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Pittsburgh Restaurant Guide
Stylish and inviting Tamari, along bustling Butler Street in the Lawrenceville neighborhood, serves creative Asian-Latin fusion cuisine
photo by Andrew Collins
Pittsburgh is a straightforward restaurant city, whose strengths include the German and Eastern European cuisines of its many 19th-century immigrants, plus great burgers, diner fare, and other no-nonsense foods. However, a spate of trendy new restaurants have opened here in recent years, ushering in a wave of kitchen creativity, and an emphasis on produce and sustainable ingredients from the western Pennsylvania region.