International spots offer alternatives to turkey.
Gryos N’at may have the best gyro in Pittsburgh. At Brew Gentleman Beer Co. in Braddock, you can smell the grill from the parking lot. Music plays from a boombox.
These well-crafted gyros have real ground lamb and beef mixed with tomato, lettuce, tzatziki sauce and onion. Feta, peppers, hummus and olives are available toppings. They also have Greek salads and veggie platters with hummus, pita, stuffed grape leaves, olives, feta and roasted red peppers.
If you’re hungry, go with the Feast of Zeus. For $15, you can choose two from the menu: gyro, Greek salad, veggie platter or baklava.