Dining news: Pittsburgh Restaurant Week; Everyday's a Sundae and Café
By The Tribune-Review
Published: Wednesday, July 31, 2013, 8:01 p.m.
PITTSBURGH RESTAURANT WEEK
Pittsburgh Restaurant Week Summer 2013 will be Aug. 12 to 18.
The event will feature more than 50 restaurants registered to offer special dining deals, featuring many discounted three-course fixed-price meals or $20.13 specials.
Participating restaurants include 1947 Tavern, Abay Ethiopian Cuisine, Alma Pan-Latin Kitchen, Arpino Trattoria, August Henry's City Saloon, Avenue B, Bar Marco, Bistro 19, Bocktown Beer and Grill, Braddock's American Brasserie, Bridge Ten Brasserie, Burgh'ers, Carmi Family Soul Food Restaurant, Center Plate Cafe and Catering, City Oven, Club Colony, Coach's Bottleshop & Grille, Cornerstone Restaurant, DiSalvo's Station Restaurant, Evolution Grille, Franktuary, Fukuda, Ibiza Tapas, James Street Gastropub & Speakeasy, JG's Tarentum Station Grille, Kaleidoscope Café, Lidia's Pittsburgh, Lola Bistro, Mallorca Restaurant, Marty's Market, Matteo's, McCormick & Schmick's, Meat & Potatoes, Mediterrano, Nine on Nine, Paris 66, Pino's Contemporary Kitchen & Wine Bar, River City Grille, Root 174, Sausalido, Sharp Edge Bistro Penn, Six Penn Kitchen, Stone Neapolitan Pizzeria, Tamari, Tender Bar+Kitchen, Terrace Room, The Capital Grille, The Carlton, The Church Brew Works, The Elbow Room, The Porch at Schenley, The Wooden Nickel Restaurant, Verde Mexican Kitchen & Cantina, Vivo Kitchen and Willow and more.
The mission of Pittsburgh Restaurant Week is to highlight the wide-ranging dining options that Pittsburgh has to offer and bring individuals from surrounding boroughs or suburbs to the city to walk the streets and enjoy a dinner at a special discounted price.
EVERYDAY'S A SUNDAE AND CAFÉ
A new ice cream shop is coming to East Liberty. According to a sign posted outside Everyday's a Sundae and Café, it will open “soon” at 6014 Penn Circle South.
It will offer breakfast, sandwiches, expresso, lattes, ice cream, gelato, yogurt and cupcakes.
More details coming soon.
Rumfish Grille, at 1155 Washington Pike, Bridgeville, has opened Rumfish Beach, a space adjacent to the restaurant offering a vacation-like atmosphere.
The space features multiple fire pits, a rock waterfall and a large open bar. The outdoor stage will soon be taken over by local bands, entertaining crowds of all ages.
Details: 412-914-8013 or rumfishpgh.com
Toss't, specializing in salads and wraps, will open in early August next door to Vallozzi's Pittsburgh, 220 Fifth Ave., Downtown.
A project of Julian Vallozzi, the shop will feature eight signature salads as well as customized options. Diners will have a choice of greens, vegetables, cheese and protein, all provided by local farms.
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