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Danielle DiNardo, formerly at Eleven in the Strip District, will be the general manager for the new restaurant on South Highland Avenue.
How to get what you want in a restaurant without being a jerk to the staff or your dining companions.
International series of “secret” dinners to hit Pittsburgh in summer of 2015.
The new Twelve Oaks Restaurant & Tavern in Brownsville is an upscale eatery and boutique in a mansion in the historic river town.
Pittsburgh’s only Burmese restaurant, Royal Myanmar offers traditional dishes on a pan-Asian menu.
One of the first celebrity chefs made a big impression on that city and beyond.
The collaboration brings NoWait to 113 new restaurants in 11 states.
Chris Cunningham has cooked for two governors, two senators and a king, now he’s private chef for the Chait family.
Paskbord dinner features a buffet of Swedish specialties
Partner Frederic Rongier plans on selling macarons, cakes, croissants, baguettes and the rare-in-Pittsburgh canele, brought Downtown daily.
Senti, the fourth sit-down Italian place on Butler Street, is shaping up to be a good neighborhood restaurant.
“I wanted to bring some of the best things Pittsburgh has to offer,” said owner Luke Parker.
Pizza shops in Bridgeville and Carrick with similar names are headed to court in a trademark dispute.
The new Franktuary, which already has a restaurant in Lawrenceville, will be at 115 Forbes Ave., between McDonald’s and Dunkin’ Donuts.
John “Jack” Brusick of McKeesport has owned and operated The Elbow Room in his hometown since 1957.
The bar was padlocked for a failure to pay the county drink tax.
At the new boutique hotel Downtown, an ambitious team of experienced cooks turns out American tavern fare made with top-tier ingredients.
Debts dogged previous ventures, but he’s clearing them while building a Braddock venue with foundation, nonprofit and crowdsourced support.
Jeremy Nolen shows the influences of growing up in Pennsylvania Dutch country in “New German Cooking,” written with his wife, Jessica.