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The first “Pittsburgh Black Restaurant Week” is in full swing, and there are a number of Black-owned eateries that are participating in the promotion. 9 Cafe, CobblerWorld, Soil Sisters Plant Nursery, Uncle Rick’s Smokehouse, Veggies N’at, Soul & Sea, Shells Sweets & Treats, Good Eats, Blanket and Board, Casa Brasil, iEatClean Meal Prep Services, and Dirty Birds Chicken are the businesses involved in this inaugural effort to spotlight Black-owned restaurants. Pittsburgh is one of 15 areas where a “Black Restaurant Week” is being held. Other places include New York City, Los Angeles, Atlanta, the D.C. area, and even Toronto, Canada.
The brothers Fawcett chortled in unison through the speaker phone when asked how their enterprise became known – of all things – as Lou Lou’s Smokehouse. They operate a food truck, after all, and none of them is named Louis. “Our mom is Cindy Lou,” Taylor said. “Our dad teases...
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Say you’re perusing a menu and see an entrée featuring seitan or jackfruit. From the kitchen of Katie Rosa, they’re delicious. The Cecil Township resident and her husband, José, operate Everest Eats, a meal delivery company dedicated to plant-based dishes. Many of them aren’t so familiar to the average diner.
Monongahela restaurants and other food service establishments will soon see a change in how they dispose of leftover grease. On Wednesday, council held the first reading of its new Grease Management Ordinance for Food Service Establishments. The ordinance will become official with the second reading at council’s July 14 meeting.
“Our goal is to transport Pittsburghers to a taverna in Greece,” says Chris Balouris, owner of EVIA Greek restaurant in Bellevue. The spot at 564 Lincoln Ave. has been operating under the radar for a few months, but will host a grand opening celebration today, June 10, starting at 4:30 p.m. Hours are 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.
Page Dairy Mart has been in Marjorie Prusia’s family for so long that she sometimes needs to remind herself how long it’s been around. “Sometimes I have to calculate it,” she says. “Sometimes I get mixed up.”. That’s natural, given that the business is heading into its fifth generation. “It’s...
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We never have a shortage of restaurants from which to choose right here in Pittsburgh, especially if we want to drink in spellbinding views of the Three Rivers. However, if you’re on the hunt for a really unique experience, you can’t go wrong with a visit to this floating restaurant near Pittsburgh. It offers scrumptious […] The post This Floating Restaurant Near Pittsburgh Is Such A Unique Place To Dine appeared first on Only In Your State.
Pittsburgh loves to brag about its favorites. Once you move here, you will hear about them nonstop. There is a lot of local pride in the Steel City, sometimes too much. But many of these local favorites are worth bragging about, and with a growing food and drink scene that has gotten national attention in recent years pre-pandemic, and indoor dining beginning to return, Pittsburgh City Paper wants to provide newcomers with a bit of background on some of the region's favorite drinking and dining spots.
Live! Casino sets opening date for new PBR Country Bar featuring mechanical bull at Westmoreland Mall
PBR Country Bar – PBR Pittsburgh, a venue from the Professional Bull Riders, will officially open at the Live! Casino located in the Westmoreland Mall on June 11. According to The Cordish Companies, owners of Live! Casino Pittsburgh, the restaurant will feature a mechanical riding bull, private VIP booths and "the best in country music." It aims to offer an authentic country experience to visitors while combining what it calls "cowboy cool" and "big-time entertainment" throughout its 4,560-square-foot space.
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PITTSBURGH — Klavon’s Ice Cream Parlor received more than 1,000 applicants after raising their minimum wage to $15 an hour. They are now trying to help some of those applicants find jobs at other businesses. [ >>> RELATED: Pittsburgh ice cream shop raises salaries, has more than 1,000 applicants ]
Summer means patio season! Pittsburgh rooftop bars and outdoor patios are the key to a perfect summer dining experience. Check out some of our favorite local spots!. The rooftop Biergarten at Hotel Monaco is the perfect post work and weekend place to celebrate good friends and good times. The Biergarten...
During the pandemic, drinking coffee meant a quick drive-through trip so you could get caffeinated in your car and get back to the grind. Café Conmigo owner Derek Davies is taking a different approach; he wants you to sit down, relax and awaken your senses. If you happen to be there on a Monday evening, by all means, stay for yoga and meditation.
One of Pittsburgh’s favorite restaurants is opening a new location!. Kelly O’s Diner has announced plans to open their third Pittsburgh-area location, this time in Warrendale. The much-loved breakfast and lunch spot will be moving into the Marshall Village retail center, taking over the spot that was currently held by Bakn.
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DUSTIN “DJ” GIVNER, a Peabody High School graduate who earned his bachelor’s degree from Gannon University, in Erie. Dustin Givner, who’s better known as “DJ,” helped generate $10 million in annual sales as manager and marketing director for Tequila Cowboy, the 20,000-square-foot party spot on the North Shore, between PNC Park and Heinz Field.
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People flocked to downtown Pittsburgh for several events this weekend, which helped bars and restaurants bring in more customers.
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Community Kitchen Pittsburgh, a culinary training facility that helps people who need a hand as well as some skills and contacts to land a good job in the hospitality sector, is expanding its menu. Founded in 2013, the Hazelwood-based nonprofit started hosting barbecue clinics on Fridays, teaching students the ropes and serving the scrumptious results of their efforts.