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5 Must-Try Pittsburgh Restaurants

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Marvel At Three Waterfalls Along A Short But Sweet Trail At Buttermilk Falls Natural Area Near Pittsburgh

Chasing waterfalls offers the perfect way to spend an hour or two. While Allegheny County’s home to a lone waterfall – Fall Run Falls in Glenshaw – we’re pretty fortunate to be within driving distance of several other gorgeous cascades. Buttermilk Falls Natural Area near Pittsburgh, for example, boasts three majestic waterfalls. Have you been […] The post Marvel At Three Waterfalls Along A Short But Sweet Trail At Buttermilk Falls Natural Area Near Pittsburgh appeared first on Only In Your State.
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14 Places in Pennsylvania to See the Best Fall Foliage

It’s that time of year again — pumpkin spice lattes, apple-scented candles, festive gourds aplenty and, of course, leaves. Autumn in Appalachia is a sight to behold, and if you’re wondering where exactly to go, you’re in luck. From Pittsburgh’s own green spaces to the hidden gems throughout the Keystone State, we’ve got you covered, including when the leaves will be at their peak.
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Hofbrauhaus manager accused of screaming racial slurs at Pa. beer festival is suspended

A black beer festival in Pa. ended in ugly accusations of racism against the general manager of the Hofbrauhaus in Pittsburgh. According to the Barrel and Flow Fest organizer and patrons, the Hofbrauhaus Pittsburgh general manager was screaming racial slurs toward artists and not letting people of color inside to use the bathroom or purchase beer at last Saturday’s festival in Pittsburgh, as KDKA-TV reports.
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Hofbrauhaus Suspends General Manager Amid Investigation Into Racism Allegations At Beer Festival

By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The general manager of Hofbrauhaus Pittsburgh has been suspended pending the results of an investigation into allegations of racism at a recent beer festival. Earlier this week, The organizer of the Barrel and Flow Black Beer Festival called for a boycott of Hofbrauhaus Pittsburgh. According to Barrel and Flow Fest, people alleged having racist encounters with Hofbrauhaus, including accusations that the general manager was screaming racial slurs toward artists and not letting people of color inside to use the bathroom or purchase beer. On Wednesday, The owners of Hofbrauhaus said the incident was under investigation.  Now, the employee in question has been suspended pending the results of that investigation, which will include reviewing security footage and eyewitness accounts. The company says they are ‘confident the results of this investigation will lead us toward understanding the allegations tied to Saturday’s event.’
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Betty Lou's Cookin' Out Tonite opens in Fayette City

What happens when a nice Polish girl marries a nice Italian boy and they start sharing family recipes and a lifelong passion for cooking?. They open a restaurant, of course. Owned by Chris Grguric, Betty Lou’s Cookin’ Out Tonite in Fayette City showcases the love of homemade-from-scratch food he and his wife, Betty Lou, share.
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Iron Born serving Detroit-style Pizza in The Strip and Millvale (Wed., 9/22/21)

Iron Born Pizza serves a delicious, hand-forged, Detroit-style pie. Detroit-style? Think the thickness of a Chicago deep dish but with a square shape, like a Sicilian cut. The crust is crispy, and each cut is remarkably neat and portable—no knife and fork required. Owner and chef Pete Tolman, of Kittanning and an alum of IUP’s culinary arts program, got the idea after trying a slice in … Colorado. Iron Born is in the Strip District and Millvale. The former location serves local craft beer and housemade pasta. The latter serves cannoli. But the star of both menus is the pizza: red pies, white pies, the Veggie Supreme Pie, the vegan Humble Pie, the Nashville Hot Chicken Pie, the Commonplace Coffee Pie (made with coffee barbecue sauce), and more, all of them ranging from $13 to $17. Most pizzas are available at each location, but always check online. Or forge your own, choosing from myriad toppings. 1806 Smallman St., Strip District and 413 Grant Ave., Millvale. (C.M.)
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Casino trainees look to deal themselves in on new career

Mark Hult believes dealing cards to casino patrons will be a good deal for him. The 21-year-old Salem resident is among a dozen prospective dealers learning blackjack techniques under the tutelage of Trinity Savage, a four-year veteran dealer from Canonsburg who works as a floor supervisor at Live! Casino Pittsburgh in Hempfield.
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Cheswick Eagle Scout opens dog park in Agan Park in honor of dad

Springdale Township — A Cheswick Boy Scout fulfilled his mission of helping the community and honoring his dad through opening a dog park for his Eagle Scout project. Residents can bring their dogs for a fun time at the new Daniel R. Tabacheck Memorial Dog Park at Agan Park in Springdale Township. Dogs can socialize, climb and roam freely around the the 50-yard by 50-yard fenced area. It has a double gate so that dogs can enter and leave in an orderly manner.
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Ready for fall fun

The Mars Brew Fest will bring more than 30 breweries, wineries, distilleries and vendors to downtown Mars this upcoming weekend. Running from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday, the festival proceeds will go to the Mars New Year nonprofit to benefit this year's Mars Exploration Celebration and gather funds for the next Mars New Year event in 2023.
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Mt. Lebanon to consider allowing alcohol in parks

Commissioners in Mt. Lebanon will consider amend park rules to permit alcohol in certain park pavilions in the municipality. Another ordinance under consideration will allow for multiple primary structures on lots located in the R-3 zoning district. Currently, in Mt. Lebanon, alcohol is prohibited in all municipal parks. The proposed...
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Random Acts of Kindness: Kitchen remodel helps yield pair of benefactors

My wife and I, long married octogenarians who are enduring a lengthy kitchen remodeling project, like most folks chafing under COVID-19 restrictions, had been eating take-out dinners and, when restrictions loosened, going to local restaurants. We had tried for several days to get a reservation for Bistro 19 and finally...
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