Point Brugge Café is another favorite neighborhood bistro nestled in Pittsburgh's Point Breeze neighborhood. The place has been luring locals since 2005. Patrons always receive a warm welcome upon entering the restaurant; as the staff and atmosphere makes anyone feel right at home. Executive chef James McCaslin prepares the food with a Belgian twist that isn't soon forgettable. The staples are the Prince Edward Island mussels with a broth of choice, including classic white wine with shallots; the dish is served with a hunk of crusty bread to sop up the savory broth. The Brugge frites are cooked twice and served with basil mayonnaise in true Belgian style; they pair nicely with any of the Belgian brews. Also the Sunday brunch service has a loyal following.
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Cindy Fernandez Ansaldo STS USA
At the age of 24, I had an engineering job, owned a house and started a radio show here.