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Where to dine in the Strip District
7 Restaurants You Have to Try in Pittsburgh's Strip District
The beloved Strip District is known for many things but mostly for its glorious food. Among its stores and street vendors, you will find anything from artisanal salt to olive oil taps to tortilla chips hot from the fryer and fresh cannoli. Lucky for us there are quite a few options in the Strip, ranging from authentic ethnic spots to fine dining. But there are other breakfast options just as tasty. Further afield, on Smallman St. Known for their local, seasonal and fresh food, the place really rocks on the weekends for brunch.
The 7 Restaurants You Have to Try in Pittsburgh's Strip District
A caffeine fix is easy to find. For many, lunch in the Strip is rooted in tradition. Iron Born Pizza , a veteran of the restaurant incubator known for its Detroit-style goodies, now has a permanent spot on Smallman Street. Though the Strip is certainly at its peak during daylight hours, there are still plenty of places to grab a nice dinner. Try Savoy for upscale versions of classic American dishes, or Eleven for refined, modern American cuisine.
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