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Snacks n’at: Kavsar Uzbek Halal Restaurant

By Michael Machosky
For hundreds of years, the Silk Road was the main land corridor connecting the Western world with the thriving, but distant cultures of the Far …

Historic houses find new life as Pittsburgh-area restaurants

By Tribune-Review
There’s nothing like a home-cooked meal. But some restaurants take that concept to another level — with settings that make you feel as though you …

Willow reopens, and, though there’s much new, that just means there’s much new to enjoy

By Sarah Sudar
When I first dined at Willow, it was more than five years ago. And, it was one of my first dining experiences at a locally …

Dining news: Burgatory shakes it up with scary shake

By Tribune-Review
Burgatory, with several Pittsburgh-area locations, is featuring the ScareHouse Dirt Pudding Shake, with a portion of the sales benefiting Make Room for Kids at the …

Snacks N’At: Rum Runners Saloon, Ross

By Kellie B. Gormly
At Rum Runners Saloon, a new restaurant in the woodsy area of Ross on Babcock Boulevard, patrons looking to watch the game — any game …

Salud Cuban American Restaurant and Lounge brings island food to Pittsburgh shores

By Amanda Mcfadden
Among the standout restaurants that line Butler Street in Lawrenceville, you will find a few inconspicuous bars and dining spots. If you blink, you’ll probably …

Dining News: Pittsburgh’s Habitat launches fall dinner menu

By Rachel Weaver
Chef Jason Dalling at Habitat, 510 Market St., Downtown, has launched a fall dinner menu utilizing the abundance of the fall harvest, seasonal ingredients and traditional fall-cooking techniques such as canning and smoking. Local items in the menu include products …

Consol Energy Center revamps menu for Penguins games

By Michael Machosky
Phil Bourque is known around town as a lot of things: a color commentator for the Pittsburgh Penguins, a former Pens player of some renown …

Everyday Noodles in Squirrel Hill belies the name, especially with its dumplings

By Laura Zorch
The kind server at Everyday Noodles in Squirrel Hill stands in front of our bench, picks up a spoon big enough to be a ladle, …

Sloppy Dogzz? Yeah, but the taste is what matters in Lower Burrell

By Rex Rutkoski
When you spend 25 years traveling the nation’s highways as a truck driver and touring musician, you can do a lot of hot dog research. …

Sarver’s Big Louie’s brings dream of first-class eatery to life

By Eric Felack
Background Word-of-mouth praise from friends and family for a new restaurant in the Sarver section of Buffalo Township have poured in this summer. After two …

Dining news: Smokey Bones Bar & Fire Grill unveils new menu

By Rachel Weaver
Smokey Bones Bar & Fire Grill, with several locations in the Pittsburgh region, recently rolled out a new menu. Additions include buffalo-chicken dip, Beer Can …

Fukuda set to close Sept. 28 in Bloomfield

By Tribune-Review
Fukuda in Bloomfield will close Sept. 28, according to owner Hoon Kim. “We were trying to bring in Japanese cuisine, which was lacking in Pittsburgh, and to a large degree, we were able to do that,” Kim says. “Fukuda as …

Snacks N’At: Chateau Cafe & Cakery, North Side

By Rachel Weaver
Chateau Cafe & Cakery has helped fill a void in a North Side neighborhood where workers once had to go a bit out of their …

Amazing Cafe has more than smoothies and juices for those in search of vegetarian eating options

By Julia Gongaware
My idea of healthy eating used to be asking for a whole-wheat bun with my cheeseburger and fries. You could say it wasn’t something I …

Dining news: Lawrenceville’s Franktuary serves up artistry with ArtDOG

By Rachel Weaver
Franktuary’s monthly featured frank is usually a creative twist on local, seasonal produce, but, this September, guests will provide the hot-dog artistry. Served on a …

Brownsville restaurant opens in historic home, pays homage to ‘Gone With the Wind’ plantation

By Mary Pickels
Susan Yurkovich was not sure what her husband had in mind when he took her to a Water Street property in Brownsville last year. “He …

Harmony Inn restaurant opens after numerous delays

By Bill Vidonic
For Bob McCafferty, an oven fire just before the unofficial reopening of the Harmony Inn last month wasn’t much of a surprise, considering the struggles …

Grit & Grace offers the new, interesting, still Asian

By Sarah Sudar
With a name like Grit & Grace, you might think this Downtown eatery serves Southern comfort food. But don’t let the name be misleading. Here, …

Snacks N’At: Tartine, West End

By Alice T. Carter
With its eye-catching blue facade and flower-filled window boxes, Tartine brings a little bit of Paris to a workaday block of the West End’s South …