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Strip District restaurant incubator Smallman Galley debuts four new concepts

Strip District restaurant incubator Smallman Galley debuts four new concepts

Mix and match between Vietnamese, Latin American, Detroit pizza and American favorites


Stuff’d Pierogi Bar opens in Downtown Pittsburgh

Fillings range from traditional to unconventional, plus dessert pierogies

A festival signals just how complex beer has become

The language of wine is now very much the language of beer

Pittsburgh City Paper Booze Battles: Coca Cafe vs. Piper’s Pub

A pair of mimosas go head to head

A recipe for fresh tagliatelle pasta from Dave Anoia

Different sauces go better with different shapes

The Tropical Itch

“As with a lot of these old tiki cocktails, you usually have to dial back the booze.”

Grandma B’s is a friendly lunch counter in the Hill District

Try breakfast (pancakes, eggs) or lunch (burgers, hoagies, fries)

Threadbare Ciderhouse and Meadery to open on the North Side

“We’ll be billing it much more like a wine.”

Onions and Vegetables, two ways for two people

My creations at the time were limited to “Sesame Oil Noodles” and the terrible “Sugar Pasta.”

A new fast-casual spot, Honeygrow, opens in East Liberty.

High-tech kiosks help customers to customize their orders

Pittsburgh City Paper Booze Battles: Union Standard vs. Scratch Food & Beverage

Moscow Mules transition from summer to fall

Avant Gardens Farm & Mushroomery

Growing gourmet culinary mushrooms in Youngstown, Ohio

Kevin Sousa’s long-awaited Superior Motors opens in Braddock

One aspect of the chef’s skill is perfecting traditional dishes and then adding a sideways element of surprise and delight

Vietnamese-American cafe Ineffable Ca Phe opens in Lawrenceville

Enjoy sandwiches and coffee in a charmingly transformed space

Your ultimate drinking playlist

“It’s great drunken fun for nerds.”

Banana-Flavored Chocolate Bread (in Bed)

Book or Netflix show optional

Pittsburgh City Paper Booze Battles: Butterjoint vs. Soba

This week, the Blood and Sand cocktail

Szechuan Spice brings a menu of spicy Chinese food to Shadyside

It is a welcome addition to the local array of authentic, regional Chinese restaurants



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