I haven't lived in Pittsburgh for a few years, so I'm not really sure what the higher end restaurant scene looks like now. It seems like a lot of places have opened, closed and changed since 2005.
I'll be in town this weekend and we'll be taking my Dad out to dinner for his 60th birthday. Probably a small group, no more than 6 or 7 people, no one who's at all picky (even the 12 year old). Mostly, I'm looking for a place that serves good, interesting food in the city or immediate south hills, but decent service/atmosphere would be nice. Maybe something along the lines of Seviche/Red Room, but I haven't been to those two places, so I don't know what they're really like. (I know it's CMU commencement, so that might be an issue with getting a table in the East End area.)
I'm not really looking for a specific recommendation as much as an idea what the options might be.