Pittsburgh, PA, November 11, 2014: Pittsburgh Restaurant Week is excited to unveil our winter celebration, taking place January 12-18th, 2015. This season Pittsburgh Restaurant Week encourages diners to enjoy innovative dishes and fine dining while celebrating “New Dishes for the New Year.” All participating restaurants will be offering three-course fixed-price meals or $20.15 specials.
At this time, restaurants participating this season include Arpino Trattoria, Avenue B, Bigham Tavern, Bocktown Beer and Grill, Butcher and the Rye, Cioppino Restaurant & Cigar Bar, City Oven, Double Wide Grill South Side, Eighty Acres Kitchen & Bar, Grand Concourse, Green Forest Churrascaria, Habitat, Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse, Isabela On Grandview, Kaleidoscope Cafe, La Palapa – Mexican Gourmet Kitchen, Lola Bistro, Matteo’s, Meat & Potatoes, Nine on Nine, NOLA on the Square, Patrick’s Pub and Grille, Osteria 2350, Paris 66, Root 174, Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Seviche, Sirena Taco Joint & Bar, Sonoma Grille, Tamari Restaurant Lawrenceville, Tender Bar + Kitchen, Terrace Room, Texas de Brazil, The Carlton, The Pittsburgh Melting Pot and Verde Mexican Kitchen & Cantina. Click here for the most up-to-date listing.
This year, restaurant week will offer a special preview weekend January 9-11th, following the kickoff party on January 8th. Restaurants will open up their doors and special menus to diners effectively extending their restaurant week experience to 10 days.
In the seventh restaurant week celebration under the direction of Brian McCollum, Pittsburgh Restaurant Week will host a special series of events leading up to the week of dining. This series includes a dish-preview Kickoff Party, invitational food blogger dinner and private Wrap Party with participating owners/chefs. Tickets for the kickoff party will soon be available.
Restaurants can find easy, online registration through the event website until December 31, 2014 for $150, as well as the opportunity to become a sponsor. Restaurants are encouraged to take this opportunity to reinforce their bonds with the community and celebrate the growing food culture in Pittsburgh.
The mission of Pittsburgh Restaurant Week is to highlight the wide-ranging dining options that Pittsburgh has to offer and bring individuals from surrounding boroughs or suburbs together and enjoy a dinner at a special discounted price. Pittsburgh Restaurant Week is a project of the Pittsburgh TasteBuds Ltd.
For additional details about Pittsburgh Restaurant Week, contact us.