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1. The Original Hot Dog Shop3901 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh
2. Bloomfield Sandwich Shop4613 Liberty Ave, Pittsburgh
3. Ritter's Diner5221 Baum Blvd, Pittsburgh
4. The Pub Chip Shop1830 East Carson Street, Pittsburgh
5. Aiello's2112 Murray Avenue, Pittsburgh
6. Caliente Pizza & Draft House4624 Liberty Ave, Pittsburgh
7. Primanti Brothers46 18th St, Pittsburgh
You can order an entire lunch tray covered in french fries. An entire tray!
This tiny shop along Liberty Avenue in the heart of Bloomfield is the best kind of greasy-spoon. Open for breakfast and lunch during the week, and late into the night on weekends, it’s a neighborhood favorite. Ordering a breakfast sandwich, with two eggs your way on grilled bread, will be a perfect remedy for Monday morning or late Saturday night.
Enjoy some delicious pancakes 24-hours a day while listening to a sweet on-table juke box.
This UK-inspired eatery is known for their delicious meat pies.
Aiello's serves the best whole pizzas in Pittsburgh, hands down.
This place knows whats up. What goes better with beer than pizza? Nothing. With more than 20 beers on tap, and a menu detailing each one's aromas, flavors, and hoppiness, you will never be lead astray.
Primanti Brothers sandwiches are as iconic as Pittsburgh food comes, and the caloric empire all began with a humble food stop slinging sandwiches to truckers in the 1930s. The must-order Almost Famous Sandwich has equally humble beginnings: when a food transporter feared his potatoes may have been ruined by the cold, he asked the kitchen to fry some up to test them. Customers quickly asked for the fried potatoes inside their sandwiches, and a tradition was born: the addition of a pile of french fries to sliced tomatoes, tart coleslaw and your choice of meat (from pastrami to roast beef) between thick slices of Italian bread. Come hungry, because these things are gigantic. And you want to leave room for the wings, cheese-drenched fries and beer, don't you? This flagship location, marked with an old-time neon sign, has been the deli's home since 1933, long before the brand expanded up and down the East Coast.