The suburb of Sewickley has a small-town feel. There are plenty of delicious places to eat in the area too, serving anything from steaks to sushi. Here are just five of the many choices to grab a meal in the neighborhood.
1. 424 Walnut
The upscale New American restaurant serves sandwiches and salads for lunch and steaks and salmon for dinner. Desserts include coconut pie, bread pudding, mascarpone cheesecake and more. For more information on 424 Walnut, click HERE.
2. China Palace
China Palace has been a Sewickley staple for years. There’s hot and cold appetizers, traditional Chinese cuisine and a full sushi bar. The bar at China Palace is a fun place to stop in for a drink too, with wines, specialty drinks and martinis. For more information on China Palace, click HERE.
3. The Slippery Mermaid
With one other location in Florida, the Slippery Mermaid is a sushi joint with clever names for their rolls. There’s the “Angry Pirate,” “Steeler Pleaser” and “Freaky Mermaid” just to name a few. There are also plenty of options for those who don’t eat raw seafood, meat or poultry. For more information on The Slippery Mermaid, click HERE.
4. Sharp Edge Bistro Sewickley
Belgian and craft beers abound at this bistro. Typical pub food is served, like fried provolone wedges, nachos, wings and more. Monday through Friday, happy hour is 4:30-6:30 p.m. with specials like 1/2 off Belgian and craft drafts (excluding Mystery Beer), $1 off wine, liquor and cocktails and 65 cent buffalo bites. For more information on Sharp Edge Bistro Sewickley, click HERE.
5. The Sewickley Hotel
The Sewickley Hotel was built in the 1890s, serving as a respite for travelers headed to and from homes in what is now Sewickley Heights. It now serves as a restaurant serving American food like burgers, steaks, seafood and more. For more information on The Sewickley Hotel, click HERE.