New Downtown spot focuses on rum and Caribbean cuisine.
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A coffee shop, a bar and a restaurant under one roof in a gorgeous setting in Lawrenceville.
Restaurant is an unlikely spot for excellent southeast Asian fare in Washington County.
Suburban brewery’s city spot serves award-winning beer with winning sandwich combinations.
A Bloomfield butcher uses his meats in his exceptional namesake sandwich shop.
Barbecue, blues and bourbon are the specialty at this new North Hills spot.
For a Memorial Day road trip to Fort Necessity National Battlefield, I researched places to eat and drink.
A new Allentown diner embodies the classic greasy spoon, where everything is made to order and a homey feeling rules.
Chef Christian Frangiadis returns to Pittsburgh dining scene in a big way with a new Garfield spot.
After a year’s hiatus, the Regent Square restaurant Cibo reopens with new chef, menu and look.
A new South Side spot gallops the globe with international street foods.
The warmly renovated former Neville Hotel on Neville Island serves up turtle soup and other local favorites with upscale pub fare.
New Tiki bar on Shady Avenue brings tropical tastes to the East End.
An Uptown barbecue spot is ideal for quality — and inexpensive — Penguins pregame grub.
Sushi is as ubiquitous as pizza but remains a pleasure when it’s both interesting and well prepared as it is at Pan Asian Kitchen.
A Mt. Lebanon greasy spoon brings the heat and the flavor with its spicy southern Asian cuisine.
The Hotel Indigo Pittsburgh bar’s drinks and food are another winner for East Liberty.
Rebranded Garfield spot shows promise but needs consistency.
A new East Liberty spot brings Southern seafood flair to Penn Circle.
Bloomfield’s Peanut Butter Jelly Time! offers fun inexpensive takes on an American childhood classic.
The gourmet Lawrenceville sandwich shop Vandal inspires patrons to poetry.
A South Side chocolatier adds soups and sandwiches to its offerings.
Pittsburgh Public Market favorites band together for a Downtown location.
A new brewery in Heidelberg shows great promise with both beer — and food.
The embarrassment of food riches in Pittsburgh is like a sports team with a deep bench.
New Swissvale sandwich shop unleashes the magnificently massive and messy Monongahela Meat Monster.
A new independent spot in Marshall, Pig Iron Public House offers a creative menu and craft beers in a sea of chains.
Skip the chains near the Waterfront and check out a famil- run spot with grandmother’s recipes.
Munch hits the (red) sauce at a pair of new places with Italian-American classics.
Unlike his career, the former Steeler’s new restaurant in Seven Fields plays it close to the vest with solid if unspectacular results.
Small Uptown spot offers breakfast and lunch on the go.
Mt. Lebanon café and deli offers gourmet comfort food.
Local and sustainable is the focus at a terrific new spot in the northern suburbs.
A nonprofit teaches culinary skills and offers food assistance (and sells a good black bean sandwich, with a cilantro cumin sour cream).
A little Blawnox bar makes big impression with award-winning wings.
Wing chains bring the heat and provide the warm-up for a competition judge.
Lawrenceville pizza and performance space offers perfect pies and people-watching.
House-smoked meats and craft beers highlight Barrel Junction, a pub on Route 8 in Richland.
A quirky restaurant in Venetia serves both German and Italian food and more in the basement of a country post office.
Even non-golfers can appreciate a good bite at the clubhouse at Hickory Heights Golf Club.
This Carson Street taco shop offers quick, quality and inexpensive grub.
El Milagro is a modest "miracle" of Mexican food in Beechview.
The pizza student becomes the Jedi Master in the Mon Valley.
Nut Goodie Tumbprints are made with cocoa powder, chocolate chips, maple extract and peanuts.
Mittens & Mingles, St. Nick Soiree and Pints for Primates hold benefits this week.