You Have To Eat In Pittsburgh Before You Die
Okay, fellow Pittsburghers, we all have our own family traditions, favorite dishes we always have at Thanksgiving dinner, or on the Fourth of July. But, there are some dishes that just about all Pittsburghers have tried – or must try – at least once in their lives. Full disclosure: Not all of the following are technically dishes in the traditional sense but they were added because, well, you’ll see why. Here are nine of the most popular Pittsburgh dishes you have to try before you die.
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Mmm..mmm..are you craving any of these popular Pittsburgh dishes yet? Which tasty treat is your favorite? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below! And if you know some famous restaurants in Pittsburgh we should feature, nominate them through our online form!
Hungry for more? You’ll find some of our famous dishes at these 10 food trucks often seen around Pittsburgh.
What are the most famous restaurants in Pittsburgh?
While it’s always fun to venture off the beaten path and shake up our routines, you can never go wrong with a meal from one of the famous restaurants in Pittsburgh. If you’ve never eaten at The Church Brew Works, you must add it to the top of your dining bucket list. This unique restaurant serves delicious burgers inside a gorgeous old church. There’s no other place quite like it! For some home-cooked goodness, visit Pamela’s Diner. From the breakfast dishes to the tasty lunch options, everything served here is absolutely delicious. Don’t skip out on this place! It’s worth going out of your way for.
What are some habits of people from Pittsburgh?
People from Pittsburgh are one-of-a-kind. In fact, some say we have our own unique way of living! For example, we always measure distance in minutes, and we often give directions using landmarks. We’ll put french fries on our sandwiches, and we’re incredibly loyal to our hometown sports teams. Of course, this is just the beginning! For more, check out our list of the 14 strange habits all people from Pittsburgh have.
What kind of food is Pittsburgh known for?
Pittsburgh is known for a wide variety of delicious eats. In addition to the iconic Philly Cheesesteak, this city is known for its magnificent Polish cuisine. Really, the pierogies in Pittsburgh are some of the best in the nation! You’ll also find wacky sandwiches, chipped ham, and tasty cabbage rolls. Which one is your favorite dish from Pittsburgh? Share your thoughts in the comments below!