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New food establishments

| Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2004

The Allegheny County Health Department announced the openings of 18 new food facilities in October, including 14 restaurants, two retailers, a convenience store and a food vendor.

Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh

  • Rollin' In the Dough, 1502 East Carson St., South Side.

  • Quizno's, 2525 East Carson St., South Side.

  • Claddagh Irish Pub, 407 Cinema Drive, South Side.

  • DonnaLisa's Fine Coffee & Teas, 521 Grant St., Downtown.

    South:

  • Pan Asia Chinese & Japanese Restaurant, 5321 Clairton Blvd., Baldwin Borough.

  • Alibi Glass Run Tavern, 807 Glass Run Road, Baldwin Borough

  • Ron's Red Hots, 3050 Churchview Ave., Baldwin Borough.

  • Mezzanotte Italian Grill, Century III Mall, Clairton Boulevard, West Mifflin.

  • Russian Crepes, Century III Mall, Clairton Boulevard, West Mifflin.

  • Lombardi's Pizzeria, 3600 Brownsville Road, Brentwood.

  • The Original Pizza House, 3611 Library Road, Castle Shannon.

  • Lucky Chinese Express, 1687 Washington Road, Mt. Lebanon.

  • Stella's Pit Stop Pizza, 1469 Bower Hill Road, Upper St. Clair.

    East:

    Auto Laundry/Shell Food Mart, 11835 Frankstown Road, Penn Hills.

    West:

  • Auntie Anne's Kiosk, The Mall At Robinson, 100 Robinson Centre Drive.

  • The Pizza Cafe, 13 West Prospect Ave., Ingram.

    North

  • Pit Stop Express, 4501 Ohio River Blvd., Bellevue.

  • Tuesday Morning, 4848 Route 8, Hampton.

    For more information, call (412) 687-2243 or visit www.achd.net .

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