Pittsburgh Winter Restaurant Week is coming and it’s basically like a sale at your favorite restaurants. From January 15th-21st. At first it may seem like no big deal but Pittsburgh Restaurant Week winter or summer is entirely a big deal to foodies who want to ball on a budget. Who doesn’t like good food for a good price?
This is not a drill! You can get a three course meal at some of your favorite restaurants like Eddie V’s Prime Seafood, Meat and Potatoes, and Nola on the Square for less than forty bucks. It’s not math… It’s a simple no brainer. Last year I enjoyed a delicious three course seafood meal for less than forty dollars. Dessert was memorable and the wine paired well with the experience. Dozens of Pittsburgh restaurants participate in restaurant week and rather you’re enjoying your favorite spot or finding a new one, restaurant week is the perfect time to do it.
Restaurant Week has their own menu so don’t wait to get a table at your favorite spot as after restaurant week the specials and even some of the dishes are gone for good. Restaurant Week is the perfect time for chefs and foodies to experiment.
Enjoy the crowd as there’s a reason restaurants are booked solid for this week. Last year I tried to get a reservation at Tako and it was like The Hunger Games and the odds were not in my favor. Booking early is the key to getting a seat at some of the most delicious restaurants in town.
This year I’m thinking of giving City Works Restaurant and Bar a try and paying one of my favs Six Penn Kitchen a visit. What’s on your list?
Stay turned to Pittsburgh Restaurant Week’s website for menu updates and more as the menus are still being updated.