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The suit says Chicago American Sweet & Snacks sells cookies called "Smiley's" that Eat'n Park says are a lot like its product.
With four locations and growing, Las Palmas tacos build a community of frugal fans.
The new North Side spot adds comfortable cheer to East Ohio Street.
David Ondik, Michael Allen and Nirav Patel opened the first location of the Yard a year ago in what had been Pangea in Shadyside.
In a complaint filed today in U.S. District Court, the ex-waitress says the chain violated the federal Americans with Disabilities Act.
Should you sit and should you tip? Answers to reader questions on cafe etiquette.
The izakaya, or Japanese pub, will feature, "traditional Japanese dishes using modern techniques and local ingredients.“
Local restaurant news: Donato Coluccio of Donato's in Fox Chapel area heads to Capital Grille; James Rich moves into Gus’s kitchen.
Robert Miller and Jessica Martin Adams will open The Fire Side Pub at 6290 Broad St. in the former Station Street Hot Dogs space.
The burger restaurant is one of 12 that will debut this season at stadiums affiliated with Live Nation around the country.
President Bill Clinton, British Prime Minister John Major, Cher and Russell Crowe are among more than 500,000 people who have dined there.
A group of friends set out to find Pittsburgh’s best french fries — a quest that took three years.
Pirata will feature food from South America, Puerto Rico, Cuba and Mexico, and offer more than 200 rums, the restaurant’s co-owner says.
Despite county council’s 12-1 vote against the grading system, the health board voted to re-establish a food safety advisory committee.
Sakari at Monterey Bay Fish Grotto in Mount Washington has a breathtaking view, but the food falls flat.
The measure requiring restaurants to post A-B-C letter grades on health inspections failed in a 12-1 vote of Allegheny County Council.
Proof in Shadyside will close, but its owner does not know what he was going to do with the building.
With a menu of super stacked sandwiches, pierogies, sides and sweets, owner Darren Smith makes as much as he can in-house.
Why the James Beard chef and restaurant awards could matter for Pittsburgh.
The new Smoke Taqueria in Lawrenceville offers more seating, a central location, terrific tacos and smoked meat.
“We’re evaluating it day to day,” said one of the franchise owners. “We hope that it’s going to be a temporary thing.”
The Pittsburgh mobile food scene looks to go up a notch this June, when the Pittsburgh Porkrind Bike hits the streets.
Allegheny County Council's committee on Health and Human Services voted to send the proposal to full council with a neutral recommendation.
The move to take GMOs out of its products is a first for a major restaurant chain.
The restaurant that had been one of the pioneering businesses in the neighborhood's revival will hold its last service May 2.
The owners of the property where Kevin Sousa operated Station Street Hot Dogs have sued the chef and his wife for a total of $60,425.98.
The DelPizzo family sold the building, at 4428 Liberty Ave., to Herky Pollock, an executive vice president with CBRE.