Updated, 2:16 p.m. April 18
Whether it’s a write-up in a local publication or a national notice in the New York Times, Pittsburgh’s dining scene is getting attention for all the right reasons.
The city is constantly adding new restaurants from experienced chefs and exciting newcomers, while local entrepreneurs are opening businesses, creating food products, starting services and working for nonprofits that aim to make Pittsburgh more equitable.
We’re honoring 16 of these chefs, restaurant owners, ice cream makers, food-event facilitators and do-gooders for our Who’s Next: Food class. These honorees were nominated by their peers (you can do the same now for Who’s Next: Drink) and selected by The Incline’s editorial staff from dozens of possibilities. Presented by S&T Bank, Who’s Next is The Incline’s chance to recognize Pittsburgh’s rising leaders. Later this month, we’ll host a happy hour for the honorees at Studio AM in Homestead. We hope you’ll join us!
|What||Join us at Studio AM to honor the winners of Who's Next: Food. Your ticket includes an array of hors d’oeuvre from executive chef Steve Morehouse, beer and wine from Market Street Grocery, drinks from Arsenal Cider House and spirit samplings from Liberty Pole Spirits and Golia. You'll also have the chance to meet up-and-comers in Pittsburgh's dining and food scene. Special thanks to Who's Next sponsor S&T Bank.|
|Where||Studio AM at 225 E. 8th Ave. (Homestead)|
|When||April 24, 2017 at 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm|
|How much||$20 for public | Free for Who's Next: Food honorees|