Pittsburgh Adds Another Accolade
Smart Asset ranked Pittsburgh number 4 on their “Best Cities for Foodies” list.
Gregg Broujos, Managing Director & Founding Principal of Colliers International | Pittsburgh, isn’t surprised. “We hear comments frequently from out of town investors that Pittsburgh’s independent restaurant scene is well known throughout the United States. And some of those investors have pointed to our new reputation as a foodie town as one of the factors as to why they are looking to invest in Pittsburgh. ”
SmartAsset.com says, “Pittsburgh is climbing the culinary charts. Zagat even named it the best food city of 2015. One great thing about Pittsburgh – other than 43 restaurants per 10,000 residents (third-most in the country) and 5.5 community-supported agriculture and farmers’ markets per 100,000 residents (sixth-most in the country) – is the prices. Relative to other large cities, especially those in our top 10, you can get a good deal in Pittsburgh. Going out to eat with a friend at a mid-tier restaurant in the Steel City should only cost you about $50, on average.”
Broujos adds, “Personally, I’m intentionally not skinny so I take full advantage of our diverse and hip restaurant scene.”
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