Eighteen Café, in Squirrel Hill, offers a unique menu of memorable kosher food

Eighteen Café, in Squirrel Hill, offers a unique menu of memorable kosher food

The pastrami is made from cured salmon, the reuben with smoked beets


Dancing With the Green Fairy: Part One

Cecil Usher guides us through the history and mystery of dancing with the green fairy

Simple Red Sauce

Twelve tablespoons of salted butter. That is not a typo.

CSA Day is a reminder about the importance of local agriculture

“We need to innovate.”

Southern Tier’s Pittsburgh brewpub wows with fresh beer and friendly service

“Without the Pittsburgh market’s support, we wouldn’t be the brewery we are today.”

Pittsburgh City Paper Booze Battles: Blue Dust vs. Round Corner Cantina

Drinking White Russians with El Duderino

Food, Mood and Attitude

“Before I knew how to read or to write, I knew about the correlation between food, mood and attitude.”

Social House 7 brings fusion Asian fare and sushi to Downtown Pittsburgh

The spot offers flamboyant atmosphere, a broad, well-executed menu and superb service

Vegan Chocolate Pudding

A recipe with few ingredients tends to have a crisp and clean flavor profile.

NYC’s Casellula Opens on the North Side

“What is cheese without a similarly diverse wine menu?”

The fast-casual Italian-inspired eatery Piada opens in Oakland.

The unique menu item is the piada that’s like an Italian burrito

SeaQuench Ale


Pittsburgh City Paper Booze Battles: Girasole vs. Bites & Brews

Two bars return to a ’90s classic, the Cosmopolitan

The Bitter Truth

This week, Five Minutes in Food History explores bitters with Wigle Whiskey’s Jill Steiner

Classic sandwiches get great new presentations at Allison Park’s Stak Shak

Without gimmicks or pretension, Stak Shak delivers fantastic versions of food you already like

The boilermaker lives on

Updated or not, there’s no wrong way to drink one

Forget eating healthy this Valentine’s Day

Mac-and-cheese is great for singletons — try not to cry onto your plate

Pittsburgh City Paper Booze Battles: Soba vs. The Foundry

Flying on gin-fuel

Redhawk Coffee moves into a pop-up spot on Meyran Avenue

“We offer a quality and knowledge of coffee that’s different from anywhere else in Oakland”




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