Valentine’s Day Dining in Pittsburgh

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The most romantic thing you can ever do for me is buy me food – Anonymous

One of the most romantic ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day is to dine with your special someone. We’ve asked co-workers, friends, and family for their recommendations of where is the best place to take your Valentine in the area. Although unscientific, we’ve compiled this list of 14 of the area’s most love-inspiring dining spots—one for each day of February leading up to the big day. As Valentine’s Day is one of the most popular days to dine out, don’t forget to make your reservation early!

 

Altius

Mt. Washington

It doesn’t get more romantic than dining atop Mt. Washington. If the view from Altius doesn’t set your hearts soaring, then its seasonally inspired, locally sourced menu will.

Andrew’s Steak and Seafood

River’s Casino-North Shore

 You’ll feel as wealthy as Andrew Carnegie when you dine at Andrew’s Steak and Seafood inside the Rivers Casino. In addition to beautiful views of the city, Mt. Washington, and the river, Andrew’s offers fresh seafood and delectable steaks fit for a tycoon.

The Carlton

Downtown Pittsburgh

If you enjoy dining in style with white linen tablecloths, attentive wait staff and fine cuisine, then The Carlton will fulfill your Valentine desires. The menu and wine list are extensive and are a few of the reasons diners have been frequenting The Carlton for more than 30 years.

Casbah

Shadyside

Looking to thrill your Valentine with exceptional Mediterranean cuisine? Then grab your date and ask them to come with “ze to the Casbah.” The year-round heated garden gives an al fresco feel even in February, and the inside dining room is hip and exotic, making for a memorable dining experience that your Valentine won’t soon forget.

Gran Canal

Sharpsburg

It’s all about love on Valentine’s Day, and at the Gran Canal, husband and wife Michele and Antoinette Bonaventura, owners of this restaurant, share a love of food and of introducing their fine cuisine to customers. All dishes are made fresh daily and are cooked to order.

Grand Concourse

Station Square

Inside the Grand Concourse with its marble pillars, stained-glass ceiling, and grand staircase, one would almost expect The Great Gatsby to squire Daisy Buchanan here. The beauty of the interior of the preserved Pittsburgh and Lake Erie Railroad Station is only eclipsed by the scrumptious seafood, steaks, and poultry. Situated on the Monongahela River, it has a spectacular view of Pittsburgh’s skyline.

Il Burloni

Scott Township

Located in the Scott Towne Center off Greentree Road, Il Burloni is a small gem of an Italian restaurant. The family-owned restaurant provides delicious cuisine in its cozy dining. The establishment is BYOB so be sure to bring your own libations if you want to wine, as well as dine, your Valentine.

Melting Pot

Station Square

What can be more romantic than sharing food with your valentine? At Melting Pot, you can indulge in a variety of fondues including several types of chocolate fondues such…

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