You know how much we love eating outside – we’ve already written about it twice (11 hangouts here and 58 (!!) here). But with new restaurants popping up, and old favorites adding outdoor seating, we just had to write about it again. #sorrynotsorry
Yes, we already mentioned Hitchhiker, but their Sharpsburg location has added an outdoor area. It’s perfect for a cold beer and grabbing something to eat from one of the rotating food trucks. We’ll meet you for a round of corn hole.
Between the city views, the drinks, and the food, Over Eden – one of Pittsburgh’s newest restaurants – is a must-visit. We have a few recommendations if you aren’t sure what to order, too.
The Pennsylvania Market
The Pennsylvania Market has multiple kitchens, bars, and vendors – and plenty of outdoor space in the courtyard. And, if all that wasn’t enough, they even have classes like an olive oil and vinegar tasting and wine 101.
Walter’s Southern Kitchen
Eating at Walter’s is like going to a BBQ at a friend’s house. There are porch swings, lawn games, and some killer food and drinks. Grab a table and plan to stay for a while.
The Vandal has been open for a while, but did you know they added outdoor seating? We aren’t totally sure what the “slightly extra cinnamon roll” is, but it sounds like it would taste even better in the sunshine.
Duncan Street Sandwich Shop
Duncan Street Sandwich Shop isn’t your typical sandwich joint – there’s no lunchmeat here. It’s focused on seasonal ingredients, with vegetarian and vegan options. We think in-season sandwiches taste better outside…don’t you?
Nothing goes better with nice weather than BBQ, and Spork Pit is just the place. We love their food so much that we even went when we *couldn’t* eat it outside…and that’s saying something.
We don’t know about you, but our Instagram feed has been blowing up lately with pics from Coughlin’s Law. We can’t say we’re surprised – with a location on Mt. Washington, it’s pretty Insta-worthy!
If you want homemade Italian food, wine on tap, and a beautiful outdoor patio, Piazza Talarico is holding a table for you. We’ll call ahead to order the Baked Maccheroni, family-style.
Pizzeria Davide is the pizza window at the back of DiAnoia’s. It’s technically take-out and delivery only, but they have some picnic tables and that counts as outdoor seating, right? But seriously, we’ll eat their pizza pretty much anywhere.This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.