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NON-hip places in Pittsburgh? I.e., old-fashioned, real Pittsburghy spots?

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NON-hip places in Pittsburgh? I.e., old-fashioned, real Pittsburghy spots?

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mrfinewine | | Mar 23, 2010 05:31 PM

Hi. I'm about to travel to Pittsburgh and am looking for places to eat that have been around awhile. I have absolutely no interest in anything "hip" or "trendy." I know about Primanti Bros., the O, Pamela's, even Gab & Eat in Carnegie (my favorite breakfast spot). I used to travel to Pittsburgh quite a bit in the nineties, and I was just looking over some notes from a 1999 trip. Here are some places I had written down but didn't get around to trying...and that was pretty much my last trip there for a long time. Do any of these still exist? Are they any good? Can you recommend others in a similar vein? Pricier places are fine. Bars too! Thanks!

Bloomfield Bridge Tavern
Chiodo's in Homestead
Pleasure Bar
Oyster House (on Market Square?)
Jerry's in Bridgewater
Ritter's
Big Jim's in the Hollow
Dick's Diner in Murrysville
Spaghetti Steak House in Belmont?

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Big Jim's
201 Saline St, Pittsburgh, PA 15207

Bridge Tavern & Restaurant
222 S Market St, Williamsport, PA 17702

Steak House
29 Main St, Wellsboro, PA 16901

Dick's Diner
4200 William Penn Hwy, Murrysville, PA 15668

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