Wesley’s Delicatessen, in Downtown Pittsburgh, strives for friendliness and a comfortable space

Most of the sandwiches are named for Pittsburgh neighborhoods

The Nepali Bazaar, in Brentwood, is a popular shop for Pittsburgh’s growing Bhutanese community

The grocery stocks flours, spice and less-common fruits

New York City’s Casellula Cheese and Wine Bar is looking to open an outpost in Pittsburgh’s North Side

The small-plates venue hopes to be part of City of Asylum’s Alphabet City development

The antidote to Pittsburgh’s highfalutin’ food-scene: Frankie’s Extra Long

The Lawrenceville dog-and-sausage joint is a welcome outlier on Butler Street

Carmi’s keeps dishing out soul food

Allegheny West restaurant has five years under its belt in a changing restaurant landscape

Edgar’s Best Tacos moves to a bigger, better location in the Strip District

Growth has been driven by customers seeking the true flavors of south-of-the-border fare

Beans aren’t just for hearty winter fare

The humble bean is perfect for fast and easy summer-time meal options

Now Lawrenceville offers the Spirit Sunday Brunch Buffet

The music venue and pizza shop expands into Sunday afternoon food, drink and DJs

412FoodRescue launches an “Ugly CSA” for misshapen produces

“We’re creating markets for produce that might otherwise go to waste.”


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