Today in Pittsburgh, the weather is ABSOLUTELY beautiful- I have no complaints, the sun is out and shining and everyone seems happier. I am. Plus, it's also slightly gratifying that it is pouring rain in LA, haha, suckers.
Anyways, Van and I decided that we would take a lovely Sunday stroll and walk to a local diner, Ritter's for breakfast. This diner is located in the Bloomfield area of Pittsburgh, and although I couldn't find a website for it, here is the Urban Spoon review. Anyways, it is a really cool, older, greasy spoon diner- with Greek influences.
As you can see- very unassuming exterior.
The Spanakopita was pretty darn good, not quite as good as my friend Leah's homemade recipe- but pretty delicious none the less. Also, the waitress was nice and prompt, which is always appreciated and refreshing.
Here area couple photos of the menu- note the Greek flair.
As the main course, I decided on the Athenian Omelet, which was vegetarian and: "A combo of feta, raw onions and black olives" this also came with home fries and toast for $6.75. Van chose the pancakes, two eggs, grits and toast.
All and all, for the price and location, (walking distance from our house) I will definitely be back, I also want to take my parents when they are here in a couple of weeks. If you haven't, you definitely need to check out Ritter's, cheap, easy and good. Like me, haha. JK.