The best pasta in Pittsburgh? We put together a list of some of the places that serve a simple dish—spaghetti. If you have a favorite, let us know in the comments and you may see it in a future post. Happy eating!
Savory squid ink spaghetti, melt-in-your-mouth salmon cream sauce, fresh salmon and anchovy-garlic breadcrumbs make for a deliciously savory meal. Pair with a chilled glass of white wine for the perfect date night meal (just don’t kiss afterward with the anchovies!).
A housemade spaghetti pasta is served with an incredible tomato sauce. Head to this joint on Butler Street in Lawrenceville for the perfect comfort food during this frigid winter we’ve been having.
Once featured on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, Big Jim’s on the edge of Greenfield is the perfect Pittsburgh dive. It also happens to serve incredible pasta dinners. Their spaghetti and meat sauce dinner comes with the option for meatless sauce. The dinner is served with salad, coleslaw and garlic toast. There’s also an option to add two meatballs, one piece of hot sausage, mushrooms or a slice of melted provolone for $2.99 each.
If you’re not a fan of red sauce, this Strip District eatery has a great dish. The spaghetti al limone comes with rock shrimp, a lemon sauce and paddlefish caviar. Take home some fresh baked goods from their pasticceria and you will have the perfect day of incredible food.
Sorrento’s spaghetti with meatballs is a simple yet amazing dish. They even offer delivery, so if you’re craving the Italian dish it’s just a quick click away online from this Oakland eatery.
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