The burger was served on a small, round plate and was covered in a glass bowl, like the one covering the rose from Beauty and the Beast.
“It doesn't taste like anything specific, but tastes enough like something to taste bad.”
It’s a menu designed for drinking, not thinking
As the heartwarming menu sign inside declares, "everything has onions."
Who knew eating vegetables could be this fun?
Yelling at the host won’t make your food arrive sooner
The cherry wood smoke flavor punches you in the face, and the best reprieve to the overwhelming flavor is the tangy, mustard sauce that comes with the ribs.
"It's important to understand that many people do drink and gain reward from it and we can think of these rewards as being kind of double-edged swords.”
It's for people who walk together with arms linked, taking up the whole width of the sidewalk without a second thought
If you see bartenders out on a Saturday night, we are ready to get the party started.
No more timidly asking if IC Light Mango is for sale. Hello, purchasing guilty pleasures with a bit of anonymity.
City Paper staff selects spots where every hour is a happy hour
A side of some Pittsburgh barkeeps that is usually kept hidden
Staff picks for the fourth-annual pickle showcase that takes over the Roberto Clemente Bridge
With or without a ‘b,’ IHOP doesn’t grade much better than a ‘C’ when it comes to hamburgers
You'll forget an under seasoned salad or an overcooked burger; you'll remember bad service for a long time