Have you enjoyed any new food in Pittsburgh this year? Despite the negative effects of the pandemic on the economy, there were plenty of new restaurants, breweries, bars, and cafes to try this year. Let’s have a look at some of the most notable openings. I’ve organized them into categories to make it easy for you to find your next meal.
We’re almost mid-way through December, and that means we’re bringing you the last food-and-drink update of 2021. As always, the ‘Burgh is hopping with some hot new spots and there’s even more on the way in 2022. Below you’ll find places to grab drinks — including everything from breweries and meaderies to juiceries — as well as appetizing new food options like smash burgers, breakfast fare, and charcuterie for grazing boards.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year … to shop local! We’ve wrapped our 2021 Incline gift guide (Vol. 1) into different categories to help you find the perfect present for your loved ones. Are they a nature lover? How about a nostalgic yinzer? Maybe they’re a cookie aficionado or have a knack for entertaining? Scroll for our favorite picks — and let the gift giving begin.
“I’m thankful for our mail carrier, Joe, who delivers the mail in our corner of Squirrel Hill no matter the weather. He helps us feel a little more connected to the greater world, especially on those days we feel alone.” — Boaz F.
It’s November, and that means we’re back with our tastiest edition of the month — food-and-drink updates. The ‘Burgh is serving some hot new spots to try, with everything from coffee and cocktails to tacos and sandwiches. Plus, the return of some Pittsburgh favorites.
“From pop culture to folklore, this is a city that is comfortable with its shadowy corners,” writes Sean Collier for Pittsburgh Magazine. A recent article saw Sean try to answer the question: “Why does Pittsburgh love to be scared?” And it’s a good question — it’s absolutely true, we do love a good thrill. The haunted houses, frightening festivities, and local lore prove as much.
After meeting each garden caretaker, taking notes, and snapping pictures, Charlie made a thoughtful design depicting each place of refuge. His illustrations capture places where neighbors could still gather, find peace, and nourish themselves during a profoundly stressful time.
It’s almost time for you to do your civic duty and vote! But we know that sometimes these elections can be confusing at best and overwhelming at worst. So in keeping with Incline tradition, we present to you this year’s Procrastinator’s Guide to the Election.
Did yinz get your carving pumpkins yet? It’s getting closer to Halloween, and we’re pulling these 11 Pittsburgh-themed jack-o’-lantern patterns out of the archives (plus one new design) to get you ready for the 31st. So get out your carving tools, scoop the guts and goop, and make your jack-o’-lantern glow.