Everyone knows and loves Pittsburgh Restaurant Week…but what if you live outside the city? It can be challenging to fight traffic and find parking sometimes, and that’s why we’re so excited to tell you that Greensburg is having their own Restaurant Week from August 19 – 25!

Greensburg Restaurant Week is organized by Think Greensburg. Think Greensburg is a non-profit organization established to assist the City of Greensburg with the redevelopment and revitalization of downtown Greensburg.

If you’ve never participated in a restaurant week, the concept is pretty simple (and delicious). Participating restaurants offer a prix fixe menu of lunch and/or dinner specials – so you can eat out for a fixed price – that’s usually reduced from normal prices. This year, you can find restaurants that range from casual to fine dining during Greensburg Restaurant Week.

Bar Nine

Greensburg Restaurant Week Bar Nine
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Bar Nine is the only Gastro Pub in the Greensburg restaurant scene, so this is the perfect chance to check them out! They’re serving up everything from flatbreads to burgers, seafood to filet. And their cocktails…well, we’ll be sipping on an Elderflower Gin Mule, thank you.

Café Marchand at the Westmoreland

Located within the Westmoreland Museum of Art, Café Marchand is another new Greensburg restaurant. They feature a rotating seasonal menu with dishes like hot soup, quiche, sandwiches, and pastries that you can enjoy with your coffee, beer, or wine. Bonus: they have live music on Fridays during the summer!

Caffe Barista

Greensburg Restaurant Week Caffe Barista
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Caffe Barista has been around for over 20 years, and it’s no surprise since they’re making their fresh baked goods daily. That doesn’t mean they always make the same old things, though! They’re constantly creating fresh, new items for you, whether you take it to go or sit and enjoy the cozy atmosphere.

DeGennaro’s Restaurant and Lounge

Greensburg Restaurant Week DeGennaro's
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If you’ve ever wanted to be a regular at a place where everyone knows your name, DeGennaro’s is the restaurant for you. They’re celebrating their 20th anniversary of making high quality Italian and American dishes, without the high prices. Take a break from your worries…they’ll be glad you came!


Greensburg Restaurant Week J.Corks
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Looking for modern American cuisine with a casual atmosphere, patio seating, and live entertainment on Saturdays? J.Corks has you covered! You can also enjoy their cocktail lounge or fire-side dining room to learn why they were voted best steak, most romantic, and best seafood in 2019.

Marino’s American Eatery

Greensburg Restaurant Week Marino's American Eatery
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Marino’s is a family-friendly restaurant and bar with 16 beers on tap – focused on local craft breweries, of course. They’re also serving up hand crafted cocktails created by Joshua Jones and a unique, delicious menu with dishes made fresh in-house daily by Chef Patrick Conway. And you can get a crowler of your favorite beer to-go after you’re done watching the game on their big screens.

The Old Spitfire Grille

Greensburg Restaurant Week The Old Spitfire Grille
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We think we’ll feel right at home at a restaurant where the motto is “never leave a good time in search of a good time”! The Spitfire offers classic American fare with a contemporary twist using locally sourced organic produce and meats. Protip: their outdoor patio faces west, so you can enjoy a beautiful sunset over the Laurel Highlands while you enjoy your meal.

The Rialto

Greensburg Restaurant Week The Rialto
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The Rialto is in the heart of the downtown Greensburg cultural district. With classics for the whole family, you’ll quickly understand why they were voted Best Bar in Greensburg. Oh, and their Rueben is award-winning…so we’ll save you a seat.

This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.
Lauren Roberts

Lauren loves all things Pittsburgh and all things food! When she's not checking out a new restaurant, you can find her in the kitchen trying a new recipe, working on her photography, or out on a bike ride exploring the city.

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