Those in the East End know that the food scene in East Liberty has exploded over the last few years. Spoon is one of the original high-end restaurants in the area and has continued to be a premier dining location for almost ten years. For an upscale night out, Spoon offers a sophisticated city ambiance and extensive food and drink options.

Spoon Pittsburgh Restaurant Week
Photo Credit: Spoon, Facebook

The first thing we love about Spoon is the location. Located at the intersection of Highland and Centre Ave., there’s plenty of street parking and proximity to other restaurants and bars. You can’t miss Spoon’s entrance with these doorknobs.  

Spoon Pittsburgh Restaurant Week
Photo Credit: Spoon, Facebook

We highly recommend Spoon for a date night or classy dinner with friends. The menu provides everything you need for a nice night out. Try confit duck, grilled octopus, or a tuna roll to start. Spoon offers a few vegetarian options in addition to the steak and seafood main dishes you might expect from a high-end eatery. 

Spoon Pittsburgh Restaurant Week
Photo Credit: Spoon, Facebook

Spoon is also a fun spot for drinks and apps. They have a broad wine list and have been recognized on more than one occasion by the Wine Spectator’s Award of Excellence. Spoon also has around eight cocktails to choose from, a variety of drafts, and a gin menu. Spoon is home to Pittsburgh’s Gin Club, so this is an ideal spot for gin lovers. 

Spoon Pittsburgh Restaurant Week
Photo Credit: Spoon, Facebook

Whether you’ve been meaning to try Spoon or it’s one of your East Liberty faves, you can get a taste during Pittsburgh Restaurant Week Winter 2020. From January 13-19, try Spoon’s Restaurant Week Special with a first course, entree and dessert. 

What restaurants are you looking forward to trying during Restaurant Week this winter? Let us know in the comments! 

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

A Pittsburgh transplant, Emily moved to the city in 2016. She loves traveling, training for races, finding new places to eat (all for you, MadeinPGH readers), doing anything in the cultural district, and volunteering with Pittsburgh Young Professionals. In addition to being a MadeinPGH contributor, she is the senior content marketer for a Fortune 500 supply chain solutions company.

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