The Atmosphere is as Good as the Meal at These 2 Pittsburgh Restaurants

Interior designer Colleen Simonds shares two local restaurants where the atmosphere is as good as the meal.

Pusadee’s Garden

5319 Butler Street
This restaurant is so well-designed, inside and out, by moss Architects, that you truly feel transported. Everything on the menu is incredible, but try Khao Yum, the 17-ingredient mixed salad.

The Woods House

4604 Monongahela Street
Housed in one of the oldest buildings in Pittsburgh, built in 1792, this old-school pub has the coziest atmosphere ever and delicious comfort food to match. Try the Fried Green Tomato Sandwich … and everything else.

Story by Colleen Simonds

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