Wonderful Food. Wonderful Service. We had the specials and they were to die for. Every bite was wonderful. A definite place to eat while your in Pgh.
We were reading about this restaurant in a Pittsburgh newspaper and decided to find it. It is easy to get to in the North Shore area. On street parking is no problem. It is a BYOB restaurant with a corkage fee if you want to bring some wine. EXCELLENT food. The chef is steps away from the tables and everyone... More
My group of friends wanted to find a new BYOB that none of us had tried yet. Doing a search, we found Legends on the North Shore. My first impression of this restaurant was that there was no parking. It was rough finding a spot on the street. Once inside our table was almost ready for our reservation time (yes... More
We have traveled extensively in Italy and this restaurant is better than most Italian restaurants in Italy. Excellent food and Service in a neighborhood Place. The pasta fagioli was to die for. It is BYOB.
We have drove by this restaurant many times. From the outside it doesn't look like anything special, but it makes up for what you get on the inside. We took notice from seeing that the chef and the restaurant won many awards from Pittsburgh Magazine. The folks that work there make you feel like you are one of the local... More
We were in town to watch the Milwaukee Brewers play the Pirates. The shuttle driver at our hotel recommended this place. It is a small place that reminds me of being in somebodys kitchen. The owner is the chef and he did not disappoint. The fried mozzarella is some of the best I have ever had. Loved the bread and... More
We stopped in for a late Friday night dinner after arriving in Pittsburgh. I'd found this place listed on the top 25 restaurants in Pittsburgh. There's not much int he way of decor aside from photos related to Pittsburgh sport teams, but were there for the food and not the atmosphere. Service was quick, friendly and efficient. The potato soup... More
What a wonderful meal. We were looking for a good place to dine near The Priory. This reminds one of an old Italian diner without frills until your food is delivered. From soup/salad to dessert, the food is terrific. There were 6 in our party and everyone of us enjoyed our dinner. We will return.
What do you say to someone who enters your Italian restaurant and tells you they can't eat garlic? Chef Dan and his staff said, " no problem", and went on to prepare me a wonderful dinner sans garlic. I can't say enough good things about Legends from the food to the chef and staff. Thanks, we'll be back.
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