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Asiago in Pittsburgh

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We're going to be in the Pittsburgh area for several weeks this summer, and I'm looking for feedback on Asiago. We ate there years ago, and I remember loving their onion soup. Is it worth a trip?

I'd also love to hear recommendations on a place to celebrate our anniversary. We'll be staying in the Sewickley/Moon Township area, so anything on the northwest side of the city or downtown would be a good option.

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Asiago
301 Grant St, Pittsburgh, PA 15219

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  1. Here are a couple that will not have you going across town. Not Grand Dining, but very nice dining rooms and bars and patios. Fine service and great food. If you’re here for a while, you might go to either place more than once, besides for a celebration.

    http://www.andorarestaurant.com/

    http://www.willowpgh.com/

    In the Moon area, for anytime dining, this is good.

    http://www.mariosfamilyitalianrestaur...

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    1. re: yayadave

      Thanks! We're definitely going to hit Andora. It looks great. I haven't had time to look at the other 2 yet, but I will soon.

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      Andora
      1616 Mount Nebo Rd, Sewickley, PA 15143

    2. I'll second the recommendation of Andora. They have great crabcakes and a beautiful outside area. You also might want to try the Sewickley Hotel.

      http://burghfeeding.blogspot.com/

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      Andora
      1616 Mount Nebo Rd, Sewickley, PA 15143

      Sewickley Hotel
      509 Beaver St, Sewickley, PA 15143

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      1. re: Burghfeeder

        We lived in Sewickley for 4 years until 2001, and I don't remember the Sewickley Hotel as anything special. Has it changed or was I missing out all that time?

        Thanks for the blog link. I'm going to try to read through some of it this weekend.

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        Sewickley Hotel
        509 Beaver St, Sewickley, PA 15143