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An excellent restaurant. Not really on the way for me, but glad we took the time to check it out. Made for a really nice date night. The food was amazing, and though I know wine is what most people immediately jump to when thinking about French food I would definitely recommend trying out any of their amazing cocktails. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Excellent selection of seafood and wines. A bit on the expesnsive side but I would say worth the price for a high quality meal. Unique wine list with only US wines but very extensive. I was very pleased with the specials so many to choose from so opted for a nice grilled sea bass over a mushroom risotto and bacon wrapped asparagus YUM! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Located on Route 8, just outside of Butler, PA, the Hardwood Cafe has been a family operated staple in the area since 1990. Our sports bar and grille has become a favorite among restaurants in Butler PA due to our great atmosphere, friendly service, innovative dishes, and wood fired ovens that add a whole other dimension of flavor and taste.
With a loaded menu that includes appetizers, quesadillas, soups and salads, dinner entrees, sandwiches, pasta plates, gourmet pizzas, and specialty burgers, there’s truly something for everyone. Seasonal beer, fine wines, and awesome service round out the Hardwood Cafe experience – making us a favorite among Butler PA restaurants.More
Pittsburgh is a hardworking steel town on the western edge of Pennsylvania. It offers great football, museums, and hearty dining. You'll find plenty of historic cuisines that originated in Pennsylvania, including dishes served with plenty of Heinz ketchup. In the mood for a burger? Pittsburgh offers several bar and grill dining experiences, but be ready to explore the menu. You can get a burger, Italian small plates, gorgeous seasonal salads made from locally grown produce, or chicken parmigiana. If you like beef, feel free to choose a great steak from any of the chop houses, or you can visit the Strip District for Argentinian meats done to perfection. Vegetarians and vegans need not despair; check out the neighborhood near Carnegie Mellon for unique, innovative food.