Casa Reyna


Find our Mexican hideaway just downstairs from Reyna Foods in the heart of the Strip District. Fresh tortillas come off the line and onto your plate as you watch through the window. The menu is exciting; the dishes are fresh, local and delicious. The staff are friendly and knowledgeable, and the atmosphere inviting. Come for the tortillas, stay for the extensive tequila list and homemade artisan Mexican chocolate ice cream.

CASA REYNA is the brainchild of Nic DiCio, whose other business ventures include Reyna Foods (and their famous taco stand!), making fresh corn and flour tortillas and tortilla chips, and the annual Pepper Farm Festival in the North Hills.

REYNA FOODS Inc., a Mexican wholesale and retail food company established in 1987 in Pittsburgh, PA by Nic DiCio. Nic's mother gave him his appreciation for fine cuisine. When she moved to Pittsburgh from Texas she had to send home for the authentic quality ingredients needed to prepare authentic Mexican and Latin American foods. Nic saw a demand for these items in Pittsbugh and set out to fill that need. Located in the heart of Pittsburgh’s historical “Strip District”, Reyna Foods operates the oldest Latin American and Caribbean grocery in the Pittsburgh area.

General Manager: Miguel Casillas, Oscar Avila


Tue - Thu: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
Fri - Sat: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Sun: 11:00 am - 8:00 pm


Port Authority of Allegheny County

It couldn't be easier to get the Strip District via Port Authority of Allegheny County's extensive public transportation network. With frequent and newly expanded 24-hour bus service, access to the Strip District has never been so convenient and affordable.

Click below to view Port Authority bus routes that provide service to and from Pittsburgh's Strip District and for information about public transit initiatives that will further enhance transportation options for traveling to and from the Strip.


There's lots of parking available in the Strip.

Check out the huge lot on Smallman from 11th Street up to 16th Street (parking fee).

Another surface parking lot is between Penn Avenue and Smallman Streets stretching from 13th to 14th Streets. Entrance to this lot is on Smallman Street (parking fee).

You can also park at St. Stanislaus' lot at 21st Street and Smallman for a donation.

There's another parking lot between Penn Avenue and Smallman Street stretching from 23rd to 24th Streets (parking fee).

You can also find metered parking along Smallman Street from 14th Street up to 21st Street.

The Cork Factory parking garage is now available at 24th and Smallman Streets (parking fee).