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Fast food gets a new face with eateries such Burgatory, BRGR, Max Mex and Hello Bistro.
Under the rules, calories must be displayed on all menus and menu boards.
The menu labeling rules take effect in one year for restaurants.
Pittsburgh cooks up unique eats in non-traditional settings and events, and here are a few to consider this fall.
Pittsburgh's most delicious pasta can be found at Mezzo Downtown in the three-tier Sienna Mercato building.
ARDE was the only tenant for the showcase Federal North property, a longtime eyesore.
With help from Sofranko Advisory Group some new restaurant owners have defected from corporate work to wade into the restaurant industry.
Never have there been so many compelling choices in dining, from the elegant special-occasion restaurant to the ultra-casual noodle house.
Whet your appetite ahead of the Post-Gazette’s fall 2014 Dining Guide.
One statement reads: “Art is not about presenting a balanced view of ideas, but about offering a creative perspective ...”
The Lawrenceville space that used to house state Sen. Jim Ferlo’s office will become a casual dining spot run by the owners of Cure.
The Steelers quarterback is an investor in a plan to open a branch of the popular sports bar and restaurant from South Carolina.
The restaurant, serving Palestinian fare since October, closed Saturday after police received a letter containing death threats.
Amid rising food prices, some Pittsburgh restaurants are switching out beef cuts or types of seafood to keep most menu prices the same.
Pittsburgh dining spots are hurting for staff because of the city’s low immigration rate.
Conflict Kitchen will be closed until Pittsburgh police confirm the credibility of the threatening letter.
Ragged Row and Asiatique Thai Bistro will open their doors in the coming weeks.
Alla Famiglia in Allentown flourishes as a red sauce destination.
Controversy over Conflict Kitchen’s focus on Palestinian fare reaches Teresa Heinz Kerry and John Kerry over a Heinz Endowments grant.
The struggling chain removed dishes including spicy tortilla soup and wood-grilled pork chop, while adding more dishes featuring lobster.
A diner need not have a fancy brand to build loyalty. Diners, like Bob’s Diner here, are the workhorse of the restaurant industry.
The spacious venue in Mt. Lebanon leads diners down a road of Sichuan flavor, with eclectic choices, too.
Strange sights and sounds aren’t related to the drinks menu, regulars say