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Garbarino's

Garbarino's, 5925 Baum Blvd, Pittsburgh

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About Garbarino's
Garbarino's
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Average Price: $30 and under
Cuisine: French
Dress Code: Smart Casual
v 4.4 miles from Pittsburgh center (as shown on map)
Garbarino's is a 4th generation family restaurant that was brought back to life! originally opened 1945 in Long Island and closed in 1996, Chef Andrew Garbarino decided to bring his families 51 year history back. While most of the menu is influenced from southern Italy you can still find some Northern touches. All pastas are made fresh in house and all wines by the glass will be Italian. Gluten free pasta available at no extra charge.

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Garbarino's Restaurant is #627 of 2158 things to do in Pittsburgh

5 of 5 stars5 out of 5
By: JWR1000, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Sat 10 Jul, 2021
l A great dining experience!!! Portions were huge...consider sharing.... We had four different meals... Shared all and still had slot to take home. Don't miss this place... reservations are a good...

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3 of 5 stars3 out of 5
By: ctmtgt, North Versailles, Pennsylvania
Sat 6 Mar, 2021
l Really nice atmosphere but the menu and meals have a lot to be desired. They had no bread, no fresh iced tea and no bartender to make drinks. The Chix Parm was BIG and good but the other dinners...

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5 of 5 stars5 out of 5
By: JoycePittsburgh, United States
Sat 6 Feb, 2021
l Went to Garbarino once last year pre-COVID and have craved the delicious simple meatball with linguini we ate. My husband enjoyed their great Manhattan. When our son visited, I wanted to go back...

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Garbarino's 5925 Baum Blvd, Pittsburgh