Polish Hill is home to lots of fun and interesting restaurants. Here are four great eateries in the neighborhood worth checking out.
1. Rock Room
If you’re up for a night at a dive bar, you’ll love Rock Room. Drinks are of course what to get here but there are also great bar food specials (think burgers, fries and sandwiches). For more information on Rock Room, click here.
2. Kaibur Coffee
Kaibur serves delicious coffee from Elixr and vegan and vegetarian food and pastries. Try a vegan doughnut or a breakfast sandwich like the “Moonstruck,” an egg in a hole with one or two eggs and farm or gluten free bread, cheddar, avocado and a drizzle of spicy vegenaise. For more information on Kaibur Coffee, click here.
3. Pope’s Place
This classic Pittsburgh neighborhood bar is a popular place with locals. They have great drink deals like three dollar 22 oz. Coors Light Drafts during all Pens games. Food-wise, their chips and guac and jumbo soft pretzel are great. For more information on Pope’s Place click here.
The darkened, vintage hangout on Polish Hill has been serving up imported beer and food like a rich pierogi for years. Some have called Gooski’s onion rings the best in the city. Their honey barbecue wings are delicious too. For more information on Gooski’s, click here.