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The city’s growing economy feeds a dynamic food scene. Here’s how we can do better next year.
Local cooks share their favorite books, from standbys to new classics.
The best of Pittsburgh dining in 2014 includes the rise of international cuisine and a dominance of beer, coffee and cocktails.
And Moio’s Italian Pastry in Monroeville makes the effort. Delicate sheets of dough and filling make sfogliatelle a rare and special treat.
Poros will offer polished Greek fare while Simple Greek (a revamped My Big Fat Greek Gyro) will go for updated fast-casual.
The Allegheny County Health Department wants to post A-B-C cleanliness grades on restaurant doors, restaurant owners say current system
Jon Rubin, receiving a Carol R. Brown Creative Achievement Award, said the money will allow him to bring more Palestinian voices into town.
As seafood sales soar, more Pittsburghers celebrate Feast of the Seven Fishes, an Italian tradition for Christmas Eve.
Kevin Sousa’s new undertaking is Superior Motors, a Kickstarter-funded project housed in a former Braddock car dealership.
High-end wines now available by the glass at some upscale hotels.
The authentic Chinese restaurant in Squirrel Hill draws diners with compelling dishes, nuanced cooking, good ingredients — and lots of heat
The Downtown steakhouse replaced the duct work, yet the dining room saw little damage and the decor remains the same.
The city’s restaurant boom continues with a new round of openings through the winter.