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Meat & Potatoes

412-325-7007  •  $$
ADDRESS: 649 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15222

CUISINE: Contemporary, Gastropub, Brunch, Late-Night Dining, Burgers, Sandwiches, Small Plates, Farm to Table, Pub Food, Wings

FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Kid Friendly, Patio Seating, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly, Wi-Fi

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A hit since its 2011 opening, chef-owner Richard DeShantz's downtown contemporary gastropub Meat & Potatoes serves snacks such as fried Brussels sprouts and kobe corn dogs, bone marrow and wild mushroom tartare as appetizers, lamb burgers, flat breads, soft shell crab tacos, and main course that have included pastrami-crusted duck breast and hanger steak with pulled potatoes. Full bar. Serving lunch Wed-Fri, dinner nightly. Late night Fri-Sat. Sat-Sun brunch 10:30 am-2 pm. "Meat & Potatoes is a modern-day Pittsburgh speakeasy, with a Paris-meets-Brooklyn interior, a wealth of interesting mixed drinks—including those honoring both Prohibition and “the Repeal”—and decadent food that will excite your taste buds, warm your belly and (depending on what you order) prompt visits to your cardiologist."
— Valentina, Pittsburgh magazine, December 2011

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A hit since its 2011 opening, chef-owner Richard DeShantz's downtown contemporary gastropub Meat & Potatoes serves snacks such as fried Brussels sprouts and kobe corn dogs, bone marrow and wild mushroom tartare as appetizers, lamb burgers, flat breads, soft shell crab tacos, and main course that have included pastrami-crusted duck breast and hanger steak with pulled potatoes.
 
"Meat & Potatoes is a modern-day Pittsburgh speakeasy, with a Paris-meets-Brooklyn interior, a wealth of interesting mixed drinks—including those honoring both Prohibition and “the Repeal”—and decadent food that will excite your taste buds, warm your belly and (depending on what you order) prompt visits to your cardiologist."
— Valentina, Pittsburgh magazine, December 2011
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Full bar. Serving lunch Wed-Fri, dinner nightly. Late night Fri-Sat. Sat-Sun brunch 10:30 am-2 pm.

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