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Greymo

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Etna Pa suggestions Wed, 01/30/13 6:35 PM (permalink)
We will be arrivnig about 8 pm  so wondering if there  is any good roadfood around there.  On Saturday evening, we woul like something a little bit upscale.  Thanks for any suggestions
 
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    Michael Hoffman

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    Re:Etna Pa suggestions Wed, 01/30/13 7:20 PM (permalink)
    It's not upscale, but for some of the best burgers (and their house-made chips) and milkshakes try Burgatory right off Route 28. It's located in a strip shopping center. You'll love the brioche buns.
     
    Fox Chapel / Waterworks
    932 Freeport Road
    Pittsburgh, PA 15238
    412.781.1456
     
    http://www.burgatorybar.com/
     
    Calling Buffetbuster and Ralph Melton for upscale dining recommendations.
      
     
    <message edited by Michael Hoffman on Wed, 01/30/13 9:49 PM>
     
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      buffetbuster

      Re:Etna Pa suggestions Fri, 02/1/13 11:27 AM (permalink)
      Sorry I did not see this before.....
       
      You didn't mention breakfast, but I highly recommend Pamela's P & G Diner in Millvale, which is a very short distance from Etna.  They are best known for their strawberry hotcakes, which are rolled up like crepes, but everything is good.  Great old-fashioned soda fountain atmosphere, too.
       
      As for the rest, I have some good ideas of where to recommend, but want to make sure they are still around.
       
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        buffetbuster

        Re:Etna Pa suggestions Fri, 02/1/13 11:36 AM (permalink)
        One suggestion for sure is Gran Canal Caffe in Sharpsburg, which is another neighborhood a stones throw from Etna.  Sharpsburg is known for all the Italian eateries and Gran Canal Caffe is the best of them.  I would never call them upscale, as you can eat there in jeans and a t-shirt, but it is nicer place than what most people would call Roadfood.  Everything is made from scratch.
         
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          Ralph Melton

          Re:Etna Pa suggestions Fri, 02/1/13 4:31 PM (permalink)
          I like buffetbuster's suggestions. 
          I would also mention Jean-Marc Chatellier's French bakery, which is nearly across the street from Pamela's. It closes at 2pm or so, so wouldn't be an 8pm option.
           
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