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December 20, 2014 @ 11:24 AM EDT
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"Six Penn is a new addition to Pittsburgh's downtown Cultural District. This place is a wonderful reuse of a formerly blighted building. Six Penn brings the building up to it's potential with interesting metal work adorning the outside and lots of wood inside. A totally open air environemt that's split into two stories and appears to have rooftop space for when the weather eventually breaks. In-house they have two full time pastry chefs making even the ice cream. The food is wonderful and classy. I had a black bean soup that was tasty, be it a somewhat small portion size. Along with the soup came a piece of flatbread and another more normal piece. Everything was quite good. Main course I had an interesting Orzo dish with mushrooms and fall vegetables - both colorful and delicious. An order of asparagus rounded my meal out and it was tender, tasty and worth the price. To close the meal out I had their cheesecake which was great tasting and quality ingredients. I washed the meal down with a very tall glass of Bell's Winter White Ale serverd in interesting glassware. This place has a remarkable beer selection. Only good beer on tap including some from Troegs and East End Brewing. The service is wonderful with a full staff of folks some 4 or 5 you will see at different parts of your meal. The kitchen is out in the open and accessible. The aromas here are rich and mouth watering. Downtown has been dying while waiting for a place like Six Penn to finally take a chance. Six Penn is really Eat N' Park's foray into more upscale dining. I think they have a winning formula with Six Penn - it was like being teleported to New York or Seattle seated in a finer restaurant. Six Penn isn't cheap, but I think worth the $35 tab for my evening - they pull it all off without being stuffy and exclusive. A bar area awaits those venturing in for drinks only- so give this place a try."

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