Pittsburgh February 05, 2017
The Pittsburgh Restaurant That’s One Of The Most Unique In America
It’s the age old question: Where do you want to go for dinner? Pittsburgh’s eclectic restaurant scene only heightens that dilemma. Next time you’re going back and forth with your family or friends about where to eat, consider trying Smallman Galley in Pittsburgh, one of the most unique dining experiences in the city.
The Strip District certainly has no shortage of delicious restaurants but one spot stands apart from the rest because of its unique concept. Four aspiring chefs are accepted into an 18 month training program that...
Teaches them all aspects of running a restaurant so, upon graduation, they are each ready to start a restaurant.
The chefs run their own restaurants, creating unique menus, at the Smallman Galley. The first class of chefs made their debut last January and is slated to graduate in June 2017.
Even the ordering process is unique at Smallman Galley. Choose the restaurant from which you want to order, place your order, and...
Find a seat in the galley, which features intimate seating for up to four diners, booths that sit up to six, and high top tables. When your meal is ready, you'll receive a text message.
Josephine's Toast, run by Chef Jacqueline Wardle, offers a dinner and brunch menu. Wardle's menu features Jo's BLT, roasted mushroom toasted cheese, shrimp and summer corn, and BBQ chicken.
Chef Jessica Lewis welcomes diners to Carota Cafe. Peruse the menu that's broken into categories, including plants, roots, animals, and eggs and features such dishes as arugula salad, octopus, smoked yams, and savory Dutch baby pancake.
Browse the eclectic menu of Chef Rafael Vencio's Aubergine Bistro. Dishes include kielbasa and kraut, shrimp and grits, roasted pork belly, and shrimp and squid ink pasta.
Chef Stephen Eldridge's Provision PGH offers such dishes as burgers, bahn mi, hummus, tostadas, and asparagus and eggs.
Smallman Galley also boasts a Coffee Bar, which serves coffee, espresso, and tea.
The Smallman Galley's restaurants welcome diners Tuesday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
54 21st Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
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