Cure is something of a veritable haven for Pittsburgh's most serious carnivores. The menu is small, strictly seasonal, and built entirely of ingredients sourced locally in Western Pennsylvania. The cuisine is typically described as American with an urban-Mediterranean influence, and is served only a la carte, or via the chef's tasting menu (which comes with a beverage pairing option, for added class). The dishes range from beef tartare and grilled oyster snack plates to hefty carnivorous entrees like rosemary pork belly with espresso mustard -- it is fairly difficult to find a meat-less option on the menu. The space itself is filled with mismatched wooden planks, tasteful taxidermy busts donning flower crowns, and a white-tiled open kitchen, lending it just the modern-rustic feel that the meat and cheese heavy menu inspires.