Legume

Row 1

Details
214 N Craig St (at Bayard St)
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
(412) 621-2700
New American
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 11:30 AM–9:00 PM Fri: 11:30 AM–10:00 PM Sat: 5:00 PM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Go to Legume and eat some great food made out of fresh local ingredients, remember to bring Wine.
  • Loved the fact that the menu changes daily. We ordered all sorts of fish and they were all delicious. And the desserts.. they're to die for.
  • Get the tasting menu and explore the really unique flavors like those of cantaloupe soup.
  • no espresso...?
  • You can order Legume food at Butterjoint, but not the other way around.
  • The wine and food pairing class led by Caroline is a great time. Contact the restaurant to be added to the email distribution for upcoming dates.
  • Quite a few great local microbrews. If you like wheat beer, try the white lightening.
  • Legume & Butterfield; both offering the same tasty and grass fed options. Butterfield is set in a more informal setting than Legume.Yummy perogies, tartare, pickled veggies/salads, and goose egg flan!
  • The husk cherry pie is unbelievable. Definitely get one.
  • The ravioli's are awesome.
  • Definitely try the beef tartare.
  • Great food great date place
  • Get the chef's tasting menu!
  • Get the tasting menu. It is the best way to experience what the restaurant can offer for a decent price
  • If the pavlova with strawberry jam, blueberries, and chattily cream is on the menu, absolutely do not skip it. One of the lightest and freshest desserts I've had in ages.
  • Pork rib ravioli, amazing
  • Chocolate truffle cake. Mind blowing. Super light while decadent at the same time. Simple dishes are sometimes the best.
  • Corn soup, braised meat raviolis and pavlova are all awesome. Top that off with courteous service and a friendly atmosphere, and this one's a winner. Can't wait to come back!
  • Dinner here can be hit or miss...but happy hour at the bar is always on pointe! I live right upstairs so it's super convenient!
  • Burger in the bar ground daily. They buy a local cow, one cow at a time, and source the whole animal. If you eat animals, it's how you ought to eat hamburger. Michigan beers on tap.