Extravagant Dates

Celebrate love in luxury: From a five-star restaurant to a lavish couples' spa treatment, find Pittsburgh's most extravagant date ideas.

Updated: January 15, 2002

Date Ideas


Lautrec

1001 LaFayette Dr, Farmington, PA 15437

Spend the night at Nemacolin Woodlands where you can order a champagne cart to accompany ultra-expensive Malossol Beluga Caspian Sea caviar.


Trilogy

620 Liberty Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15222

This swanky restaurant has an extensive selection of grappa, scotch, port, and dessert wines. Bottles can cost more than $200.


Pittsburgh Rare

300 W Station Sq Dr Ste 7, Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Rent a private dining room at the Sheraton's prime, high-end steakhouse. Afterwards, spend the night in a luxurious suite with a riverfront view.


Palm Court at the Omni William Penn

530 William Penn Pl, Pittsburgh, PA 15238

With crystal chandeliers, marble columns and golden arches, this opulent hotel bar is the perfect setting for an after-dinner drink.


Grand Concourse

100 W Station Sq Dr, Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Splurge on the Alaskan King Crab Legs or the Live Maine Lobster and soak up the grandeur of this historic former train station.


Joseph Tambellini Restaurant

5701 Bryant St, Pittsburgh, PA 15206

This exclusive French eatery does not advertise: The exquisite food and gorgeous surrounding speak for themselves.


Le Mont Restaurant

1114 Grandview Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15211

Order the pricey "Chateaubriand For Two" and impress your date with elegant dining and the best view of the city from Mt. Washington.


Heinz Hall

600 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Dine in the Mozart Room and then catch the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra from "The Grand Box," the best seats in the house.