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darby1015 Sep 24, 2008 05:17 PM

Compiling information for wedding guests and looking for a few suggestions for breakfast and brunch in the cultural area. Any ideas!

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    addiegirl Oct 1, 2008 05:21 PM

    I love the brunch at Lidia's in the Strip District - delicious and a good value. They only do brunch on Sunday.

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      Panini Guy Sep 25, 2008 12:12 PM

      The brunch in the Renaissance is good - but as Duffy noted, you'll pay hotel prices.

      Your best bet for a nice brunch that won't cost an arm and a leg in cab fare is probably the Grand Concourse in Station Square on the other side of the Monongohela. It's easy to get to by trolley - one or two stops either Wood St. or Gateway stations. The T fee is two bucks. Plus the building is a converted railway station and quite ornate. It's a local favorite.

      If people are going off on their own and craving pancakes and eggs, then yeah, the Strip is the way to go. But if people want to dine as a group, that probably won't work very well.

      Another excellent option is Sunnyledge, northeast of the Pitt Campus on Fifth. It's a rambling old B&B with a good brunch spread. But that's a cab ride.

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      1. re: Panini Guy
        yayadave Sep 25, 2008 06:42 PM

        I know what you're thinking, but darby did not exactly specify Sunday breakfast, which your brunch suggestions answer. Maybe it's a Wednesday evening wedding. TeeHee

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        42duffy Sep 24, 2008 08:13 PM

        The fun, interesting and classic Pgh breakfast options are in the Strip District and would involve waiting in line: DeLucca's, Pamela's & Jo Jo's. Aside from those your best bets may be various hotels: Omni Wm Penn & Renaissance. These are very nice and classy, but not cheap.

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