Pittsburgh is becoming a city for foodies. But despite all the high-end restaurants, no-frills favorites remain a staple among locals and visitors alike.

The 8 Best Food Names in Pittsburgh

Primanti Sandwich

It’s a sandwich that has become world-famous thanks to its overstuffed, stacked sandwich with meat, fries, and coleslaw all on Italian bread.



There are lots of places to get them around town, including several that make vegan options.


Pittsburgh Salad

Whether it’s the famous Pittsburgh-style sandwich from Primanti Bros, or pierogies, potato patch fries, or burnt almond torte,


Potato Patch Fries

For the best fresh cut fries in town, head to the famous Potato Patch stand inside Kennywood Park.



The Gobblerito is a Thanksgiving-inspired burrito stuffed with turkey, mashed black bean potatoes, rich bread stuffing and buttery corn wrapped in a tortilla.


Turner's Tea

Turner's is a Pittsburgh institution, crafted in 1972 to provide the local steel workers with a drink that would fuel them through their long work days.


Sarris Candies

Sarris Candies is a family-owned and operated company that makes premium chocolates and other confections.


Prantl's Burnt Almond Torte

Prantl's Burnt Almond Torte has carved out quite the reputation in Pittsburgh and across the country.