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Senyai Thai Kitchen, in Shadyside, offers some new dishes in a well-designed space

Senyai Thai Kitchen, in Shadyside, offers some new dishes in a well-designed space

Among the worthy dishes: golden mushroom and crab curry


Needle & Pin brings dozens of gins to Dormont

“We’ve already had a lot of guest interactions where they’ve had kind of this eureka moment.”

Pittsburgh City Paper Booze Battles: The Commoner vs. Spoon

This week, we try the Martinez

NYC’s Wafels and Dinges makes its debut at Kennywood Amusement Park this summer

It’s a simple menu, pairing waffles with a variety of sweets ranging from dulce du leche to strawberries

Café Raymond, in the Strip District, makes a perfect stop for breakfast or lunch

It offers a selection of sandwiches, burgers, pastries and its popular blueberry-ricotta pancakes

New Orleans BBQ Shrimp

It’s a bit of a mystery how this iconic dish got its name.

Clean-Out-The-Fridge Quiche

My generation seems to think if it’s not made from scratch, it’s an inferior dish.

The Importance of Garnish

“The rewards far outweigh the efforts.”

Deutschtown gets a new coffeeshop

“We really did this for the community.”

New York-based Southern Tier Brewing Company opens a gastropub on Pittsburgh’s North Side

In addition to many beers, it offers a concise, creative menu and well-prepared food

Three alcohol-themed weekend getaways

Wet your whistle with summer trips to Ohio, New York and Central Pennsylvania

Pittsburgh City Paper Booze Battles: Blue Moon vs. Tequila Cowboy

Long Island Iced Tea

Food Network’s ‘Ginormous Food’ show visits three Pittsburgh eateries

Host Josh Denny will eat — a lot — at Emporio, Primanti Bros. and Bakn

Sweet and spicy black-bean quesadillas

Fill a tortilla with beans, sweet potatoes, peppers, onion and cheese

Pazzo, in Upper St. Clair, offers Italian-American favorites

The menu offers pizzas, flatbreads and more than a dozen pasta options

Killer Tofu

Ever have good tofu? Like really good tofu? Lots of people are afraid of it.

Abjuration Brewing to open in refurbished Parkway Theater

“I want to make the weirdest beer you’ve ever had that still tastes good to drink a pint of it.”




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