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New outdoor Millvale food and drinks spot will start with limited Friday and Saturday hours, just in case the weather cooperates.
Brugge on North will debut in Alphabet City in less than two months.
Derek Stevens’ first solo restaurant is a crowd-pleaser; it’s the first independently owned restaurant in the revived Union Trust Building.
Tearless Sunions are sweet and crunchy, and are not genetically modified.
National Aviary to hold rainforest-inspired soiree; winter beer fest at the convention center; Pittsburgh Opera presents a Puccini lunch.
Millvale’s “weird little brewery” expands into a big West Deer brewery and taproom and a much wider variety of brews instead of just sours.
Variations of the ground meat — with different spices, toppings and ratio of pork to beef — can be found all over the world.
Generally made with seasoned meat, poultry or fish that is ground or chopped, a sausage is stuffed into a casing.
Pittsburgh native becomes vegan after reading a passage at the synagogue and now heads Jewish Veg, which promotes plant-based diets.
A rundown of where to bask in the warmth before winter returns
Visits to Burgh’ers, Pirata and the new Carmi.
Expect naturally leavened pizza and eventually sandwiches, calzones and more at the brick-and-mortar location.
While you wait for spring’s lettuces and asparagus to arrive, green beans will feed your desire for something green.
It’s the bakery’s fourth outpost in Pittsburgh. It’s in the former Penn Ave. Fish Co. spot on Forbes Avenue.
The city’s restaurants land many nods this year.
The new 140-seat restaurant also bills itself as a drinkery and cigar bar.
Richard and George Cadbury, who made Valentine’s Day sweet and rich, grew up in a home described as “ascetic, disciplined, and severe.”
History Uncorked will be held at the Heinz History Center and a Fermentation Festival will be held in Lawrenceville.
Blaze Pizza is known for its design-your-own pizza that has embraced a Chipotle-style ordering.
Pineapple tarts are fragrant, delicious and meaningful — what’s not to love about them?
The menu on Chinese New Year reflects foods that have auspicious qualities.
With dinnertime coming earlier during winter, potatoes and cabbage help a meal come together faster and with less fuss.
Primanti Bros. is offering a free fish sandwich deal during Lent, sort of.
The project from the Penn Avenue Fish Company owners has opened in the Clark Building.
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Some are naming sandwiches with fishy puns and offering them at discounted prices.
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It’s the Year of the Dog, and this is a good time to explore the Pittsburgh neighborhood’s regional Chinese cuisine.
During last year's Fat Tuesday, the Oakmont Bakery sold 480 cakes.
This week’s visits include La Gourmandine, Spoon and the new Poulet Bleu
Chris and Jennifer Bonfili will open a different restaurant with a new concept in the near future.
Plus, Caliente opens in Aspinwall and Pittsburgh hotels line up AAA rankings
For Fat Tuesday parties, diners can don their beads and eat king cakes and po’boys.
Deliveries started Thursday in Austin, Texas; Cincinnati; Dallas; and Virginia Beach, Virginia; and is set to expand nationwide this year.
Out-of-town healthy chains are shaking up the local market.
Production of the nation’s most-popular meat is headed for the biggest growth spurt in more than a decade.
In a Harmar shopping plaza, across from Alpha Ice Complex, a new restaurant serves beautiful and delicious breakfasts and lunch.
As a result, a state anti-discrimination law does not apply to the baker of the cake in question, who happens to be in Bakersfield.
A rebrand and an earlier chef departure shook things up at the Pittsburgh Fairmont, but a new head chef points to good things ahead.
Not all foods need to be shaped into a heart; some express love just the way they are.
Before you start fasting for Lent, eat your fair share of paczki, the deep-fried Polish doughnuts filled with cream or fruit.
Not only can you get a meal filled with love but also pair it with something else to do when you visit these restaurants.
A traveling exhibit tracing the rise and fall of Prohibition stops by at the Heinz History Center.
Heart-shaped foods doesn’t mean just dinner for two; they also are fit for kids, mom, grandma, sibs and friends.
The French-inspired restaurant, from the Richard DeShantz Group, opens on Butler Street.
Check out Streets on Carson, Michigan & Trumbull, and Sarafino’s.
Upper St. Clair specialty food store, which was ahead of its time when it opened in 1986, is closing Feb. 25.
Few meals are more American than a burger and fries, but the affordability of that classic meal depends on a free-trade agreement.
It wouldn’t be the Super Bowl without some super-good wings. These forgo the traditional buffalo sauce for a garlicky dry rub.
Contestants are encouraged to bake from the heart and express their hopes, dreams, fears or frustrations in their pie creations.