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Snacks N’At: Yule Haus, Holiday Market, Downtown

By Kellie B. Gormly
You won’t find your standard food-stand snack fare at Yule Haus. That’s too ordinary and Americanized for the German-themed Peoples Gas Holiday Market, located in ...

Toast of the Town: Explore Lawrenceville’s many watering holes

By Michael Machosky
Pittsburgh sure has a lot of bars. In fact, according to a study by Infogroup Targeting Solutions, we have the most bars per capita in America. ...

Eleven combines decor, food to give diners reasons to enjoy eating there

By Julia Gongaware
I’m not the biggest fan of brunch. I know, I know. What’s not to like? It has all the necessary ingredients for success: Mimosas, breakfast ...

Clarks’ Landing has enough to offer that customers might need help deciding what to eat

By Joyce Hanz
It might be that the menu at Clarks’ Landing in downtown Kittanning is a bit too packed with offerings. “People have a hard time choosing,” says ...

Dining news: Hello Bistro opens third location in Downtown Pittsburgh

By Rachel Weaver
The third location of Hello Bistro, the newest Eat’n Park Hospitality Group restaurant, is open at the corner of Forbes and Wood streets, Downtown. Hello Bistro ...

Brazilian steakhouse coming to former Saks site Downtown

By Tom Fontaine
Washington County-based Millcraft Investments said Tuesday it secured the first of several retail tenants for a building it is planning on the site of Downtown’s former Saks Fifth Avenue department store. Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse will occupy space on the ...

Snacks n’at: Bob’s Sub in Harrison Township

By Rex Rutkoski
“Good vibes, great subs” is more than just a motto at Bob’s Sub. It’s clearly a most satisfying way of doing business for owners P.J. (Patrick) ...

Clifford’s Restaurant happily serves up fresh, seasonal, made-from-scratch meals

By Sarah Sudar
Clifford’s Restaurant is in the middle of farmland. Literally. Off exit 88 of Interstate 79, down a few windy roads, past a few residential houses and ...

Dining news: Osteria, Cioppino roll out holiday cocktail menus

By Rachel Weaver
Osteria 2350, 2350 Railroad St. in the Strip District, is featuring a holiday seasonal-cocktail menu. It includes the Yule Mule with Kettle One vodka, fresh lime, ...

Celebrity Chef Tour dinner planned at Pittsburgh history center

By Rachel Weaver
Chef Justin Severino will host a James Beard Foundation’s Celebrity Chef Tour dinner at 6:30 p.m. March 25 at the Senator John Heinz History Center ...

Peters-based My Big Fat Greek Gyro looks for boost from reality TV

By Matthew Santoni
The owners of a local chain of Greek restaurants with dreams of going national are hoping a reality TV makeover will help those dreams come ...

Snacks N’At: Impressionz, East Liberty

By Michael Machosky
For restaurants, making a good first impression is important. But they’re considerably less important than, say, great food and service. Impressionz, a small Jamaican restaurant in East ...

North Side’s Lola Bistro takes your taste buds to anyplace packed with flavor

By Amanda Mcfadden
Traipse up the steps and into the angular door of Lola Bistro, situated on a hushed corner of the North Side behind the hustle and ...

Franco’s, in its new Aspinwall home, keeps making traditional, made-from-scratch meals

By Mary Ann Thomas
The return of a classic restaurant brings old Italian favorites home again. For almost 30 years, Franco’s has been serving up traditional Italian cuisine in ...

Dining news: Maggie’s Farm rum earns honor for Allegheny Distilling

By Rachel Weaver
The fifth annual New York International Spirits Competition held each fall at the 3 West Club in Manhattan has, through a blind tasting, awarded a ...

Pittsburgh restaurants deliver the art of charcuterie

By Tribune-Review
They are the perfect choice for an appetizer to share. Charcuterie offerings have been around for a long time but have really taken off in ...

Dining news: Hyatt Regency Pittsburgh International Airport names new executive chef

By Rachel Weaver
Airport Hyatt gets a new executive chef Hyatt Regency Pittsburgh International Airport has appointed Nicholas Saxon as executive chef. Saxon, a 10-year culinary veteran, was ...

North Huntingdon restaurant owners want to ‘give you that little bit above and beyond’

By Laura Zorch
The dinner table is a place for gathering. Friends catch up. Romances are born. Families are reunited. No piece of furniture provides a higher purpose. A ...

Snacks n’at: Yetter’s in Millvale

By Alice T. Carter
For nearly 65 years, Yetter’s in Millvale has been serving up ice-cream treats and handmade candies six days a week. “That’s a lot of milkshakes,” says ...

Maddio’s Pizza and Subs deserves taste-contest rep and is ‘all about the food,’ not the decor

By Eric Felack
BACKGROUND After Maddio’s Pizza and Subs beat out more than  70 Western Pennsylvania pizzerias in a radio station’s taste contest (40,000 votes from listeners, second ...