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Coney Island Lunch came back from the dead

Coney Island Lunch came back from the dead

A 100 year old Johnstown joint offers deeply satisfying chili dogs and burgers


Local tea shop does Oktoberfest with a twist

“These guys bring five gallons, and when it’s out its out.”

Know Your Local Bartender: Mai Jeans

Barkeep from Alla Famiglia once had Axl Rose ask about beers

Millvale sandwich scene is run on Duncan

Pittsburghers can end search for an outstanding 'wich

Frankstown Wood-Fired Pizza perfects the art of the traditional Italian margherita pie

Eclectic decorations, inviting smells, and quick service make this Penn Hills spot a winner

Gab Bonesso makes Double-Pan Fried Spaghetti

Her Italian-American upbringing might have messed up the seasonings.

Bringing the bar to your living room

“Just hanging out at home is the time to really experiment and add your own ideas to drinks.”

A visit to The Bakery Society Pittsburgh, the region's first bakery incubator

“I want to talk to someone about a bakery.”

Does Margaritaville exist at Applebee's?

As part of my ongoing project to explore classic cocktails interpreted by chain restaurants, Craig Mrusek tries the "Perfect Margarita"

No frills needed Leon's Caribbean in Allentown

The jerk chicken might change your entire understanding of what the dish could, and should, be

Three barbecue restaurants open within 2.5 miles of each other

There are many longstanding barbecue restaurants and food trucks in the city, but these new ones have been established during the much-discussed restaurant boom

Branch out and get ready to share at Taiwanese Bistro Cafe 33 in Squirrel Hill

It’s impossible to leave hungry and you won’t spend an entire paycheck. The best of both worlds.

On the Rocks: The Drink Consultation

“Orders of something random or a drink we’ve never heard of helps us keep bartenders on our toes.”

North Side’s Siempre Algo lives up to name

“This is a restaurant that understands balance. The dishes’ flavors were seamless; no component overpowered its companions.”

Pittsburgh Pierogi Festival returns to Kennywood

From pierogi tacos to pierogi burgers, there's something for everyone (at least everyone who likes pierogis)

(Some) change is good at Riggs Lounge & Restaurant

While the building's exterior proclaims itself a dive bar, the interior doesn't allow such an easy conclusion.

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