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Know Your Bartender: Jade Wilson of Butterjoint

“I had a lovely couple come in for dinner one night and was told that it was going to be a surprise proposal.”

Smoking out the mystery of Applewood Smoke

The fast-casual joint is hidden in plain sight, housed in back of the Park Place Pub in Highland Park.

Restaurant Review: Alquisiras Paleteria

Among an ever-changing menu, dessert is the main draw

This holiday season, give the gift of a talking wine bottle that delivers lectures on Australian history.

Visually, the video resembles one of those talking paintings from Harry Potter, the torso relatively stiff as the head bobs and turns expressively.

Superior Motors has ice cream for dinner with six-course spread

Gourmet flair added to a childhood favorite.

Burk's Barbeque brings smoked ribs, chicken, pork, and brisket to Oakmont, with a grand opening Dec. 1

“You know the product is good before there’s a customer sitting at a table, waiting for food.”

Abjuration Brewing celebrates its first birthday with a milkshake IPA, food trucks, and movie screenings

“We’ve put Boo Berry in beer. We’ve put Fruity Pebbles in beer. We keep it unique.”

Essential bar tools

The second round of recommendations for your personal bar cart

Review of Choolaah in East Liberty: healthy, convenient, but a little too hip

Naan and samosas were the big winners, but the rest was a bit underwhelming

Morcilla checks all the boxes

Try these thanksgiving-adjacent cocktails

It’s the perfect seasonal spirit: spicy and warm, but versatile enough to please the pickiest drinker.

Fl. 2's second Guest Chef Dinner Series stuns with dishes like artichoke dusted with vegetable ash

Peraza’s kitchen was a stage. The dinner was a performance from talented chefs, a show of exquisite plates

Eat'n Park and Klavon's Ice Cream team up for a collaboration worth smiling about

The limited-edition Smiley Cookie ice-cream sandwiches come in six flavors, from chocolate chip cookie dough to mint chocolate chip

Bring some gum, a wet wipe, and an empty stomach to Tana Ethiopian Cuisine in East Liberty

If you like to keep clear boundaries between your food, Tana is not for you.

Three hours at the Pittsburgh Whiskey & Fine Spirits Festival

It unspools like a liquor-soaked three-act play, revealing a wide spectrum of human behavior throughout the evening.

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