One of Pittsburgh’s oldest Chinese restaurants continues to serve and prosper.
Exemplary Neapolitan fare and top-notch service make Il Pizzaiolo Market Square the model restaurant in an area chockablock with gastronomic options. We also learn of future prospects for this thriving franchise.
We may be in the twilight of summer already, but at Braddock’s Pittsburgh Brasserie the menu has just been refreshed with new French-inspired summer dishes.
The Gateway Clipper has revived its Sunday Brunch cruise, with four cruises during summer and fall.
Handcrafted burger restaurant BRGR is competing in a crowded field, but it’s serving up great, original burgers worth taking the time to savor.
The new owners of Nancy’s East End Diner in Wilkinsburg have lovingly revived the neighborhood favorite with a few tweaks, and plenty of charm.
Noodlehead’s goal is to be your local neighborhood noodle shop featuring food from the street markets of Thailand.
The Frick Café’s menu highlights the changing seasons and fresh local ingredients.
Fredo’s Deli (and market and coffeeshop) in Dormont offers deli standards and surprises, all of them good.
Tasty bar food x friendly service is a winning equation.