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Does anyone know of good restaurants that are in/around Pittsburgh PA to Indiana PA area that are good? I am visiting next week and looking for places to eat.

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Does anyone know of good restaurants that are in/around Pittsburgh PA to Indiana PA area that are good? I am visiting next week and looking for places to eat.

Thanks.

There is a member here username "mamaw" that lives in that area. If she does not see your post you could try to PM her.

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There is a member here username "mamaw" that lives in that area. If she does not see your post you could try to PM her.

Thanks for letting me know that. I have seen her around. :)

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Thanks for letting me know that. I have seen her around. :)

I wish I could be of some help but I am about 2 hours north of Pittsburgh.Other than eat n park I really dont know the restaurants in that area.

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Hi

Indiana, Pa

Spaghetti Benders

Whitey'sPeetza (sp) a pizza place with some other items..

Hoss's Steakhouse

Pittsburgh, Pa

Robinson area:

Joe's Crab Shack

Olive Garden

Smokey Bones

Bahama Breeze

PF Chang's

Red Robin

Fast food joints

Downtown:

Mitchell's Fish House, Downtown

McCormick & Smick, downtown

Boston Market

Whole Foods & Trader Joe's in East Liberty

Gluuteny Bakery , Squirrel Hill

Northof the city

BellaFruttelo, Wexford, Pa

Cranberry Twp:

Bravo, several locations

Moe'sSouthwest GrillSevlocations

Mandy's Pizza North Side

Uno's Chicago Grill

Eat-N-Parks are everywhere, not expensive& has a gluten-free menu for breakfast, lunch & dinner

If you need anyhting else just ask..

Hth

mamaw

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Hi

Indiana, Pa

Spaghetti Benders

Whitey'sPeetza (sp) a pizza place with some other items..

Hoss's Steakhouse

Pittsburgh, Pa

Robinson area:

Joe's Crab Shack

Olive Garden

Smokey Bones

Bahama Breeze

PF Chang's

Red Robin

Fast food joints

Downtown:

Mitchell's Fish House, Downtown

McCormick & Smick, downtown

Boston Market

Whole Foods & Trader Joe's in East Liberty

Gluuteny Bakery , Squirrel Hill

Northof the city

BellaFruttelo, Wexford, Pa

Cranberry Twp:

Bravo, several locations

Moe'sSouthwest GrillSevlocations

Mandy's Pizza North Side

Uno's Chicago Grill

Eat-N-Parks are everywhere, not expensive& has a gluten-free menu for breakfast, lunch & dinner

If you need anyhting else just ask..

Hth

mamaw

Hi mamaw*** waves***

have you tried eat n parks gluten free roll ?.

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Mamaw:

Thank you so much!

Googles.

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We visit PA to visit family a lot - here a few tips I can offer for Pittsburgh - The Fairmont Hotel downtown was fabulous in feeding us in the hotel restaurant - they have a designated gluten-free menu but will make anything for you! They made pancakes and cookies for my kids and that was a real treat. They had bread too (but I don't know if they always had it or just got it because I called ahead and told them we were coming). We ate at Capital Grill (steakhouse) for dinner downtown one night and it was great. The Mandy's pizza was awesome and worth any extra driving you have to do - it is so good and it they understand cc - (be sure to go to the right location - only one location has the gluten-free pizza unless they changed that). If you are driving out to Indiana, it will be a detour, but the Truly Wize bakery (http://www.trulywize.com/) in Greensburg was a wonderful treat. My visit to Pittsburgh and the surrounding small towns over the summer was one of the very few trips I have taken where I wasn't glutened once - it was so much fun.

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Mamaw:

Thank you for the recommendations. I went to Spaghetti Benders and it was great. The only let down was that their pasta was too al dante even after sending it back since it was rock hard on the inside the first time, but that might just be personal preference. But the other food was wonderful (especially the garlic bread) and the service was awesome. As I hardly ever go out to eat, it was really nice to have someone else cook for me.

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googles, you are so welcome!

Hi Chill

How it going?

hugs!

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