My Latest Visit to Meat & Potatoes


*Disclaimer*: I do not neither own Meat & Potatoes nor claim monetary benefits on their restaurant, beverages and food. I’m just a Pittsburgh Foodie, who enjoys sharing her culinary adventures with others! My photos were taken with an iPhone 4s, utilizing Instagram. Website and social media links are located below this post!

Well, here we are again, folks. Another restaurant review of Meat & Potatoes (one of my FAVORITE restaurants in Pittsburgh)! 😀 Smartly nestled in the midst of Downtown Pittsburgh‘s Cultural District, in the Cabaret at Theater Square, Meat & Potatoes is truly a Pittsburgh gem! One of the MANY aspects I love about Meat & Potatoes is that the menu is so vast, you could order a completely different meal every time! This dinner just so happens to be that kind of visit.

My Mom and I dined here last month, right before the Eddie Izzard: Force Majeure Saturday show at the Byham Theater. I assisted my Mom with her first appetizer, which was the Fried Chicken Livers (Click the following link for a photo Then, I helped my Mom with another appetizer (which was my FAVORITE dish of the night! I’m still kicking myself for not taking a photo): Devils on Horseback! Each “Devil on Horseback” was a date, filled with chorizo and wrapped in bacon. Pittsburgh foodies: you MUST order this the next time you visit Meat & Potaotes. Sooooooo good!


MY first appetizer of the night was Fried Brussel Sprouts (pictured above). VERY good- definitely a different approach to brussel sprouts! Another brussel sprout dish I LOVE is the Crispy Brussel Sprout dim sum at Grit & Grace (also in Downtown). They aren’t serving that dim sum at the moment; hopefully, Grit & Grace will bring it back! Seriously, Pittsburgh foodies, I will help you lobby for this dish to return to Grit & Grace! Any restaurant that can get me to eat brussel sprouts is O.K. in my book! 😉


The main dish: pork belly tacos! 😀 The only other restaurant I’ve had pork belly is at Grit & Grace. Grit & Grace serves a FABULOUS crispy Pork Belly dim sum (my FAVORITE dim sum that they serve)! Meat & Potatoes served the pork belly soft, but I still received the wonderful texture and fatty-ness that one would associate with pork belly.



The pièce de résistance was the Chocolate Pot du Creme (pictured above in all its glory). Words can’t describe.


Post whipped-cream. As Bourdain would say: “oh yeah, baby; the good stuff”!


All-in-all, a wonderful meal! I’m already plotting which dishes to sample next time! X)


Three cheers to good food, fabulous art, and cultural events!


-Friendly Pittsburgh Foodie


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