Pittsburgh, PA, November 4, 2013: Extend your holiday celebration beyond New Year’s Day to include Pittsburgh Restaurant Week Winter 2014 from January 13-19. The week-long culinary celebration focuses on highlighting Pittsburgh food and dining across the region as restaurants offer week-long special menus, including three-course fixed-price meals or $20.14 specialty items.
Restaurant week is a time for the Pittsburgh community to celebrate the wealth of options in the dining scene by enjoying a wonderful meal at a participating restaurant at a discounted price. In return, Pittsburgh’s restaurants are celebrating their food, cuisine and livelihood. Their participation in Pittsburgh Restaurant Week demonstrates their dedication to and appreciation of the Pittsburgh community – a community that has supported their passion for food and dining.
Restaurants registered to celebrate the Winter 2014 celebration are: 51 wings, Arpino Trattoria, Bar Marco, Bigham Tavern, Bocktown Beer and Grill (2 locations), Braddock’s American Brasserie, Bridge Ten Brasserie, Butcher and the Rye, BZ’s Bar & Grill, Cioppino Restaurant & Cigar Bar, Cornerstone Restaurant, Domenico’s Ristorante, Donato’s, Fukuda, Girasole, Habitat, Ibiza Wine and Tapas, J Lynns Cafe, James Street Gastropub & Speakeasy, JGs Tarentum Station Grille, Kaleidoscope Cafe, Lola Bistro, Lombardozzi’s Restaurant, Mallorca Restaurant, Marisqueira Bistro, Matteo’s, Meat & Potatoes, Merante Brothers Market, Morton’s The Steakhouse, Nine on Nine, Osteria 2350, Pino’s Contemporary Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar, River City Grille, Sausalido, Savory Hill, Sharp Edge Bistro on Penn, Six Penn Kitchen, Skinny Pete’s Kitchen, Stone Neapolitan Pizzeria, Tamari Restaurant – Lawrenceville, Tender Bar + Kitchen, Terrace Room, Texas de Brazil, The Capital Grille, The Carlton, The Original Fish Market, The Porch at Schenley, The Wooden Nickel, Three Rivers Restaurant, Verde Mexican Kitchen & Cantina and Vivo Kitchen.
Restaurants still interested in participating can take advantage of easy, online registration through the event website for only $150. Restaurants are encouraged to take this opportunity to reinforce their bonds with the community and celebrate the burgeoning food culture in Pittsburgh.