One of my favorite places, especially to entertain friends and family.
I visited Paris 66 for the first time with my wife. The atmosphere was classic French bistro- cozy, intimate, but with a buzz of happy eaters. I could see that a lot of people were regulars as they were greater by the friendly staff on a first name basis. Our waiter, from France with a thick Parisian accent, was helpful in guiding us through the menu. He recommended some dishes over others when we asked his opinion. When I inquired about a bottle of wine, he steered us to a bottle that was going to be added to the wine list the following week- it was a good choice that did not break the bank. The entire experience was fresh and delightful and we will be adding Paris 66 to our "approved" bucket list of restaurants. Magnifique.
We dine at Paris 66 three or four times a year and always find the food and ambiance to be excellent! The staff is very friendly, non-intrusive and generally excellent. On this Saturday evening visit he waitstaff was very busy but still managed to do admirable job. A visit to Paris 66 comes close to dining at an upscale Parisian bistro!
Had a great time at Paris 66, very good tasty food exactly as you would eat in France!
Our outing at Paris 66 was wonderful! The food was delicious, and the atmosphere was comfortable and welcoming. My daughter said that this was the best food that she’s had since her trip to France last summer! Paris 66 made our first time in Pittsburgh memorable :)
First time there, we will be back. Relaxing atmosphere with exceptional service. Reminds me of many bistros we dined at in France. Exceptional food. We will return.
Really lovely birthday celebration meal here. The wait staff are super friendly and even though they will greet you and speak to you in French, they are more than happy to switch to English. Food was fantastic and the atmosphere quiet and elegant.
I absolutely love this place. One of the best restaurants in Pittsburgh. The staff is so friendly and helpful and after a while you feel like you may actually have been swept off to Paris for an evening. There is a great outdoor patio as well. Winner every time.
Amazing experience and amazing food. The employees are so welcoming too.
Another lovely lunch with friends at Paris66! Hard to rate ambiance as we were probably the loudest table there, but it's a nice spot for lunch or dinner. Can't wait to go back!
Staff is very welcoming and friendly. Atmosphere is warm and cozy. Food was excellent and nice portions.
The Paris 66 crepe is my favorite!
Paris 66 is my favorite restaurant in Pgh. Renaud and Anne-Marie are exceptional hosts, making me feel welcome with every visit. And the food is perfect....a delicious treat every time.
Overall the experience wasn’t too bad although my wife’s dinner could have been warmer. While my entree was very good the portions were very small especially for the special of the day. I would like to try it again but my wife isn’t so sure
Really enjoyed our evening with Renaud. The atmosphere of the evening was really great. Renaud was engaged and encouraged our choices throughout the meal. We look forward to going back soon.
The restaurant was cozy, the food was fantastic and it was sooo nice not to have loud music or a tv blaring.
Can't go wrong at this restaurant. Always good and always enjoyed by all!
This was just like the bistros we experienced in Paris. What a lovely find in the city. Will return frequently.
There were five of us at the table. We ordered 4 appetizers and 4 entrees. Of all of these, only the steak tartare was excellent. Everything else, save for the beef liver was either meh or fine. The liver was over cooked and inedible.
The service was friendly but very slow.
the absolute worst meal i ever had in pgh
overpriced garbage mussels were dry and rubbery frits were so crisp you couldn't chew them
liver was drowned in a horrible sauce
fish was so salty it was inedible
wine was ok but very overpriced
bread was an joke in a french restaurant
We've been there for brunch before, and had a great experience this time.
Best lamb I’ve ever had! Everything was exquisite!
This was the first time having lunch there—and the food was disappointing. Usually dinners there are 5 stars!! We had a Niçoise salad hat had two large hunks of grilled tuna that were tasteless and unappealing. Was surprised. The foie gras was cold when it was brought to the table and the asparagus soup was unadorned and just so-so. As I say, I’d recommend Paris 66 for dinner any time. Not so much for lunch. Maybe this was a fluke.
We went to Paris 66 for a special occasion, and we will go back again for sure. Out third visit. We agree that in Pittsburgh it is the best French food. Practically the only real French, now that Pommier has closed. It is expensive; our meal included aperitifs for each of us, we split an appetizer, split a carafe of wine, each had premium entrees, and then dessert with dessert drinks. And two bottles of Badoit water (hard to find in Pittsburgh). All was excellent to outstanding. The French martini is really special. Great magret de canard, great rack of lamb. That was $198 plus tax and tip. Service was good, but not very French. The atmosphere is terrific with soft classic French music. There are tablecloths, covered with paper, and real napkins. The plates and tableware are fine, but not exceptional.
This used to be a nice spot, but it's become tired and overpriced. Had lunch (and noticed there were only 6 people in the restaurant) there and don't think there is anything particularly unique about the menu. Despite the fact the restaurant was empty, every single server was ignoring the tables, instead staying huddled near the kitchen without taking care of customers. Weird. Took forever to get the bill. I used to be a loyal fan, but now I'm going to switch to Casbah for a nice lunch. Same neighborhood, same price point, but just an overall better experience. (Plus, the $27 steak salad at Paris 66 is total rip-off; the $18 jumbo lump crab at Casbah is killer!)
Paris 66 cocktail is the best!
The food was very tasty and presented beautifully. we were seated on the covered deck which was very warm and cozy.
Enjoyed the casual French experience in Pittsburgh.
I am strongly inclined to think we hit Paris 66 on a bad night. The server was very nice and good at moments, but so inattentive to our table that she surely sold less wine and food than she otherwise would have. The frog legs and the scallops were stunning. An effort at a classic gallette was disappointingly dry. My fish was superb in some ways, particularly the sauce, but when mixed with rice that was quite dry, it was again, less than pleasing. The desserts, the crepe in particular, were superb. Overall, I think the service was the most disappointing. Just took too long to get back to our table to provide service too many times and made the overall night not what we would expect from the price point, or really any price point. It was so good in other ways that we plan to return, but this was not a great first introduction.
Fantastic service, authentic cuisine, left satisfied.
Not the best service, but good food overall
One of the best restaurant experiences we've ever had in Pittsburgh. Delightful, friendly service. Exceptional food.
Paris 66 is always the best! Renaud is such a delight!
The biggest issue I had was the food. I ordered coq au vin and while the sauce was very good - coq au vin it was not!!! It was cooked chicken with sauce poured over it not slow cooked in the sauce as it should be. This resulted in chicken that was VERY DRY!!! One bite and I sent back the plate a it was impossible to enjoy and hard to get down it was so dry. Also my potatoes were very underdone-raw in the middle. My BF had the lamb rack special - it was mediocre at best. Very thin cuts, and definitely over cooked. Especially for us, we wanted to order rare but were told no so he opted for med rare and it was definitely med well at least. No real flavor at all - we honestly make better at home☹️. Although our server was nice the timing of service was not good - by the time we got our entree wine pairings my BF had just about finished his meal. And the price...... OMG ..... his poorly cooked lamb was $50!!!! We don’t mind a big tab for a nice night out but this was NOT WORTH IT at all, totally ruined our late Vday date nite. As for the decor, we sat on the patio- it was outdated, uninteresting. Though they did have it heated very warmly.
We had a wonderful dining experience . Fantastic food, service and ambiance.
Great food, and great service. A great restaurant for romantic night out.
Great food and wine, wonderful, efficient , pleasant service.
Sat on enclosed heated patio, temperature was variable, had to put jacket off and on, but the table was nice.
Lovely meal on Valentine’s Weekend. I had the salmon stew, my husband had the duck, and we split La Raclette crepe to start. Crepe was delicious, but a mistake as a starter. If I did it again, I’d have a crepe and then just a salad, because as s GF diner it was a treat to be able to order crepes at all. Our entrees were delicious and our waitress brought me plain mini crepes in place of dinner rolls. We finished with divine macarons and I don’t dish out praise on that cookie lightly because my sister’s are the gold standard. A lovely meal all around, even if I almost needed a winch to hoist myself out of my chair at its conclusion. Would definitely return!
We dined for Valentine's Day and greatly enjoyed the whole experience. Our waiter, Renaud, was friendly and attentive. The menu had some great selections to choose from, but when I saw that Beef Wellington was on their special Valentine's Day menu, I had to try it. The beef was very tender and seasoned well, wrapped with a nice, flaky pastry. My boyfriend enjoyed the salmon stew, which came with a nice portion of fish in a rich, creamy broth. Both specials came with a complimentary glass of sparkling wine. Overall, we had a wonderful experience and can't wait to dine again for a future special occasion.
We really enjoyed our dinner for Valentines Day. The restaurant is beautiful, you really feel like you are in a bistro in Paris. The service and food were outstanding! I was thrilled they had beef wellington on the special menu. It was delicious and you can’t find it very often. Thank you Paris 66 for the great evening.