The Paparazzi Ristorante, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Sherri Granato By Sherri Granato, 5th Aug 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/32f2bgdg/
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After guests enjoy a delicious Italian or American dinner they can enjoy dancing, karaoke, late night entertainment, and a fully stocked bar with a beer, wine and drink list that goes on for days. The two-story art deco themed Paparazzi Ristorante is the kind of place where you will find college kids and musicians mingling with senior citizens and sports fanatics, and the live bluesy- jazz band get the place hopping with atmosphere

Authentic Italian Cuisine

Pittsburgh has its share of fine ethnic restaurants that rate high on any Italian lover’s list of places to take your sweetie for an evening of romance and good food. Exceptional cuisine is a fantastic conversation piece and it is great for the soul, and now you can truly experience a traditional Pittsburgh favorite with the crowd pleasing Paparazzi Ristorante located in the south side of the steel city. It’s all about a relaxing fun filled evening while sampling fine cuisine and enjoying some of the cities best atmosphere that Pittsburgh has to offer.

The Paparazzi Ristorante might just be Pittsburgh’s best kept secret when it comes to authentic Italian food. The locals have a strong affinity for this unique place, and they would love to have it all to themselves except that they haven’t figured out how to keep the heavenly aromas from flowing curbside that naturally attracts hungry Italian lovers from every corner of Pittsburgh into sampling some of the exemplary flavors that only Italian food can offer. In fact it is steadily flowing with hungry diners due to the rave reviews and over the top tastes that draws patrons back without question.

This fine romantic eatery has a dramatic affect on couples seeking a special evening out for two, but it also offers casual fun for families who can choose to dine indoors or outdoors when the Pittsburgh weather permits. The Paparazzi Ristorante specializes in homemade baked breads including the focaccia pomodoro, and they also offer some of the most sumptuous seafood and pizza around. Food critics claim that the Paparazzi Ristorante offers some of the best Italian cuisine in Pittsburgh, and their pizza ranks high on the list of things to eat that come close to heaven.

After guests enjoy a delicious Italian or American dinner they can enjoy dancing, karaoke, late night entertainment, and a fully stocked bar with a beer, wine and drink list that goes on for days. The two-story art deco themed Paparazzi Ristorante is the kind of place where you will find college kids and musicians mingling with senior citizens and sports fanatics, and the live bluesy- jazz band get the place hopping with atmosphere like no other that has that sixties steakhouse feel to it, complete with spiral mirror-lined steps that leads to the second floor for preferred seating.

The Paparazzi Ristorante is located in the heart of Pittsburgh’s south side where all of the action is no matter what day of the week it may be. Everything from stuffed pasta and Italian sandwiches to seafood and veal can be found on their extensive list of good eats, and homemade Tiramisu is featured on the dessert portion of the menu. The prices range from $6.00-$21.00 per plate, and appetizers start at $5.00 and include fresh fried ravioli and stuffed hot peppers.

(412) 488-0800

2100 E Carson St., Pittsburgh, PA 15203

Hours of Operation: Open for dinner Monday through Saturday from 3:30 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. and Sunday from 4:30 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.

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Blues, Cuisine, Dancing, Entertainment, Ethnic, Fine Dining, Homemade, Italian, Jazz, Karaoke, Traditional

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author avatar Sherri Granato
Sherri has lived in several haunted properties, including a morgue turned basement apartment. Instead of fearing the paranormal, she has opted to embrace, investigate and understand it.

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author avatar Margaret Michel
5th Aug 2014 (#)

Sounds like a great place!

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author avatar Nancy Czerwinski
5th Aug 2014 (#)

Sherri, great article and review. Thanks for sharing. The food sounds delicious.

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