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Ramen spot on Wood Street is a hip space with great drinks and tasty Japanese and Asian foods; upstairs lunch hot- and cold bars open soon.
The sourdough pizza is the star here, but, man, does it make a killer baloney — or, rather, mortadella — sandwich.
Thai food truck moves to brick-and-mortar location on the South Side.
You’ll find few restaurants with a name as straightforward as this where they do all three of those B’s quite well.
Shawn Janovich and business partner Will Wilson opened the spot in July 2016 and they deliver on all three fronts of B.
A few short blocks apart, two new spots offer well-prepared Italian-American classics
Sibling East Liberty establishments offer polar opposite fare but with similar focus on quality.
Worth-the-drive fare at this tiny Greensburg spot dedicated to a bygone grandmother.
Raise a glass the right way this weekend when celebrating Ireland’s patron saint.
This sandwich shop features only pig products, and the owners are bullish on success.
In a Harmar shopping plaza, across from Alpha Ice Complex, a new restaurant serves beautiful and delicious breakfasts and lunch.
They are as ubiquitous, popular and delicious as ever. Take a tour of two dozen of Pittsburgh’s best wing options.
Self-taught pitmaster bringing quality barbecue to tiny Beaver County shop.
Attention to detail and quality ingredients in a cozy setting make this eatery stand apart – despite competitors with similar names.
A pierogi-based restaurant in the Golden Triangle is a million dollar idea but needs the execution to match.
What’s in a name? At Brick N’ Mortar, the whole story is contained within.
Downtown is source of healthy fare and lousy wordplay for Munch columnist.
After Thanksgiving excess, the the body will pine for healthy, light fare like the all-vegan menu with heavy Middle Eastern accents at B52.
The road goes on forever, but the dining options don’t for a young band working hard to make it big.
A promising start for colorful Beechview BYOB Mexican restaurant.
Mt. Lebanon lunch counter inspired by a bygone fine dining spot in the Mon Valley
Oakmont pub provides a good bet to hunker down and watch the Steelers with quality food and drink, and a lot of TVs.
Small Downtown shop offers South American street food to delicious effect in barebones location
Does a Kennedy pub have the most locally sourced sammie in Greater Pittsburgh? Either way, it’s got a good story.
Columnist shares 40 favorite Pittsburgh food stops, past and present.
South Side pan-Asian noodle house offers big portions at good value in colorful space.
This Charleroi spot isn’t a drop-what-you’re-doing-and-go destination yet, but it soon will be.
It’s a solid option for Asian fare along the Pittsburgh area’s suburban traffic hellscape that is McKnight Road.
Robert Chambers Jr. first opened the joint in Homewood in the late 1980s and moved it to this roadside spot a decade ago.
Homestead spot has upscale ambition minus a stuffy atmosphere.
The number of combinations is astronomical at funky Downtown spot Condado Tacos.
Homestead restaurant honors labor leader and serves well-prepared classics.
Japanese gastropub delivers quality fare at reasonable prices.
A gorgeous space with hit-or-miss food at Asian-themed Downtown hotspot.
Giant new Downtown sports bar is a crowd-pleaser with room for improvement
Sushi donuts and sushi tacos on the menu at fast casual Oakland spot.
This pizza is worth the drive on Route 30.
A new Upper St. Clair supermarket offers sit-down “surf-and-turf” dining with two dozen draft beers, wines by the glass and cocktails.
At a beautifully renovated DoubleTree by Hilton near booming Cranberry, a classic American restaurant impresses with salt, pepper and fire.
Just like a greenhouse traps heat inside, certain gasses in Earth’s atmosphere trap heat near the planet’s surface.
Rolled ice cream trend rolls into Mt. Lebanon by way of Thailand and New York.
The city’s only — if not first — purveyor of Colombian cuisine delivers delicious South American dishes.
What you see is what you get at North Shore party spot.
New owners turn Del’s into a barbecue on Liberty.
South Side Tex-Mex spot is vastly improved but can still smooth some edges
Former Tambellini’s in Bridgeville is on track to be a sports bar destination for people who like good and interesting food.
New Downtown pizza shop brings Neapolitan street fare in sleek setting.
Restaurant incubator/food hall in the Strip District gives four aspiring restaurateurs a space to ply their trade.
Tavern brings Hungarian food, culture and heritage to Pittsburgh’s North Side.
An ambitious new Italian restaurant in the Strip District combines tradition with technique to excellent effect.