FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Acorn Pittsburgh, a modern american cuisine restaurant located in the heart of Shadyside, has been reviewed by the Pittsburgh City Paper.
Quote from article:
“Acorn’s restrained ambience serves as a serene backdrop to [Chef Scott] Walton’s elaborate culinary creations. The color scheme is a warm gray with cool teal upholstery and ash-brown wood; it feels more like a tasteful living room than a formal, fine-dining spot. Even the dishware is thoughtfully understated. All is designed to defer the focus to the lush aesthetics of Walton’s food, dishes that elaborate upon their central elements — a cut of meat, a whole chicken, lasagna — with international flavors, diverse textures and a sometimes-dizzying array of distinct ingredients that are, in themselves, complex.
“It’s time to get back to Walnut Street, where some of the most exciting food in Pittsburgh is being made.”
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