Thursday, January 17, 2019

Carey Wimer making her mark at the Sewickley Hotel

Born and raised in a small town north of Pittsburgh called Freedom, Carey never went to  culinary school, her knowledge comes jumping into "the...

THE AMERICAN DREAM Joe Chahine & the Family Business: Issue #18 re-cap

Written by: Beth Taylor                                                                                Photography by: Hayden Rose Joe Chahine, Leader of Pitaland Workers arrive at 5:00 a.m. six days a week to bake billowy...

Spork Restaurant gives……#LOCALbitesPGH

Written By Jeff Rose We recently visited  Spork Restaurant, located on the border of Bloomfield and Garfield and while there we spoke with Sean Dwyer...

Just Desserts: The Best Places in Pittsburgh to Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

Pittsburgh is well-known for its diverse culinary options, and dessert is no exception! Whether you're planning a day out with friends or just stopping...

5 Pittsburgh Wineries to Visit this Fall

The Steel City is home to breweries, fantastic food and a slew of events highlighting the great products that all our local purveyors have...

Gnocchi Classes and More at Cenecolo Restaurant

Have you ever wanted to spend the afternoon drinking wine with friends, laughing, making a fun mess with flour and eggs, and then sampling...

Coffee Lovers Rejoice. Pittsburgh Now Has a Coffee Passport Program

Coffee Passport Pittsburgh will launch a program that encourages coffee lovers from around the region to visit independent coffee shops. The program includes 9...

Sarafino’s Restaurant, as advertised….. it truly is “Homestyle Italian Cuisine”

Written By: Ben Eaton With the Pittsburgh restaurant landscape changing in the last 5-10 years from family owned and operated to a more chef-inspired scene,...

The Full Pint Wild Side Tap Room

Full Pint Wild Side Tap Room is a walk on the wilder side of Lawrenceville; filled with beer, art, and great food. The menu...

The Evergreen Cafe in Point Breeze opens up its kitchen to Taquito’s

Written By: Ben Eaton The Evergreen Bar was originally opened in Wilkinsburg, but it was then relocated to Point Breeze in 1933 after Prohibition was...

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