Ah, comfort food. When the weather gets colder, we tend to gravitate toward these delicious options—macaroni and cheeses, hot chocolates, spaghetti and more. We found five great comfort food options in the ‘burgh. If you don’t see yours on this list, don’t fret. If this post is popular enough, you’ll see more! Let us know where you like to go for quality comfort food when the weather turns chilly. Here are a few places that serve great comfort foods in Pittsburgh!
1. Park Bruge’s Mac and Cheese
At this French-inspired restaurant, their slightly spicy, three cheddar cheese drenched dish is perfect for when you’re craving the cozy goodness of mac and cheese. It comes served in a ramekin dish where the cheese turns just crispy enough to peel off the sides of the bowl and eat its crunchy amazingness. For more information on Park Bruges, click HERE.
2. Café Moulin’s Nutella Hot Chocolate
When the weather is cold and blustery, hot chocolate always does the trick. Café Moulin’s warm and sweet European style Nutella hot chocolate is perfect for when you just can’t shake that hot chocolate craving. Pair it with one of their yummy crepes for the perfect meal. For more information on Café Moulin, click HERE.
3. Eat N’ Park’s Chicken Noodle Soup
Sure, some may disagree on this but there’s really nothing better than Eat N’ Park’s signature chicken noodle soup. It’s made from scratch every day and always comes with those huge, thick doughy noodles. When you just need to warm up after a chilly day, ending it with this soup is always a great idea. For more information on Eat N’ Park, click HERE.
4. Meat and Potatoes’ Pot Roast
This restaurant featuring classic comfort food makes a lovely pot roast perfect for those fall Sunday afternoons. Served with baby carrots, turnips, onions, parsnips, mashed potatoes and horseradish gremolata, it’ll have you coming back again and again this fall and winter! For more information on Meat and Potatoes, click HERE.
5. Brighton Hot Dog Shoppe’s Chili
Not only can you get Brighton Hot Dog Shoppe’s chili served traditionally, you can also get chili fries or pasta chili (which is really delicious!). Its simple recipe is perfect for those days where you just need some chili to get you through. For more information on the Brighton Hot Dog Shoppe, click HERE.