Homerun Harrys a Monday Hot Spot; Subba Serving Up Nepali and Asian Fare (Mon., 9/10/18)

1) Homerun Harrys is a happening haunt on Monday nights. The first fun activity on Mondays is happy hour which runs from 5-7 p.m., featuring $2 drinks and drafts, and a $2 appetizer menu (with drink purchase). From 7-10 p.m. it’s Fireball Night with Four Fireball shots and a pitcher of beer for $20. After those specials it will be fun to try to hit the dart board for the Dart Tournament from 10 p.m. to midnight. Beginning at 10 p.m. and going until Midnight is the main event: TV Trivia hosted by the extraordinary entertainer known as Zoo. There is cash and prizes for the winners and $2 drink specials for everyone. The sports bar and grill also has 26 flat screen TVs to see all the game action, pool tables, hand-tossed pizzas, and a broad menu of burgers, fries, hoagies, and sandwiches. Station Square’s Freight House Shops, 4 Station Square #4.

2) As a sign of Pittsburgh’s growing cultural diversification, Nepali cuisine has been cropping up around the Steel City, with the North Side’s Subba generating some serious buzz among foodies. Quick geography primer: Nepal, home of Mt. Everest, is a country bordering India to the northeast. Unsurprisingly, then, Nepali food is reminiscent of Indian food. But, if you’re a Pittsburgher looking for something more familiar, something, say, pierogi-like, try momo—Nepalese dumplings filled with chicken and spices. Get them pan-fried or steamed. Other popular favorites include mango lassi (a yogurt-based drink) and a variety of meat and vegetarian dinner plates. Subba also serves Indian and Chinese dishes. Although the restaurant’s inside decor may be somewhat bare, it’s the food that’s bursting with color. 700 Cedar Ave., North Side. (CM)