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Pittsburgh's first Ethiopian restaurant
Abay is Pittsburgh's first Ethiopian restaurant. Its preservative-free menu offers a variety of lean meat and vegetarian dishes. Meals are served with rice or on injera, Ethiopia's traditional whole grain flatbread. With its earth-tone colors and original Ethiopian artwork, Abay's atmosphere captures the welcoming nature of Ethiopian society. For the total cultural experience, dine at a mesob...
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In Amharic, Ethiopia’s official language, Abay means “Blue Nile,” the largest branch of the longest river in the world; it is also a metaphor for nourishment. A casual gathering place, the restaurant celebrates a rich, diverse culture with authentic cuisine and a focus on the communal experience. Ethiopian art and artifacts adorn the walls. If agile, sit at a backless wooden stool pulled up to...
Abay Ethiopian Cuisine can be found at S Highland Ave 130. The following is offered: Restaurants: Ethiopian. The entry is present with us since Sep 9, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Pittsburgh there are 1 other Restaurants: Ethiopian . An overview can be found here.
Abay, translated from Amharic as the Nile River, serves up authentic Ethiopian cuisine. Meals are served on platters for sharing and guest can use the traditional method of using injera - a thin bread- and scooping the food into that. The restaurant is none smoking and is open for lunch and dinner from Tuesday to Sunday at 11:30am to 2:30 and 5pm to 10pm.
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