The Neighborhood Bistro

The best part of traveling to Europe is discovering a vibrant little bistro tucked away in a quiet residential neighborhood. The bistro is an integral part of the neighborhood. At any time of day you’re likely to find an assortment of people of all ages eating, drinking, catching up with friends. After a few visit you feel like a local. This is the inspiration for Point Brugge Café and Park Bruges.

Point Brugge Café

Point Brugge Café opened in the Point Breeze neighborhood of Pittsburgh’s East End in January 2005. Its Belgian-inspired cuisine, fresh ingredients and reasonable pricing made it an instant hit with the neighborhood and beyond. Point Brugge is consistently rated one of the top restaurants in the area by major publications and social media sites.

Park Bruges

Park Bruges debuted in February 2011 with the goal of bringing the same energy, enthusiasm and good food to Highland Park’s up-and-coming Bryant Street. Some have termed it a cousin to Point Brugge, rather than an identical twin. The classic bistro cuisine is there, but with an infusion of French fare.

Both locations offer a full bar and two of the best selections of Belgian and craft beers in the city.