5 Must-Try Meals for Pittsburgh Restaurant Week Winter 2014

  1. Savory Hill: I’m convinced that this eclectic bistro should be a destination for restaurant week.  While it does require a short drive toward Robert Morris University, the four course offering for only $25.14 seems too good to pass up.  Plus, for an additional $20.14, you get each dish paired with specially selected wines.  The Mini Bite Sampler will likely be my starters though the soup du jour may supersede depending.   The Small Pizza Chop Salad sounds right up my alley, since I’m not a huge fan of goat cheese anyway.  I anticipate the Petite Slow Braised Short Rib to be the king of the meal.  If I have any room after those three courses, the chef will surely have something sweet with the French wine dessert pairing.


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