Nancetta’s Ristorante in O’Hara makes a mark with authentic, upscale Italian specialties

Nancetta’s Ristorante in O’Hara makes a mark with authentic, upscale Italian specialties

“The old menu was Pittsburgh Italian; this menu is Italian.”

 

Part Three: The agony and the ecstasy of Pittsburgh Brewing Company, brewers of Iron City Beer

Iron City was once marketed to the people of Cleveland. You can guess how that went.

The Vietnamese eatery Bahn Mi & Ti opens in Lawrenceville

The bright, airy spot offers sandwiches, rice bowls and bubble tea

A seasonal primer on darker beers

It all comes down to the malts

Panzanella: Tuscan Bread Salad, Fall Edition

Why not make an extra big batch of what you are cooking and share it with other families?

Turkey Time

Why a little time and extra TLC with a heritage-breed turkey can be worth its price per pound

The North Side’s The Foundry transcend the gastropub scene

Attention is lavished on each dish without pointless elaboration or tiresome overkill

DeLuca’s Bakery brings Italian pastries and more to Upper Lawrenceville

“I’ve always been partial to the tiramisu.”

Simplicity and dedication to detail reign at DiAnoia’s

“We want to be your most glorified home bar. Everything matters but it’s super simple.”

Butternut Squash Soup

They hosted an Austrian night, making delicious dishes, including this soup

Elephant by Carlsberg

Price $13.20/10 oz. bottle; $45.95/case

Part Two: The agony and the ecstasy of Pittsburgh Brewing Company, brewers of Iron City Beer

Australian billionaire and yachtsman Alan Bond buys out Pittsburgh Brewing Company in an effort to compete with Budweiser

Café 33, in Squirrel Hill, brings Taiwanese cuisine to Pittsburgh

Expect potstickers, scallion pancakes and soup dumplings, but also marinated turnips and jellyfish with celery

DiAnoia’s Eatery in the Strip District makes a play for breakfast, lunch and dinner

Options range from breakfast and coffee to New York deli to Italian fine dining

Batched drinks for happier holiday parties

Tips for successfully scaling up your favorite cocktail

Tempranillo, Rioja

Price: $ 38-98/bottle

Burger for the Brokenhearted

“Sliced raw onion (you’re single now, live it up)”

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