Tips for Getting the Most out of Pittsburgh Restaurant Week

Excited to celebrate Pittsburgh Restaurant Week?  Here are some tips to ensure you get the most out of your restaurant week experience.

  • Make reservations early, many of the most popular restaurants get booked up. If making a reservation by phone, be sure to mention Pittsburgh Restaurant Week when booking.
  • Read menus and reviews of participating restaurants. Restaurant Week is a great opportunity to experience the diverse restaurants available in Pittsburgh. Some restaurants offer pre-fixed menus as their restaurant week special, others offer a flat discount.
  • Be aware that not all restaurants participating in Pittsburgh Restaurant Week offer the promotional menu at lunch AND dinner. When you make your reservation, you should confirm with the restaurant that they are participating in Restaurant Week. Some restaurants may have seats set aside for diners participating in the celebration.
Ever attended a restaurant week before, in Pittsburgh or elsewhere?  Share your experiences and tell everyone about it by commenting below.
Posted in Pittsburgh Restaurant Week 2012, Subfeature
One comment on “Tips for Getting the Most out of Pittsburgh Restaurant Week
  1. April says:

    Love, love restaurant week! I have been participating in this in Atlanta for years. The cost of the prix frix menus used to correspond with the year ( ie. in 1999 the meals were $19.99). What a bargain to try hopefully new favorite spots. Even though the cost has gone up, I still like to participate for similar reasons. Can’t wait to try a few of the Pittsburgh locations!

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