I don't live/work near the Strip, but I have definitely seen her there on the weekdays I've had meetings in the area, and Saturdays/Sundays seem to be a staple. I think the sandwiches are $6 (cash only) and the tofu ones are just as good as the grilled meat ones. <3 If you want updates, follow Bar Marco on Facebook, as they often tell you when she's around since she's set up right outside.
Saigon subs spreading around the world :)
When is she typically there?
Her sandwiches are sooo tasty! Very glad she has returned - I look forward to many banh mi's this summer!
I want this knowledge!
Great, Corey O'Connor has decided to carry on Bob "I know art when I see it" O'Connor's proud tradition of holding back novel business ideas in Pittsburgh.
come on. this can surely be worked out. no one is up in arms now that restaurants are launching their own food trucks. there are enough customers for everyone. give pittsburgh the chance the grown.
Two *years* of paperwork to build a greenhouse.
Anybody still wonder why this city is on the ropes? What? I'm not allowed to ask that question, I didn't get the right permit and have three public hearings?
To envision a version of Philadelphia's Reading Terminal Market or Cleveland's West Side Market (or even better, The St Lawrence Market in Toronto) is ridiculous, the entire Strip district is a version of those markets, and even though Pittsburgh tries its best, “The Strip” really doesn’t compare to any of them. The Public market has potential, but the few vendors that are there in general charge such exorbitant prices that most of the folks I know went once and did not return. Sure local chefs from trendy restaurants can say how much they like it as they pass the prices right on to the customers. But the average “home Chef” (OK cook) is not always in a position or inclination to serve up a $25.00 per person meal ($50.00+ at a restaurant) Now if the City closed off Penn and covered and heated it we would be heading in the right direction, but having a market within a market is a concept that just wont work…JMHO
fermented foods are all good for you...it's just that some people can't handle the side effects, and some brands of fermented foods have either too much salt or added unnecessary food additives. http://www.schoolanduniversity.com
More articles like this, please! Sustainable meat in the 'burgh. Publicizing local farmers. And issues they're up against. More, more, more!
Not to be naive, but why don't these people avail themselves of the local food bank?
Boy would I love to raise my twins and teen on a farm as beautiful as this!
Stephen Cleghorn here. Don't have the paper here at the farm, so I cannot see if contact information is included in the print version. For those seeing this online, my phone and email, as well as a lot more about the farm, are on my website: http://paradisegardensandfarm.com/
So wish I could afford it, my family and I would LOVE this!
Always guaranteed a great selection of wines. Great if you live in the neighborhood!
Looking forward to the opening.
Wow. The pig in the picture looks like he/she is acutally smiling! What a happy piggie.
Shoutitout: Are you an idiot?
So, what exactly was the point of this article? I can't believe that the City Paper wasted space on what amounts to the author talking in circles. Is the guy involved or not? And why does it matter to me?
I think the North Side - Deutschtown or near Nakama - would be a great location, much better than Downtown. There are community groups and a general culture of diversity that would embrace the Conflict Kitchen. Downtown empties out after business hours, and at lunchtime, people are only looking for fast and cheap lunch spots.
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