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Liam’s Fish, Wings, & Things offers Southern-fried food in Wilkinsburg

Liam’s Fish, Wings, & Things offers Southern-fried food in Wilkinsburg

A simple but varied menu includes chicken wings, frog legs and fried green tomatoes


412 Food Rescue spawns 724 Food Rescue

Food-saving initiative begins in five surrounding counties

Pittsburgh City Paper Booze Battles: Cure vs. Umami

How does the Bamboo cocktail fare?


It is a cocktail of immeasurable beauty

A homebrewer fulfills his dream at Eleventh Hour Brewing

“I brew what I like to drink — which is pretty much everything.”

Onion Maiden, in Allentown, offers inventive vegan fare

The eatery makes its mark with inventive cuisine and heavy-metal puns

Tazza D’Oro opens a long-awaited coffee shop in the center of Millvale

“We are hoping to pull in all cyclists from the nearby trail, too.”

Sweet Green Beans

I loved their snap and distinct flavor

Pittsburgh City Paper Booze Battles: Yuzu Kitchen Ramen & Robata Grill vs. Evangeline

On order: Blackberry Bramble cocktails

Seaside Attraction

or, the Whale and Evangeline cast anchor Downtown

Café at the Frick offers more than just special-occasion dining

The Point Breeze eatery is open year-round for lunch and Friday dinners

The Rivalry Issue: Food Fight

In the battle of signature sandwiches, it’s Pittsburgh’s own Primanti’s sandwich vs. Cleveland’s Polish Boy

A guide to Oktoberfest

A great Oktoberfest brew should be a toasty, malty beer with a bit of body and a touch of bitterness

Chicken-Liver Pâté

Making do with a little, and stretching it to enough, had become a recurring theme for us

The Rivalry Issue: Down the Hatch

Let’s see how the cities stack up when it comes to local libations

‘French comfort food’ is on the menu at Le Lyonnais in Downtown Pittsburgh

The entreé list is brief but varied, ranging from the familiar to the novel

New Mexican take-out eatery Mesa sets up shop in Oakland’s Schenley Plaza

Tamales, enchiladas and more, plus signature chile sauces

A surprisingly satisfying substitution for pasta

Zucchini is a super-versatile vegetable that can masquerade as bread.

East Liberty’s The Pines pursues a broad appeal

“We realized there weren’t a lot of places to get a simple drink.”



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