Shadyside is full of restaurants of all different cuisines. There’s French, Italian, Japanese, Mediterranean and more. Most are intimate and cozy and perfect for a date night or some fun with a small group of friends.
1. Paris 66 Bistro
Voted Pittsburgh’s best French restaurant and wait staff in 2014, Paris 66 Bistro serves quintessential French fare. There’s an escargot appetizer, crepes, filet mignon and frites and more. More information on Paris 66 Bistro can be found HERE.
The family-friendly gelato and Neapolitan pizza shop has a mouthwatering menu. The bianca pizza is an amazing white pizza, with mozzarella, sliced tomato, garlic, basil, parmigiano and extra virgin olive oil. There are dozens of gelato flavors for every palate, from black cherry bordeaux to tiramisu and everything in between. Read our Mercurio’s Review. More information on Mercurio’s can be found HERE.
The cozy third-floor Japanese restaurant is a great place for a casual and fun date. Sushi include tuna, yellowtail and salmon rolls and there are also Umi specials like salmon tartare and kobe with wasabi truffle oil. More information on Umi can be found HERE.
The intimate Noodlehead features noodle dishes inspired by the street markets of Thailand. Prepare for your night out—Noodlehead is cash only and BYOB. There’s not a corkage fee but they do charge 50 cents per person recycling fee. More information on Noodlehead can be found HERE.
Casbah Mediterranean Kitchen & Wine Bar is one of Shadyside’s best places to eat. There’s even a Saturday and Sunday brunch with a Mediterranean twist. There’s lamb and eggs, sea scallop fry and a Casbah burger served on a potato roll. More information on Casbah can be found HERE.
Find more great places to eat on our Pittsburgh Restaurants page!