The violations that led to the shutdown included recurring roach infestation and food being held at unsafe temperatures, officials said.
James Rich's truck travels around town to become a favorite dining spot -- especially for restaurant owners and staff.
A Sunday soiree; late night at Meat & Potatoes; Craft beer production; new wing joints to arrive in the area
Munch goes to brunch at Franktuary in Lawrenceville.
It's no coincidence that the alluring strawberry ripens in the comely month of June, when day reaches into night as the solstice nears.
In "Willy Wonka" style, Salt had 10 golden tickets for guests at Pittsburgh Magazine's event. The winners got whisked to one memorable meal.
Craft beers are replacing Yuengling and Jim Beam is being dumped for boutique whiskey.
Lydiah's Coffee House is in an unassuming storefront on Grant Street that serves coffee, tea and muffins in a space that holds a few tables.
The chain finds investing in updating its aging fleet of restaurants helps draw in new customers and increase sales by more than 10 percent.
Downtown boasts many new restaurants. Here's a list of lunch, dinner and drink spots for relaxed to fine-dining tastes.
Inspection reports from the health department show the food court at the Pittsburgh airport is a hot spot for food safety violations.
The former Taste of Dahntahn restaurant will soon re-open serving American dim sum.
Munch goes to Skinny Pete's Kitchen in Avalon.
Restaurants and bars stir up eclectic array of craft beers, signature cocktails and regional wine for summer.
Sunday suppers at Pittsburgh restaurants are serving nostalgia and comfort.
When Munch went to Roman Bistro 33, which is in the former Bacchus restaurant space, he was instructed to do as the Romans do.
Carrabba's Italian Grill received the OK for their request to transfer a liquor license for the restaurant slated to open on McKnight Road.
Gators in Indiana Township and Centannis in Beechview together owe $38,000 in unpaid taxes.
The restaurateur behind Golden Spike, Johnny Garneau's American Style Smorgasbord and The Beanery died Tuesday. He was 90.
Lawrenceville restaurant now occupying the former Lucky Dragon on could become another viable Butler Street dining destination.
All India and Yuva India have debuted in response to a demand within Oakland and beyond.
Dollar oysters Tuesday nights at Salt of the Earth; and soft shell crabs are landing all over town
Giuseppe "Joe" Aiello, who created award-winning pies with fresh toppings and ingredients, died at age 71.
In the wake of the Hofbrauhaus settlement, how are bars and restaurants in Pennsylvania to decide when someone is visibly intoxicated?
I reject calling a restaurant "good, for Pittsburgh." The city is supporting promising places that would earn accolades in any town.
The Hard Rock Cafe Pittsburgh offers a Pittsburgh Pierogi Burger.
At Hunan Cafe Chinese & Cuban you get three menus: a Chinese (featuring Hunan and Sichuan specials), a Chinese-American and a Cuban.
While still finding its footing, this elegant space in Lawrenceville brings together stellar bartenders for an ambitious concept.
Mark and Nicole Cleland react to the $15.6 million they will receive from Hofbrauhaus.
The Hofbrauhaus restaurant also agreed to protocol changes to try to stop customers from getting too intoxicated.
The up-and-coming dining scene not only is starting to generate buzz locally, it's also becoming known as a good place to build a career.
New South Side Thai is spot is good, regardless of who tells you
Here are some available brunch options as well as alternatives for mothers who shy away from the Sunday restaurant ritual.
Restaurants soon could be required to post grades, but the system will wait for input from a new county health director.
Our road food guy goes back in time, and in space, at an old Italian joint and a new Texas barbecue place here in Pittsburgh.
The building owner said he is in "final lease negotiations" with Eat'n Park about taking 4,000 square feet at the corner of Forbes and Wood.
Le Virtu combines ingredients of a hearty winter with the freshness of spring.
What to expect among Pittsburgh's newest restaurants and bars.
From Six Penn Kitchen to Bar Marco, a number of chefs have moved around restaurants in the past few weeks.
Munch goes to Sal's City Deli for a beef on weck
The restaurant will be located on McKnight Road across the street from Lowe's on the edge of McCandless Crossing's fourth and final phase.
After meeting with Allegheny County DA Stephen A. Zappala Jr.'s office, Pittsburgh public safety director Michael Huss changed his mind.
Now at Restaurant Echo in Cranberry, Mr. O'Brien was a presence in Hyeholde's kitchen for 17 years, mentoring many ambitious chefs.
Chef David Racicot's determination to present elegant cuisine with fine service pays off.
South Side bar owners are upset that Pittsburgh public safety director Michael Huss killed plans for public-private patrols.
South Side's Double Wide Grill creates a special area where dog-owners can dine with their dogs.
The new PGH Crepes cart is selling crepes in Pittsburgh's Strip District and, soon, Downtown.
Food news this week includes the lowdown on wood-fired pizza Downtown, Three Stooges cheese plates, and a wild tasting.
Fun, games and great sandwiches are worth the hunt for this eatery in the U.S. Steel Tower's basement.
The restaurant is one of three planned in a two-story building at 942 Penn Ave. in the heart of Pittsburgh's Cultural District.
The basics: Be on time, respectful and polite. Expect quality but don't be a tyrant. (Oh, and please don't engage in intimate acts...)
A new Cuban restaurant in Lawrenceville could use a little boost when it comes to ambiance.
Bourdain to visit; French spring dinner; Chef showcase; Craft Beer Week; Taste of Market Square and a Daffodil Dinner.
It's the latest Asian restaurant to open in Squirrel Hill, and it features skins, bones and exotic ingredients.
Pittsburgh's restaurant scene is experiencing unprecedented growth, so you're likely to find a variety of interesting dining spots.
Restaurants are saucing up late-season vegetables with technique and style
New North Shore spot BZ's Bar & Grill finishes just above .500.
As Market Square dining scene grows, Sienna Sulla joins two other solid Italian spots, each offering something a little different.
Spring dinners, restaurant change-ups, and coffee on wheels this week
Five years after a bankruptcy filing closed all of the Bennigan's restaurants, the Irish-themed bar-and-grill chain is back in business.
There's no shortage of things to see, hear, eat and do in the capital of the Lone Star State.
Austin's Franklin Barbecue offers the silkiest, sweetest and best Q in the state.
The former chef Sarafino's takes a red sauce-meets-steakhouse menu to Butler Street.
Maybe you hadn't noticed, what with March Madness and all the Turnpike indictments, but we live in an era of increasing specialization.
Conflict Kitchen reopens in new location in Oakland's Schenley Plaza.
Steer & Wheel's debut last week adds to the food truck fleet: Oh My Grill, Franktuary, BRGR, Pittsburgh Pierogi, PGH Taco Truck and more.
Chefs may not love it, but aside from being indulgent, brunch is the meal for paying homage to the people we cherish.
Munch goes to Gaucho, a restaurant in Pittsburgh's Strip District serving Argentine food from a wood-fired grill.