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Mad Noodles, on the South Side, offers far more than Asian-American cliches

Mad Noodles, on the South Side, offers far more than Asian-American cliches

The menu is anchored by about a dozen noodle soups and plates, with some rice dishes and stir-fries

 

Beet and Rainbow Carrot Slaw Salad

Convincing people to try a raw beet was the ultimate challenge.

Hot Weather, Cold Drinks

We could all use a drink

North Side’s Casellula café is offering monthly cheese classes

“We want to give people information so they are no longer intimidated by the idea of ordering a cheese plate.”

Needle & Pin, in Dormont, offers a fusion of British and Indian fare

Curried-chicken pot pie was topped with ethereally crisp puff pastry

Mobile Nom, an app built by Pitt students, provides real-time food-truck locations in Pittsburgh and beyond

“I thought that if there was a way to track food trucks in real time, I wouldn’t have to drive all that way only to have nothing but sadness for lunch.”

One-Pan Breakfast

You can change it as you please.

Absolut Hibiskus Vodka

$19.89/L

Superior Motors revs up a superior drinks program

"We try to use a lot of fresh herbs, and try to keep sugar levels low."

Sound Bite Podcast: Pittsburgh VegFest

What are the most-asked questions about vegan lifestyles?

Ohio’s Condado brings its popular build-your-own tacos eatery to Downtown Pittsburgh

The mish-mash of the decor communicates “fun place for tacos and margaritas”

Pittsburgh City Paper Booze Battles: Allegheny Wine Mixer vs. The Livermore

Try these two gin-and-sherry cocktails

Caprese: a perfect food

Please, please, PLEASE do not use balsamic vinegar.

Cigar Bar

“The luxurious thing about the cigar is the time it takes to smoke it.”

Experts weigh-in on good backpacking food that’s not freeze-dried

“My absolute go-to is a couscous.”

Geppetto Café, in Lawrenceville, offers a tasty selection of breakfast and lunch options

The menu includes crepes, waffles, French toast and panini

Prescription Foods offers a line of healthful fermented foods, like sauerkraut and kimchi

“You should make food your medicine.”

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