Last updated: 5/18/19
In 2019, we are all food photographers, snapping pictures of our decadent milkshakes and towering burgers. I mean, can you remember the last time you got a coffee with latte art and didn’t feel compelled to take a picture?
So where are Pittsburghers taking the most pictures of their food?
As more and more spots Instagram-worthy spots pop-up around the city, a few treats have emerged as true camera magnets. Here are some of the most Instagrammed dishes in Pittsburgh. How many have made it onto your feed?
When you post food pictures, please tag #goodfoodpgh and @goodfoodpgh. We want to see!
Pancakes at Pamela’s Diner
This Pittsburgh classic has several locations around the city, and is known for their thin, crepe-style hotcakes.
Pamela’s Diner (various locations)
Rolled Ice Cream at NatuRoll Creamery
Since the moment NatuRoll Creamery in Lawrenceville opened their doors, this store has been flooded with ice cream eaters/food paparazzi. NatuRoll was the first “rolled ice-cream” shop in Pittsburgh, a popular technique that involves pouring milk batter on a anti-griddle, and manipulating the cream with spatulas.
NatuRoll Creamery (various locations)
The Bloody Mary Bar at Meat & Potatoes
Meat & Potatoes is a destination brunch spot in Pittsburgh. One of the hallmarks of their menu is the “Make Your Own” Bloody Mar bar, with dozens of toppings from bacon, to cheese, pickles, and more.
Meat and Potatoes (649 Penn Avenue)
Milkshakes at The Milkshake Factory
Pittsburgh has several Milkshake Factory locations around the city, offering milkshakes that are as delicious as they are photogenic.
The Milkshake Factory (various locations)
Carne de Vaca at Gaucho Parrilla Argentina
The food at Gaucho is so tasty, everyone wants to show it off!
Gaucho Parilla Argentina (1601 Penn Avenue)
Ice Cream at Millie’s Homemade Ice Cream
Millie’s is another Pittsburgh favorite, and the shop’s pink walls are absolute camera magnet.
Millie’s Homemade Ice Cream (232 S. Highland Avenue)
Oysters at Muddy Waters
Did someone say $1 oysters? Muddy Waters has ’em Tuesday through Friday from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., Tuesday from 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., and Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Muddy Waters Oyster Bar (130 S. Highland Avenue)
Latte Art at Adda Tea House
Adda is known for their beautiful latte art. With marble counters and huge windows, this is a heavily ‘grammed spot.
Adda Coffee & Tea House (200 South Highland Avenue)
Detroit-Style Pizza from Iron Born
This tasty pizza is beautiful and delicious.
Iron Born Pizza (Various locations)
Gnocchi Bread Bowl at DiAnoia’s Eatery
It’s gnocchi in a bread bowl. Of course you’re going to take a picture!
DiAnoia’s Eatery (2549 Penn Ave)
Any Instagram-able spots that we missed? Share in our comments!