Pittsburgh August 16, 2017
These 7 Old Restaurants In Pittsburgh Have Stood The Test Of Time
Toast a delicious meal as you experience a piece of culinary history next time you go out for a meal. The following oldest restaurants in Pittsburgh (among many) have certainly stood the test of time thanks to timeless menus, cozy atmospheres, and friendly service.
1. Mitchell’s Restaurant – 304 Ross Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Sit down to a scrumptious homemade meal at Mitchell's Restaurant, a popular eatery since 1906. Dig into one the classics, such as Pop's Hot Beef, Caufield's Hot Mealoaf, or Joey Diven's Divine Turkey. Or, try one of the daily specials - the breaded cod, mac & cheese, and coleslaw on Saturday, for example.
2. Original Oyster House – 20 Market Square, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Experience a longstanding Pittsburgh tradition when you dine at the Original Oyster House in Market Square, a city staple for the last 147 years. The star of nearly 25 Hollywood movies, the quaint restaurant has also gained fame for its super-sized fish sandwiches. Try the famous fish sandwich, seafood platters, chicken tenders, or salmon burgers.
3. The Park House – 403 E. Ohio Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Pull up a chair at Park House, a popular Pittsburgh spot since 1933. Cheer on the Pens, the Steelers, or the Pirates as you enjoy such popular dishes as pita pizza, gyros, burgers, wraps, or hummus.
4. The Terrace Room – Omni William Penn Hotel, 530 William Penn Place, Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Dine at the charming Terrace Room at the Omni William Penn Hotel, a popular restaurant since 1916. Gaze at the portraits of Pittsburgh's history that adorn the walls as you dine on such dishes as Chilean Sea Bass, Amish chicken, and New York strip steak. Stop by the Terrace Room for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner.
5. Primanti Brothers – 46 18th Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Sink your teeth into a sandwich from one of Pittsburgh's oldest and most famous restaurants. Pittsburghers have flocked to Primanti Brothers since 1933 for their scrumptious sandwiches topped with fries and coleslaw. Order a popular sandwich such as the Pitts-burgher, the New Yorker, or the Capone.
6. Josza Corner – 4800 2nd Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15207
Dig into an authentic
and scrumptious Hungarian meal at Josza Corner, which opened in 1988. Peruse the menu that features such dishes as gulyas, haluska, Hungarian pancakes, and homemade soup.
7. Max’s Allegheny Tavern – 537 Suismon Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Visit Max's Allegheny Tavern, a popular restaurant since 1977, for a hearty meal with family and friends. Enjoy authentic German food and other favorites, such as Einlauf soup, bratwurst, corned beef and cabbage, and Max's goulash.
Which of these oldest restaurants in Pittsburgh is your favorite? For another memorable experience, stop by
Alfred’s Deli & Market.