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Dish Osteria & Bar

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127 S 17TH St
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
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(412) 390-2012
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Dish Osteria & Bar - Pittsburgh, PA

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Excellent food and great service! My absolute favorite in Pittsburgh. Very intimate setting. They have really good Italian food. The prices are moderate. Street parking is ...

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great food, great beer & wine, great space 8/21/2005

The small osteria, Dish, is a few blocks off of Carson St serving up authentic south Italian food with quality beers & wines to a consistently lively crowd. They offer a small regular menu that is augmented on any given night with 2-4 specials. This ingredients and preparation is consistently of excellent quality: seared scallops, roasted lamb, buffalo mozzerella, pasta con funghi, and bread with oil & vinegar that you can't help but fill up on. It is cash only so remember to have your party hit the ATM on 18th & carson before venturing in. more
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  • The Name
    Dish, the word, can be defined as the act of dispensing juicy gossip, a slightly upturned container for serving food or a good-looking woman. Dish, the bar and osteria (an Italian word that eludes exact translation, but roughly means a "gathering place," similar to an Irish pub), is to some the "latest thing," while others find it simply a bar with good drinks at great prices without the crowds two blocks away on Carson. Some of the original McCann's flavor has been maintained--including a guardian leprechaun--and the building has been restored to its former architectural glory.


    The Food
    The menu is made up mostly of appetizers, with three or four main courses on any given night. The pasta e fagioli soup is thick and rich; mussels and shrimp are also great. A nice option for the group is formaggi e salumi, an assortment of three or four meats and salamis, as well as three pungent and delicious cheeses. As a dessert, don't miss the creme Catalana, the Italian version of creme brulee.

    Who's There; What To Wear?
    Skateboarders, stockbrokers, your favorite college professor, hot-spot hunters; Letterman sweater, white dinner jacket, Brian Setzer concert T-shirt.

  • 8/13/2003 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Payments:

    Cash, Master Card, Visa
  • Neighborhoods:

    Southside Flats

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