Not much talk about Pittsburgh here lately, so thought I'd start a new thread.
For my wife and I, the answer continues to be Salt. There are some places we haven't been to yet and would like to try that may change our minds. But of the newer places we did try, after each meal we'd talk about what our total bill would've gotten us at Salt and how whatever it was we just ate seemed like far less value (and tastiness) than what we would've had at Salt for the same price.
As to the $100, we typically don't get dessert. So it's a glass of wine (OK, I may have two), an app and an entree each. At Salt that usually comes in around $80, add tax and a 20% tip and you're right around $100.
I'll add that we both appreciate a variety of tastes in our meals and we get bored after a few bites of a big chop or steak, which apparently makes us oddities in these parts.
So where do you go with your $100 for two? And what makes that a good value or a good experience in your book? Taste? Quantity? Scene?