Several new businesses move into Carnegie, Bridgeville area |

Several new businesses move into Carnegie, Bridgeville area

Kristina Serafini | Tribune-Review
The sky darkens over Carnegie as a storm rolls in on Wednesday, May 29, 2019.

Headley’s Brewery has opened at 1743 E. Railroad St., Carnegie, serving growlers only by head brewmaster Jamie Headley. They recently received their brewing license and obtained the new space, located behind Kim’s Dog House Pet Grooming. One of their brewed features is RaceTrack Red Ale, an homage to Heidelberg’s racing heritage.

Portofino’s has relocated to 513 W. Main St., Carnegie, offering dine-in, takeout and delivery of their pizza, pasta and gyros.

Scoops has opened at 241 E. Main St., Carnegie, offering 40 flavors of ice cream, cakes and other sweets

Lunn Chiropractic has opened within Hopkins Chiropractic, 425 Chartiers St., Bridgeville. A South Fayette class of 2010 graduate, Dustin Lunn specializes in performance training and works with athletes as a personal trainer.

Jeff Lynn is the new owner of the former Iron Creek Bar & Grille, 611 Millers Run Road in South Fayette Township. He has renamed the restaurant Tap That and is offering a new menu as well as beer, whiskey and tequila selections.

Not Forgotten Home & Community Services has opened Club NF at 454 Montgomery Ave., Bridgeville. They offer activities and community options like art classes, drumming circles, games, cooking groups and more to young adults with intellectual disabilities who may be transitioning into adulthood and want a non-traditional alternative to routine adult day programs. For more information, visit for program choices.

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