Owner is an architect by his first calling; this great restaurant was a diversion. Cool design has community tables and kitchen bar seating downstairs, with 4-top table seating on 2nd level balcony.
VERY reluctantly accommodated food allergies as they don't like to deviate from chef's crafted entrees. And they are excellent. But modify an ingredient and it's like there isn't a single chef in the kitchen able to adapt, just assembly-line sous chefs. But... they did make a (very, very plain) filet and green beans for IBS-stricken husband, with advance notice. I had very best pork belly dish of great imagination and skill; I may never eat pok belly again because it will never be as good. I've been ruined. (Portions were way too large and, sadly, could not take any back left-overs to our hotel.)
This place was a great addition to the dining scene in Pittsburgh. You may only have days left to try to get in. It's worth it... but not if there are ingredients you definitely cannot eat. They don't like making changes to their artwork. But the artwork is pretty darn amazing.
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