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Pittsburgh Brunch Deals

brunch signSunday Mornings can be spent doing more than just sleeping in, and brunch in the ‘Burgh doesn’t have to break the bank!

Most of us know about the all day breakfasts that Denny’s and Eat n’ Park offer (and the Eat ‘N Park buffet). You probably already know about the many cool Pittsburgh diners, too. But here are a few local restaurants offering inexpensive Sunday brunches that are a little more off the beaten path.

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Harris Grill offers an all-inclusive brunch for $15 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sundays and includes one Bloody Mary, frozen Mimosa or fresh squeezed orange juice. You also have a choice of the buffet or main dish as well as fresh fruit and coffee. Harris Grill also offers a kid’s brunch for $5 with the purchase of an adult brunch.

Harris Grill
5747 Ellsworth Ave
Shadyside, 15232
(412) 362-5273

The Zenith offers brunch from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Sundays for $10 and includes the main dish, buffet and coffee or tea. The menu changes weekly, and you’ll find vegan and vegetarian options too. The Zenith is also an antiques store and art gallery, so you can also enjoy browsing around a bit while you’re there.

The Zenith
86 South 26th Street
South Side, 15203
(412) 481-4833
info@zenithpgh.com

Max’s Allegheny Tavern is a German restaurant on the Northside in Deutschtown, whose brunch is from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. and costs $12.95 per person for all you can eat. Their brunch menu includes breakfast entrees, individually prepared omelettes, chef-carved meats, kielbasa, dinner entrees, homemade pastries and breads, desserts and more. Max’s also offers a free shuttle to the Steelers’ games with your brunch purchase, so if you happen to be going – there’s an additional savings.

Max’s Allegheny Tavern
537 Suismon St.
Northside, 15212
(412) 231-1899

Shiloh Grill, located on Mount Washington, offers a Sunday Brunch from 10:01 a.m. to 2 p.m. for $14. It includes a sixteen foot long, all you can eat buffet and your choice of frozen Mimosa or Hair of the Dog Bloody Mary.

Shiloh Grill
123 Shiloh Street
Mt. Washington, 15211
(412) 431-4000

Fuel & Fuddle is more known for the Oakland beer crowd that they pull in, so their Sunday brunch is appropriately titled, “The Bar Brunch”.  At least a half dozen options are offered with a bottomless cup of brew (coffee that is, not the brew with hops), and the highlight appears to be the “Humpty Dumpty”, a breakfast pizza with an olive oil base, eggs, provolone cheese, and bacon. Brunch is served on Sundays from 11am-2pm, and get this…you can also snag $1.50 Bloody Mary’s from 11am-3pm!

Fuel & Fuddle
212 Oakland Ave
Oakland, 15213
(412) 682-3473

Middle Road Inn
1822 Middle Road
Glenshaw, PA 15116
412.486.7159

Bistro to Go & Company offers a lovely $10 Brunch Buffet on Sunday mornings from 11am until 2pm. It features made to order omeletes, famous cinnamon pecan french toast breakfast meats, fresh pastries, juice and more!

Bistro to Go & Company
415 E. Ohio Street #A
Pittsburgh, PA 15212-5570
412.231.0218

Know of a great local brunch deal? Let us know about it at info@livingpittsburgh.com. And on a similar note, if you like a good Bloody Mary, check out these Pittsburgh Sunday Bloody Mary specials.

 

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