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Fujiya Ramen is now open in Shadyside in the former Tan Izakaya space, with a menu of dumplings, rice bowls, yakitori and ramen.
While all-you-can-eat salad bars are dead in the rest of the country, it’s driving profits as the No. 1 seller at this local chain — Eat’n
Known for its all-you-can-eat meats and tableside service by gauchos, Fogo de Chao opens at the former Saks Fifth Avenue spot.
These spicy Vietnamese udon noodles are better than takeout and super easy to make at home.
The new/old version of the condiment just started to ship to retailers nationally, according to a company spokesman.
Friday ceremony invites people to raise a glass to the late Tony Knipling, then let all the tastings, tappings, takeovers and tours begin.
Mark your calendar with a few of these food-related events.
Jennifer Calihan, a full-time mom from Fox Chapel, promotes whole, unprocessed foods in her newly released cookbook, “Dinner Plans.”
Spring cleaning shouldn’t mean only chasing away cobwebs and washing down walls, clean out items lingering in your pantry, too.
The yellow cake made with hot milk and topped with broiled caramel and coconut originated in the early 1900s and became a classic.
The cookbook author and restaurateur will talk about new memoir, “My American Dream,” on April 30 at Carnegie Lecture Hall in Oakland.
Sugar-Coated Pecans and Corn Salad are two ways to get your nutrition without causing intestinal problems.
Also, Carnegie’s Bakn will open a new Marshall location.
Warm weather means ice cream and more
A casual spot with great drinks, Soju offers Korean classics, poke and is already drawing a crowd.
After news breaks that the former Pittsburgh-made confectionery may be near the end of its production, fans are trying to buy what’s left.
Giant Eagle recalled the products in response to a notice about possibly contaminated romaine lettuce from a supplier in Yuma, Ariz.
The CDC says chopped romaine lettuce from Yuma, Ariz., is the culprit but has yet to identify the source of the outbreak in 11 states.
Old Economy’s Spring Garden Workshop will feature a 200-year-old beer recipe and bread baked with yeast from hops, the herb of the year.
Kraft Heinz, in a statement Thursday, acknowledged that the name “mayochup” is somewhat polarizing.
The debate over whether tomato is a fruit or vegetable has raged on for years.
There are around ten places to feast on a porterhouse in less than a square mile.
You’ll find few restaurants with a name as straightforward as this where they do all three of those B’s quite well.
Locally made documentary will be screened, and bourbon will be poured, at the Parkway Theater in Stowe and at the Ace Hotel in East Liberty.
Making pesto in spring? Then look beyond basil, hold the pine nuts and think about adding seasonal vegetables.
If you’re feeling carnivorous, try Red the Steakhouse for lunch and happy hour as it joins a throng of other steakhouses Downtown.
Also learn to make cheese; enjoy vintage cocktails and chocolate treats at benefits; and join in potluck dinners.
The event is returning to Pittsburgh for the 12th year and will focus on buying local.
Pennsylvania waters will be stocked with hatchery-raised brook, brown and rainbow trout when the season opens Saturday.
Serve the creamy dip with slices of baguette that are drizzled with olive oil and toasted.
Food & Wine has picked the Braddock restaurant owned by Kevin Sousa as one of the restaurants of the year along with ones in Washington, D.
Wings at Mad Mex, tagine at Morcilla and more.
Brewery and taproom is located in the former Adams Area Fire District hall.
This plant-based burger is packed full of flavor and nutrition.
Starting this weekend, Millvale venue to offer rotating mobile food vendors, wines and beers and entertainment along the riverfront trail.
The owners of Cafe Io are behind Taco Diablo in the former Umai location on Beverly Road. It will open this summer.
Chatham University, DeLallo and Let’s Move Pittsburgh to teach techniques and strategies.
East Liberty Quarter Chamber of Commerce offers classes to showcase member businesses.
There’s a right way and a wrong way to serve and eat hot dogs.
The opening of major league baseball is a perfect time to open the hot dog season.
Learn to make this easy Italian pasta dish that’s loaded with spring vegetables.
Chef-owner Greg Alauzen has opened a place named after his parents where he’s serving approachable Italian fare.
Customers will likely pay more per menu item for convenience.
It’s the first new restaurant from the group since Eleven opened in 2004.
Mac and cheese might be an oldie, but it’s also a can’t-miss goodie.
Big Y Group sells Poros, NOLA on the Square and Perle to the team behind Il Pizzaiolo
Plus, there’s a new cheese shop in Bloomfield and beer garden soon to open on the North Side.
New York author’s new book chronicles the customs of Sephardic Passover traditions across the world, including Iraq, Yemen, Syria, Libya.
Who has the best BBQ? Learn now to concoct a Prohibition-era cocktail. There are lots of food-related activities in the Pittsburgh area.
At St. Gregory’s Russian Orthodox Church in Homestead, the Easter bread known as paska celebrates traditions both new and old.