Vinnie's is all New York Italian steakhouse, from the red and white checked tablecloths to the photos of regulars lining the dark paneled walls (not to mention the cigar smoke occasionally wafting in from the bar). The steaks, ranging from an 8 oz. filet mignon to a plate-eclipsing porterhouse, are cooked Pittsburgh style on a hot iron griddle. It's pricey - even the potato costs $3.50 - but portions are generous, the service is attentive but not imposing, and the steaks are fat, juicy and tender.
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