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

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.”

Step up your sangria this summer

It’s more than a dumping ground for leftover wine

Keep your massage skills fresh with kale

I sure know how to show a bowl of power greens a good time.

1905 Eatery in Stowe offers a convivial spot for Italian-American favorites

Pastas, entrees, “rolled lasagna” and even an adjoining bakery

Summer Wine for Around the Bonfire

A modern version of potus ypocras, a health-restoring medieval beverage

Chevere, in Downtown Pittsburgh, offers Venezuelan quick fare

Meats and assorted add-ins fill arepas, empanadas and tacos

Yuzu Kitchen opens Downtown

“Everything you do has meaning, from the shake to the stir.”

Bluecoat gin

$24.99-28.99/750 ml

Spice Affair, in Aspinwall, offers a full menu of Indian fare

Its mastery of meat was most evident in the mixed grill

The Infamous Community Dinner Cabbage Salad

The goal is to keep costs as low as possible without sacrificing quality

Linea Verde, in Bloomfield, is the source of Frizz, an Italian carbonated coffee drink

Try it served cold on a summer morning, or as an afternoon energizer by the pool

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El Diablo Is in the Tequila

New craft brewery taps into British beer traditions

“I loved everything about what they were trying to do with what they call ‘real ale.’”

Downtown’s Talia brings excellent, occasionally strikingly original takes on classic Italian cuisine

Ricotta gnocchi were plump and pillowy in an assertive sauce of San Marzano tomatoes augmented by piquant Calabrian chilis

La Poblanita Mexican Store in Coraopolis offers authentic tacos

Lots of meat and traditional toppings: chopped onions, cilantro, lime and a choice of homemade salsa

Dogfish Head Festina Peche




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