Back to the Foodture announces expansion, Pittsburgh Honey opens Squirrel Hill Market, and more Pittsburgh food news | Food | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper

Back to the Foodture announces expansion, Pittsburgh Honey opens Squirrel Hill Market, and more Pittsburgh food news

click to enlarge PHOTO: SQUIRREL HILL MARKET
Photo: Squirrel Hill Market

Openings

Squirrel Hill Market

Pittsburgh Honey, forced to close its Squirrel Hill retail space in mid-March due to the pandemic, has now not just re-opened the doors on its original store, but also opened a new venture, the Squirrel Hill Market. Unlike its first store, the new market will offer an assortment of specialty foods — many from local purveyors, including Pittsburgh Honey — and everyday staples.

Pittsburgh Honey, which recently won Best Local Delivery in Pittsburgh City Paper's Best of Pittsburgh readers' poll, re-opened its own retail doors in August. Shopping is available inside both stores, online, or by phone. Pittsburgh Honey, 2327 Murray Ave., Squirrel Hill. 412-407-2705 or pittsburghhoney.squaresite and Squirrel Hill Market, 2329 Murray Ave., Squirrel Hill. 412-475-8495 or squirrelhillmarket.com

The Garden Café

In early October, The Garden Café started bringing coffee and more to the North Side. Visit their Chestnut Street cafe for pastries, food, and coffee needs. 1022 Chestnut St., North Side. gardencafepgh.com

Shiloh Gastro

Shiloh Gastro has opened in the former home of Shiloh Grille in Mount Washington. According to Bold Pittsburgh, a few familiar faces — the former Shiloh Grille chef, for one — have returned to run the restaurant’s rebrand. Look for classic pub fare and more on Shiloh's menu. 123 Shiloh St., Mount Washington. shilohgastro.com

Announcements

Back to the Foodture

The owners of Pitcairn’s restaurant and museum have announced an expansion to Pittsburgh’s South Side Works. Currently, Back to the Foodture's menu features a wide range of wings, burgers, hot dogs, and more. The new location is slated to open in March of next year, according to Pittsburgh Magazine.
This story has been updated at 11:37 p.m. on Nov. 6 with clarification that Pittsburgh Honey's original store has not been closed.

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