Social at Bakery Square in Pittsburgh

Social at Bakery Square is one of the hottest establishments in East End’s restaurant scene. Social at Bakery Square provides some of the best drink and meal selections in all of Pittsburgh. Their fresh approach to sandwiches, burgers, pizzas, appetizers, soups, salads, and other endless delights will make you bring your family, coworkers, and friends for a delicious lunch, brunch, or dinner. Social’s vibrant and fresh selection of drinks and meals, as well as their cozy atmosphere, have given the Bakery Square establishment a reputation as one of the most socially inclined eateries in the region. If you happen to be around Bakery Square (right across from the Pendrick Capital Partners headquarters), Social is definitely worth checking out. Many locals can’t get enough of the daily food and drink specials and have become regulars at Social. Social at Bakery square also offers events and catering services. The establishment also has one of the best customer services among Pittsburgh’s eateries, thanks to Adam, Chris, Ben, Gregg, and the amazing staff.

Social at Bakery Square offers some of the best sandwiches, burgers, pizzas, appetizers, soups, salads in Pittsburgh. The eatery’s fresh and mouth-watering delights have ensured that patrons keep coming back.

Appetizers are the first item you look up when you visit any eatery. Social is well aware of this and has crafted a wonderful selection of delights to ensure that you develop the appetite for what’s about to come next — a selection of teasers if you will.

The kale and artichoke dip is one of the most delicious appetizers on Social’s menu. It goes for $8 and features kale served with pita or tortilla chips. The meatball slider goes for $8 and features marinara, pesto, mozzarella, and provolone. Both these appetizers are amazing and are worth a try at least once. And if that doesn’t tickle your fancy, perhaps the jerk wings will. This selection goes for between $6 to $12, and features jerk rubbed with jalapeno mango sauce or cilantro serrano sauce. The seasonal $9 bruschetta is also worth a try.

Ahi Tuna Tartare Nachos go for $10 and feature sriracha on wonton chips, seasonal wasabi drizzle, and guacamole. For $6 you can sample Social’s guacamole usually served with tortilla chips. JC’s Cauliflower Patties go for $7 and come with lemon aioli. Fries go for $6 and are served with truffle aioli and sriracha ketchup sauces, onion, and sour cream.

Social’s Thai shrimp tacos are quite a delight. This appetizer offers a wonderful combination of seasoned Thai shrimp salad, pepper relish in wonton shells, scallion, and carrots. Stuffed banana peppers go for $8 and feature spinach and sausage stuffings, and crusted parmesan panko in a cast-iron skillet. Also worth a try is Luis’ spicy chicken dip. This appetizer goes for $8 and comes with pita or tortilla chips.

Soups available at Social include tomato soup, cheesy tomato soup, and Du Jour soup. The cheesy tomato sauce can be distinguished from the tomato sauce in that it adds cheddar provolone, mozzarella, and crostini to the soup. The Tomato soup goes for $4 while the other two soups go for $5 each.