Moving around the Steel City can be a fantastic experience for foodies and foodie wannabes. If you think Pittsburgh is only an industrial town, think again. Within the past several years, Pittsburgh has become a gastronomical delight.

If you’re moving to Pittsburgh soon, planning a weekend visit, or simply need a night out on the town, then we’ve got a prime list for you to go exploring.

When you’re craving breakfast food for dinner, you’ll feel right at home at . Look for the Pittsburgh-style favorites such as the Famous Grilled Cinnamon Roll, served with vanilla ice cream or the Eggs Benedict Pittsburgh Style which comes with kielbasa and pierogies. Brunch-lovers can taste-test traditional favorites at one of three greater Pittsburgh locations: North Hills, The Strip District, and Warrendale. Contact to learn more: 412-232-EGGS (3447).

Bring your hearty appetite to enjoy a gigantic Primanti’s Bros. sandwich in the Pittsburgh Strip District (plus many other locations). Often topped with fries, coleslaw, and tomatoes, the menu offers more of an experience than just a meal. Located at 46 18th Street, Pittsburgh, Primanti’s Bros. has been in the sandwich business since 1933. You can even ship them nationwide to a Pittsburgh native near you. Contact to learn more: 412-263-2424.

For a trip to the southside, check out Hofbrauhaus, especially as the weather warms to dine outside. Think of it as traditional German food, with an American flair. Whether it’s a traditional Bavarian favorite like schnitzel or bratwurst, or one of the best burgers around, or apple strudel to cap it off, you’re sure to find something you love. College Night is another annual tradition (voted #1 College Night in Pittsburgh!) and takes place on May 18 this year, featuring live music and special menu selections. Located at 2705 South Water St., Pittsburgh. Contact to learn more: 412-224-2328.

For more outdoor vibes this spring, grab your friends for some sweet tunes and delicious drinks at The Porch! Every Thursday from 6-9 p.m. is Acoustic Night! Stop by to enjoy live music from local artists as you savor your favorite scratch-made dishes and thoughtfully-crafted food, made with the freshest locally sourced ingredients. You’ll find The Porch at Siena and in Schenley Plaza, 221 Schenley Dr., Pittsburgh. Contact to learn more: 412-687-6724.

Leaning toward an Italian place? Whether you're craving gourmet meatballs, wood-fired pizza, house-made charcuterie, or a drink on the rooftop with a fantastic view of the city, you can find it at Sienna Mercato. The best part is that this place has three unique but complementary restaurants in one. The 1st Floor — Emporio: A Meatball Joint; 2nd Floor — Mezzo: Pizza, Pasta & Charcuterie; and 3rd Floor — Il Tetto: Rooftop Beer Garden. The beer and wine garden is open year ‘round thanks to its retractable glass ceiling with magnificent views of Pittsburgh’s skyline. Guests can find this restaurant “marketplace” at 942 Penn Ave. Contact to learn more: 412-281-2810.

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