15 Brunch Restaurants with Takeout in Pittsburgh

You could try a new recipe and try to create your own brunch, or you can wake up like a typical weekend, get ready for the day, and grab takeout for any of these restaurants in Pittsburgh! After days upon days staying inside and making your own food, getting takeout/delivery is now an exciting treat. These local Pittsburgh restaurants are all open for brunch this weekend. Give them a call or see if they’re available for delivery in your area on Grubhub, DoorDash, UberEats, Postmates, etc!

Hot Tip: These are only a few restaurants open for brunch. Allegheny County released a full list of restaurants open for takeout that are open during the COVID-19 quarantine. The Post-Gazette shared the 10-page PDF guide, and it can be viewed available on the Treasurer’s Office website

The Yard

Whether you’re craving a grilled cheese or ready for the brunch works, The Yard is giving you takeout options! Their recent deal includes chicken and waffles and a mimosa!


It may look like it’s just a bunch of skeletons at Zenith right now, but have no fear – they’re open for takeout! The menu changes, so check out their Instagram account to stay up to date.

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DiAnoia’s Eatery

This Strip District eatery pivoted to continue to provide delicious italian meals. You can check out DiAnoia’s COVID19 page to see all of the pizza kits, family style meals, and pasta boxes. Pizza for breakfast is never a bad idea, so this could be an easy change of pace for your Sunday morning brunch.

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𝘾𝙝𝙞𝙘𝙠𝙚𝙣 𝙋𝙖𝙧𝙢𝙞𝙜𝙞𝙖𝙣𝙖 – our new normal looks quite different from a few weeks ago. It's incredible how quickly we have all adapted to this new lifestyle we all live now. Restaurants have had to quickly adapt to feeding folks at their homes rather than in our restaurants. Food is prepared differently for immediate consumption as opposed to picking it up and eating it hours later. We miss some of our old recipes that are better served and enjoyed immediately, but this time has also allowed us to explore some other dishes we dont always have on the menu, but are better dishes to be enjoyed after traveling to your home and being served later. We are also getting to do some creative thinking to keep the restaurant relevant during a time that a dine in establishment is inoperable and it has inspired us in ways that will impact the future of who we are after all of this is over. During all these tough times, it's important to see the bright side of things. We cant wait to have you all in our dining room again, but until then, we are thrilled we get to keep feeding you. We have all of our family meals (chicken parm pictured here), pasta boxes and our sister restaurant @pizzeriadavide's pizza meals and pizza kits available for curbside preorder on our website, along with wines and beers. Thanks to those who have ordered so far! Let's see where this new journey takes us all. Stay healthy and safe #Pittsburgh!

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The sunday brunch menu might not be on their website, but they are open for takeout! Poutine and a dog for the weekend… Hop on over to Lawrenceville to support them.

Geppetto Cafe

While you can enjoy the ambiance of this cafe right now, you can take a bite of any of their sweet and savory crepes from the comfort of your own home. Also, how good do the nutella and waffles look!

Caffe Mona

You all know how obsessed I am with the umbrella patio, but we have to wait a while longer to enjoy it. Until then, order a crepe and sit in the sunshine of your own patio (if you can!)

Cafe Moulin

You can still order a Turkish coffee and a crepe from one of your favorite brunch spots in Shadyside for delivery and takeout. Even though you can’t travel, you can get a taste of the Barcelona or Amsterdam French Toast.

The Abbey on Butler

Even though the sunroom’s not open, you can still order the empanadas for takeout. The Profusion includes mozzarella sticks, empanadas, quesadillas and a 6-pack of beer… the perfect hangover recovery kit if you ask me.

Smallman Street Deli

The Strip District Sandwich shop with locally sourced ingredients is still serving takeout. The potato latke reuben sounds so scrumptious.

Mediterra Cafe

From pizza kits to coffee kits to a regular takeout menu, this cute Sewickley restaurant is doing it all! Last weekend, I tried the pizza kit and I can say that the pizza turned out absolutely perfect, and I know it wasn’t because of anything I did! (Order takeout online, you can order the kits by giving them a call!)


Another fabulous brunch menu to try during the quarantine with takeout or delivery. The cheeseburger looks amazing but I’m also craving the Biscuits & Gravy with a poached egg.

Pittsburgh Juice Company

If you’re live me and have been baking a ton lately, some healthy drinks and vegan meals sound pretty good. PJC is open for pickup and local delivery!

Condado Tacos

Tacos for brunch – you can add eggs! Condados is also selling margarita kits. You can make social distancing fun!

Perk & Brew

This Bloomfield restaurant is open for brunch on the weekend, so you can get your chicken and waffle fix.

The Bronze Hood

Pizza, wings, salads, and everything you’d want on a typical hungover morning.

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