four Pittsburgh eating places with scrumptious pumpkin delicacies | Meals | Pittsburgh

Banana leaf smile

5901 Bryant Street, Highland Park.

Pumpkins are a common Halloween motif, but instead of picking or carving decorative pumpkins, pumpkin curry with sweet Thai pumpkin, peas, carrots, Thai basil and coconut milk with round rib squash. Please enjoy.

Square cafe

134 S. Highland Avenue, East Liberty.

Pumpkins aren’t the only pumpkin, so show your love for other pumpkins and enjoy a veggie-filled breakfast. Try vegetable omelets with onions, peppers, mushrooms, spinach, zucchini, pumpkin and tomatoes.


2000 Smallman Street, Strip District.

Pumpkin isn’t a key feature of asparagus and carrot paella, but it does round off Valencian dishes like pumpkin, mushrooms, peas, roasted peppers, and pineapple.

Aladdin’s dining room

5878 Forbes Ave., Squirrel Hill; 929 Freeport Road, Fox Chapel; 630 Washington Road, Mount Lebanon.

Farmer’s Pita in Pita and Pizza Portmanto is Aladdin Eataly’s homemade garlic and hot sauce, plus baby spinach, diced yellow squash, zucchini, mushrooms, tomatoes, peas and banana peppers.

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