Who has the best soup in Pittsburgh? You could search far and wide to find out. Luckily… we’ve already done some of the work, and here is a list of a few of the restaurants with the best soup Pittsburgh has to offer. Whatever your taste, pair one of these delicious soups with your favorite salad, sandwich or bread and you’ve got a great meal. Here are 7 places to get delicious soup in Pittsburgh. Also, don’t forget to let us know your favorite soup and you may see it on a future post!
1. Wholey’s Lobster Bisque
Make the deliciousness at home with this ingredients pack two make four whole pounds of the popular soup. You’ll love it so much you might be heading back to the seafood specialists every week. More information can be found here.
2. Max & Erma’s Chicken Tortilla
There’s just something extra about this restaurant chain’s chicken tortilla soup. With just the right amount of spice and topped with cheese and tortilla strips, it’s the perfect way to warm up on a cold day. More information can be found here.
3. Tessaro’s Chili
This Bloomfield joint makes it with beef ground in-house. A cup will only set you back $5 and if you’re really hungry, a bowl is just $6. You also have the option of adding chopped onions, cheddar cheese or sour cream. More information can be found here.
4. The Capital Grille’s French Onion
This upscale downtown Pittsburgh restaurant serves incredible french onion soup. Their onions are always sweet and fresh made to rest under a blanket of cheese melted to absolute perfection. The broth is always impeccably salted and incredible. More information can be found here.
5. Deli on Butler’s Italian Wedding
12 oz. of this Lawrenceville deli’s wedding soup is only $3.50. Made exactly the way grandma used to whip up a batch, this is a great soup paired with one of the deli’s delicious soup and sandwich specials for only $7. More information can be found here.
6. Smallman St. Deli’s Matzo Ball
The Squirrel Hill location’s “Phyllis’ Matzo Ball Soup” is to die for. It will cure your cold or just feeling cold due to the late fall chill. This one’s a must-try. More information can be found here.
7. Thai Me Up’s Coconut Galangal
Located on the South Side, this traditional Thai soup is a tasty one. It’s made with chicken or vegetable in lemongrass and galangal (which is a type of spice) coconut soup. More information can be found here.
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