At least the location on Ellsworth has closed. I did not see any re-location signage, but it has been converted into a day spa or something like that.
Fajita Grill not only impressed me with its intimate ambiance, but it's decor in general. Parking is somewhat limited (although there is a lot behind it), so make sure you make a reservation on a weekend. It's owned by a husband and wife; the husband waits tables, and the wife cooks. He swears by her cooking. When I inquired about... More
The food is excellent, not Topalabampo, but the closest you will get in Pittsburgh. Mole chicken is my favorite. This is not Tex-Mex. There is a nice outdoor garden for summer dining. BYOB is another plus. Have been eating here since they opened many years ago.
I've had many disappointments in Pittsburgh dining, but this my friends is not one of them! I've got to say that this ranks up there in my eating experiences in this city. The service was simple, attentive, and satisfactory. The food was the way food should be... good. First off: salads were very nice... various assortment of greens.. good quality...... More
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