Bryan Wade

Class of 2013


  • Sushi, sashimi, and mochi; best in Pittsburgh

    Just the way everyone has a favorite burger place or coffee spot, they also seem to have a different opinion on which is the best sushi restaurant. Pittsburgh, being the land-locked city that it is, doesn’t give too many options to choose from, and most students either settle for the boxed sushi available on campus or go without it, not knowing that one of the city’s best places, Chaya, is right u...

    Pillbox | January 17, 2011
  • Belgian beer in cozy atmosphere

    One of the most exciting things about trying different restaurants is finding a hidden gem: a restaurant that locals rave about but is still obscure enough to retain its original charm. Point Brugge is one of those places. Located in the Point Breeze/Homewood neighborhood, the restaurant is modeled after the quaint cafés and bistros found across Europe. Although it has heavy Belgian influences, th...

    Pillbox | January 17, 2011
  • Squirrel Hill offers up Asian delicacies

    It’s the end of the semester and free time is scarce. While studying for finals, getting final portfolios done, and finishing those term papers, it is important to make the most of that free time by relaxing and there is no better way to do that than by heading up to Squirrel Hill and visiting some of Pittsburgh’s best Asian restaurants. Silk Elephant and Sun Penang both offer a different taste of...

    Pillbox | January 17, 2011