Here are some last-minute dining ideas for Valentine's Day.
Ava Cafe + Lounge to open next week.
At Thai Hana in Oakland the odd-looking sushi rolls are scrumptious, and the noodle soup a pleasant repast for a sore throat.
Even with average fare, Point Brugge offers a recipe for success.
Well-crafted pizzas and subs make for one more destination in Beechview.
Bosnian food at this Dormont deli is sure to please.
Open Hearth Cooking classes, Osteria closes and Beer Fest set for 4/12.
Ka Mei has a compelling menu, loyal clientele and some of the best Chinese food in an area bustling with new Asian restaurants.
The Thai restaurant in Ross is a warm eatery that offers a cozy respite from the cold.
This Greensburg cafe had Munch at the mere mention of a "Pierogie Hoagie."
At the new Downtown hot spot, the food takes a back seat to the drinks and the scene
When displaced Pittsburghers return here, they bring with them a list of go-tos that are quintessential Pittsburgh.
Decoding meaty dishes on Pittsburgh menus is just a matter of a few definitions.
Nu, a Jewish bistro in squirrel hill, sets its sights on pleasing the neighborhood crowd.
The Mt. Lebanon restaurant provides smooth service in a handsome setting. The kitchen turns out fine dishes, but some edits would help.
The ambitious Asian-Latin fare at Tamari, an anchor in Lawrenceville, may sometimes misfire, but the service and design are superb.
At Verde, the tequilas and the tasting menus are terrific.
Davio Restaurant in Beechview has closed; Zombie dinner; Brooklyn Mash coming.
Simple dishes done well and warm service define North Side restaurant.
Tucked inside the Indian Community Center, the efficient and authentic restaurant is gaining in popularity.
Il Pizzaiolo has already become a marquee restaurant in Market Square with perhaps the city's best pizza. Too bad the servers don't match.
The restaurant more than satisfies with skillful cooking, fine service, great view.
Casa Rasta changing the beat in city's Beechview neighborhood.
The restaurant, owned by Markay Harlan, is the sibling to nine-year-old SiBA Tuscan Grill & Wine Bar next door.
At her new location in Squirrel Hill, the charming owner and chef Radwa Ibrahim visits every table mid-meal to greets diners.
The spruced-up Shadyside stalwart needs some fine-tuning.
The underground dining room adjacent to Reyna Foods in the Strip District serves authentic food from three regions south of the border.
A glutton's feast at Texas de Brazil.
The Kitchen on Main: A new eatery serving casual lunch and dinner in the Laurel Highlands
Seafood in a strip mall? It works at Rumfish Grille in Collier, fueling the trend of suburban restaurants with an urban vibe.
Lydiah's Coffee House is in an unassuming storefront on Grant Street that serves coffee, tea and muffins in a space that holds a few tables.
While still finding its footing, this elegant space in Lawrenceville brings together stellar bartenders for an ambitious concept.
Chef David Racicot's determination to present elegant cuisine with fine service pays off.
It's the latest Asian restaurant to open in Squirrel Hill, and it features skins, bones and exotic ingredients.
As Market Square dining scene grows, Sienna Sulla joins two other solid Italian spots, each offering something a little different.
The former chef Sarafino's takes a red sauce-meets-steakhouse menu to Butler Street.
The Original Oyster House, Avenue B, Penn Avenue Fish Company, Dish Osteria, Spoon and Nied's Hotel: fish dishes not just for Lent.
Nicky's Thai Kitchen introduces regional dishes Downtown.
The Station Square restaurant offers some stunning views, but the food is not divine, says PG restaurant critic Melissa McCart.
The restaurant in Oakland looks uninviting, but the food keeps customers coming back.
Girasole remains a dining stalwart in Shadyside
Up Modern Kitchen, the upstairs restaurant from restaurateur Gregg Caliguiri that had been Walnut Grill, is a chef-driven place.
Though Dish Osteria and Bar is 12 years old, the South Side place remains engaging and even progressive.
Refinement and predictability attract an interesting mix of patrons to Habitat, the fine-dining restaurant in the Fairmont Pittburgh.
Center Plate in McMurray dishes nostalgia.
Steel Cactus Authentic Mexican Restaurante and Cantina in Shadyside offers a survey of Mexican staples -- and ample opportunity to get
Lola Bistro offers resonant neighborhood dining in Allegheny West.
Neither wild nor Alaskan, Wild Alaskan Grille serves fresh seafood and inconsistency.
The Greeks have given us many things, but for Munch, the greatest contribution will always be the food of the region.
New Kaya chef Benjamin Sloan gets his legs.