Oakmont is a suburb of Pittsburgh with lots of great locally owned businesses. Here are five restaurants worth trying in Oakmont.
1. Oakmont Bakery
The longstanding bakery is home to some mouthwatering sweets. There’s breads and pies, cookies and cakes and plenty of seasonal fare. Holiday items include all the main ones like Christmas and Easter as well as Nurse’s Day, Cinco de Mayo and Groundhog Day. For more information on Oakmont Bakery, click HERE.
2. Chelsea Grille
The Chelsea Grille calls itself “Cheers” like, because when you go everyone knows your name. The casual dining restaurant features casual dining and cocktails. Chelsea Grille serves appetizers like fried zucchini, entrees like Maryland style crab cakes and a “man-sized” grilled cheese. For more information on the Chelsea Grille, click HERE.
3. The Pub at 333
The Pub at 333 has a weekday happy hour special Monday through Friday from 4-6 p.m. There are $3 off wine and craft cocktails, $2 beer on tap and $1 off bottles and cans. Expect typical pub fare like a meat and cheese board, pub nachos and more. They also serve nine different types of pizza. For more information on the Pub at 333, click HERE.
4. The Lot at Edgewater
The upscale American restaurant is also home to a cigar bar. Entrees include airline chicken and peppers, blackened mahi and lobster mac and cheese. The Lot at Edgewater has a tasty collection of boozy shakes like the cherry chocolate cake, made with Godiva liqueur, cherry heering, Luxardo cherry and grated chocolate. For more information on The Lot at Edgewater, click HERE.
5. Veltre’s Pizza
Veltre’s Pizza serves fresh homemade pies with toppings like fresh mushrooms, hot sausage and the traditional pepperoni or extra cheese. Veltre’s also makes buffalo wings, wedgies and calzones (the meatball is stuffed with pepperoni, ricotta and mozzarella). For more information on Veltre’s, click HERE.