Find Great Latin Food at These 6 Pittsburgh Restaurants

Chocolate maker Edward Marc’s Albert Fonticiella, first-generation Cuban-American and resident of Pittsburgh for almost a decade, is always on the lookout for delicious Latin food. He shares with TABLE readers some of his favorite places.

Baby Loves Tacos

4508 Liberty Avenue
Mushroom tacos, sweet potato tacos, traditional chicken or beef… don’t let their small size fool you: this Bloomfield Mexican eatery has an extensive and impactful menu with the flavor to match.

Con Alma

Downtown and Shadyside
Go for the vegan Cuban-inspired menu options, stay for the live jazz performances and alluring atmosphere.

Rey Azteca

Multiple Locations
This local chain is a popular choice in the Latinos en Pittsburgh Facebook group. Give Rey Azteca a visit and select your favorite Mexican dish to see why.

Panaderia Jazmin

300 Beverly Road, Mt. Lebanon
Another Latinos en Pittsburgh Facebook group favorite, Panaderia Jazmin, offers traditional Mexican bread and baked goods.

El Burro Comedor

North Side and Regent Square
Their Southern California Mexican options include vegan and vegetarian choices. Solid menu.

Reyna Foods

2031 Penn Avenue
This Mexican grocery store has a fantastic inventory of fresh ingredients; we love their tortillas for a quick snack.

Story by Jordan Snowden with Edward Marc Albert Fonticiella / Photography by Laura Petrilla

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