Looking to explore the freshest new spots in Pittsburgh? From a Hawaiian burger spot to a salad shop, read on for a rundown of the newest hot spots to open around town.
Hapa Hawaiian Grill
Hapa Hawaiian Grill is a Hawaiian spot, offering burgers and sandwiches, that recently opened at 1334 Fifth Ave. in Bluff.
This spot is Pittsburgh's first fast-casual Hawaiian restaurant, according to its website. On the menu, look for dishes like salmon poke bowls or coconut chicken in sweet chili sauce.
Stroll past 177 S. Highland Ave., Suite A-101 in Shadyside and you'll find Sofresh, a new gluten-free spot, offering salads and wraps.
As stated on the business's Facebook page, "This spot, which boasts multiple locations across Florida and Pittsburgh, offers chef-crafted, made-to-order grain bowls, salads and wraps." Look for its barbecue bowl with grilled citrus chicken and veggies.
BrewDog is a brew pub, that recently opened its doors at 6144 Centre Ave. in Shadyside.
"This brewery is the spot's first location in Pennsylvania," reads the business's Facebook page. On the drink list, look for options like the Hazy Jane, a New England I.PA. Pair those brews with bites like tacos, burgers, wings and more.
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