I went here with some others after an all day business meeting. The bar is very nice and quiet enough for work talk. For dinner I had the pork chop which was very good.
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Had dinner there with wife and adult son. Quality of the food was excellent. Service firth rate, wine list (a bit on the pricey side) but with multiple interesting selections. Definitely a restaurant that we would go back to - although priced as more of...More
My spouse and I dined at ELEVEN for dinner on a Friday evening in mid-September 2017. We have dined here several times previously, both in the dining room and at the chef’s table. On our most recent visit, because it was late in the evening,...More
Excellent food in decent venue with sound system from the 60s Staff well managed Limited fresh menu Can be kosher or halal style Chef accommodates requests Rising star in pittsburgh foodie community Near convention center... ask directions
Wish I could say I loved his place. We ordered fish and lamb dishes. Both dishes had too many competing flavors to really taste the fish or lamb. The tomato soup was ordinary. Nothing to recommend here. Dishes are large so pace yourself. We sat...More
Choose this restaurant by recommendation. Sitting was quick and gave us options. We choose the covered patio. Drinks were good, mains were just OK but the dessert was out of this world. Expensive
I took my girlfriend to Eleven for a special evening and a late dinner. When we arrived our circular booth was not quite ready and we were okay to wait. The host who greeted us after waiting for someone to clear it hopped in and...More
Great food. Great service. The atmosphere is beautiful. Perfect lighting and cocktails. It's probably not the best place to take a three year-old, but it worked. The sangria is to-die-for.
We were delighted with our meal at Eleven. The restaurant is large, warmly decorated, has a good wine selection, and a responsive wait staff. We started with a heirloom tomato and watermelon salad that was fresh and flavorful. My porkchop was juicy (brined for 24...More