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New Kensington’s Zamboni Sports Bar & Grill to offer restaurant fare

By Sandra Fischione Donovan
Along with three other men, Rob Kemp of Natrona Heights hoisted a more than 400-pound stainless-steel cooking hood off a truck last week at the …

Hundred Wood reclaims part of Point Park’s Downtown Pittsburgh campus

By Rachel Weaver
Having worked Downtown for years, Denny and Melody Scott know what people are looking for when it comes to quick, quality food served in a …

Snacks N’at: Coffee & Cream, Greenfield

By JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
The Hershey’s ice cream sign drew her in. The taste of the cool treat will keep her coming back. “My husband Tony and I were …

Pasta, seafood, amore: Dish Osteria and Bar garners notice for authentic Sicilian fare

By Julia Gongaware
I grew up in a mostly Italian town. We celebrated Pasta e Fagioli, names made up of mostly vowels, and DeLallo’s. But there was a …

Dining News: Pop-up barbecue stand planned at Andys in Pittsburgh

By Rachel Weaver
Fairmont Pittsburgh executive chef Jason Dalling will launch a one-day, pop-up barbecue stand Aug. 29 at Andys bar, 510 Market St., Downtown. The limited menu …

Snacks N’at: Dobra Tea, Squirrel Hill

By Rachel Weaver
Along Murray Avenue in Squirrel Hill awaits an oasis of tranquility, taste and tea. Dobra Tea, which opened in 2013, transports guests to a Moroccan …

Savoy’s supper-club atmosphere makes it more of an event than a dine-n-dash

By Sarah Sudar
Savoy radiates a sexy and sophisticated vibe that can be picked up even before walking through the front door. This restaurant acts more like a supper club, offering food and, …

Mama K’s Kitchen in Allegheny Township lives up to the name in the food it makes

By Bill West
Background She’s sorry to disappoint, but Kelly Smith looks nothing like the matronly woman many people imagine would own and embody Mama K’s Kitchen in …

Dining News: Notion plans six-course tasting menu in East Liberty

By Rachel Weaver
Chef Dave Racicot of Notion, 128 S. Highland Ave., East Liberty, will pay tribute to quintessential Pittsburgh fare with a special six-course tasting menu to …

Pittsburgh restaurants vie for title at Taste of the Championships

By JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
They won’t be swinging from parallel bars or trying to stay upright on a 4-inch-wide balance beam, but some local chefs will be involved in …

Snacks N’at: Bama’s Southern Kitchen, Brookline

By Kellie B. Gormly
Transplanted Southerners in Pittsburgh have been flocking to Brookline, where the new Bama’s Southern Kitchen is serving up homestyle barbecue, cornbread, greens and other casual …

Avenue B. in Shadyside may have a quaint atmosphere, but excels in taste

By Amanda Mcfadden
If you’re looking for a mid-day meal during the week, a place where you can get away and enjoy a leisurely, upscale lunch, look no …

Dining News: Sirena Taco Joint & Bar open now in Peters

By Rachel Weaver
Sirena Taco Joint & Bar is open at Donaldson’s Crossroad, 3909 Washington Road, Peters. The restaurant offers a variety of tacos but specializes in fish …

No one will go hungry at Heinz Field this year

By Michael Machosky
The Steelers may or may not post a winning season this year, but at least, they’ll keep their streak of “nobody starves to death at …

Rooftop hives link beekeeping with haute cuisine at Duquesne Club

By Bob Karlovits
Not too long ago, Sara Milarski was terrified of bees. Now, she works with 75,000 of them. Milarski and Keith Coughenour have added the task …

Mt. Washington dining gets another entry in the height of fine dining with Altius

By Laura Zorch
Mt. Washington dining has become synonymous with special occasions. With a view of the two rivers merging into the Ohio, complete with a sparkling city …

Frankly, The Hot Dog Guys of New Kensington are proud of their product

By Rex Rutkoski
Call most people “hot dogs” and they probably won’t take it kindly. Refer to New Kensington brothers Paul and Jim Barton as “The Hot Dog …

MacKenzie’s Pub provides both quality and quantity

By Eric Felack
Background When the words tavern, bar, pub or inn are associated with a business, the emphasis is usually on the alcohol. But at MacKenzie’s Pub …

Dining news: Open Bottle Bistro welcomes wine importer Joe Barsotti

By Rachel Weaver
Open Bottle Bistro, 5884 Ellsworth Ave., Shadyside, will welcome wine importer Joe Barsotti for a Sicilian Summer Wine Dinner, with Ryan Taylor providing guitar and singing entertainment, at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 13. The event will feature a first course of …

Strip District’s Dulcinea Bakeshop gives delicious twist to classics

By Michael Machosky
Lemon bars with candied rosemary ($2). Chai-infused oatmeal cream pie ($2). Bacon cinnamon rolls ($3.25). Doesn’t that make walking just a few blocks farther seem …