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Dining news: Sincerely Yogurt bringing its business to North Hills

James Knox | Tribune-Review
Patrons enjoy the self-serve toppings bar for their frozen yogurt Friday, April 11, 2014, at Sincerely Yogurt in the MicKnight-Siebert Shopping Center in Ross.

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Wednesday, April 16, 2014, 6:27 p.m.
 

Sincerely Yogurt, the self-serve, all-natural and fresh frozen yogurt chain, opens its newest Western Pennsylvania location on April 10, in the McKnight Siebert Shopping Center, 4885 McKnight Road.

The 1,500-square-foot store features all-natural, nonfat and low-fat Greek-style yogurt that is both gluten-free and kosher.

The North Hills shop will showcase unique flavors including the chain's proprietary original and green tea, alpine vanilla, apple pie, Georgia peach, very strawberry, New York cheesecake, pistachio, gingerbread, carrot cake, chocolate classic, blueberry burst, angel food cake and root beer float.

Customers can customize their frozen treats with 15 kinds of fresh seasonal fruit, including strawberries, pineapple, mixed berries and kiwi, as well as 80 choices of toppings, including granola, walnuts, pecans, mochi, chocolate chips, gummy bears, M&Ms, coconut flakes, Oreo cookie pieces, sprinkles, mango and graham crackers.

In addition to frozen yogurt, Sincerely Yogurt offers a variety of yogurt-based smoothies.

Details: www.sincerelyyogurt.com

Atria's

Atria's at PNC Park is now offering valet parking from 6 to 11 p.m. Wednesdays through Saturdays.

The service costs $5 and is not available during Pirates games or Downtown special events.

The restaurant will feature live jazz at 7 p.m. April 28, and Mojo Jojo at 7:30 p.m. April 30.

Details: 412-322-1850 or www.atrias.com

Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A, with multiple locations in the Pittsburgh area, has introduced a new lineup of grilled-chicken entrees.

Chick-fil-A invested seven years of testing and more than $50 million to reinvent its grilled chicken recipe.

The new grilled chicken sandwich is a boneless, 100 percent pure-breast-meat chicken, marinated with a special blend of seasonings and grilled for a tender and juicy backyard-grilled taste. It is served on a new toasted, multigrain bun with green-leaf lettuce and tomato and served with a side of honey-roasted barbecue sauce.

The grilled chicken club sandwich adds a kick of flavor with colby-jack cheese and applewood smoked bacon.

Grilled nuggets, which were first introduced in 2012 as a Kid's Meal entree, have been reinvented and offer the new grilled flavor in bite-sized pieces of pure boneless breast of chicken.

Chick-fil-A's new grilled chicken recipe also enhances the chain's line of other grilled-chicken entrees, including the grilled market salad, grilled-chicken cool wrap and chicken salad sandwich.

Details: www.GrilledLove.com.

The Yard

A new restaurant is coming to Bellefonte Street in Shadyside.

David Ondik told members of the Shadyside Action Coalition recently that he plans to open The Yard, a “meat and potato”-type restaurant featuring higher-quality hamburgers and foods, sometime in mid-May. The site has housed several restaurants, including Pasta Piatto, which closed in 2003, and most recently Pangea.

“About 80 percent of our business will be food but we also plan to offer craft beers,” he said.

Ondik, who also owns Coach's Bottleshop & Grille in the Banksville Plaza on Banksville Road, said The Yard will operate seven days a week from noon to midnight. It will employ about 20 people.

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