Food and drink

🍻 June 2023 Pittsburgh restaurant roundup

@necromancerbrewing Not gonna lie; this month’s Pittsburgh food news is pretty boozy. We’re pouring updates including some fancy new openings, intriguing changes of the guard and the end of the line for an Oakland favorite. Digest it all below. 👋 Welcome 🍷 City Winery opens this month in the Terminal. Patrons of the New York-based […]

/ June 1, 2023

🥪 May 2023 Pittsburgh restaurant roundup

@anyonecantakeapicture Restaurant news came in at a more modest pace for May. In addition to a few openings, there have been some menu changes and teasers for summer additions that you can read about below. 👋 Welcome 🍪 Crumbl Cookies is baking in Bethel. The national chain has fresh cookies ready at its South Road […]

/ May 2, 2023

🗣️ Locals to Know: Meet Milo Speranzo, owner of Vault Coffeehouse

Larry B (Snappr) Today’s Local to Know has a unique story on how he fell in love with drinking coffee at a later age. His passion eventually led to the creation of his own coffee shop. In a city full of coffeeshops, he is continuing to take steps to ensure his business becomes a space […]

/ April 18, 2023

🗣️ Locals to Know: Meet Nik Forsberg, chef & owner at Fet-Fisk

Styled by Quelcy Kogel shot by Matt Dayak Hi, Nik! Pittsburgh isn’t usually thought of as a Nordic hotspot — tell us about the origins of the Fet-Fisk concept. Hi Colin! No, it isn’t — but it’s funny how many Scandinavians have come out of the woodwork to connect with me after hearing about the […]

/ April 5, 2023

☕ April 2023 Pittsburgh restaurant roundup

@bitesbrewsbridges The café and coffee shop scene continues to grow, while a longstanding fast food place downtown is closing. As always, there will be some fun new options to check out soon, plus, an Eat’n Park staple was a casualty of the same bakery closure that 86’ed Lemon Blennd. Without further ado, here is your […]

/ April 4, 2023

🍟 March 2023 Pittsburgh restaurant roundup

@vallozzispgh It already feels like a banner year for Pittsburgh restaurants. We’ve got a long list of new places to check out below, plus the welcome return of two mainstays and (sadly) two closures. 👋 Welcome! 🍺 Big Sewickley Creek Brewery is pouring pints creekside in their recently opened taproom. The newcomers have booked a […]

/ March 1, 2023

Velum Fermentation has big plans in Southside

At the foot of Southside’s iconic clock sits a huge, unremarkable building that used to house Duquesne Brewing’s packaging plant. The building is now home to a climbing gym and what will soon be one of the largest breweries in Pittsburgh, Velum Fermentation (pronounced “VELL-um”). “Largest” is true in two senses: the building itself is […]

/ January 3, 2023

🌽 December 2022 Pittsburgh restaurant roundup

@gordospgh Featuring a colorful variety of restaurant openings, holiday pop-ups and franchise expansions, this December restaurant roundup has everything from appetizers to dessert. Keep reading for the latest in Pittsburgh food! 👋 Welcome! 🍛 Bombay to Burgh is serving Indian cuisine across from Edgewood Towne Center. The restaurant’s owner was a contestant on Hell’s Kitchen […]

/ December 1, 2022

🗣 Locals to Know: Meet Liz Fetchin, food allergy blogger

Courtesy of Liz Fetchin Today’s Local to Know is Liz Fetchin. Liz typically works behind the scenes, helping awesome folks share their work with the media — she’s even sent a few other Locals to Know our way! This time, she’s stepping out from behind the curtain to reveal how she works around her family’s […]

/ November 2, 2022

🍖 November 2022 Pittsburgh restaurant roundup

@explore_pittsburgh It’s been quiet this past month, though signs of life at yet-to-open restaurants mean there are more tasty treats coming our way. Read on for the latest in Pittsburgh food openings, changes and closures. 👋 Welcome! 🥩 Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse has landed: the fancy eatery now takes up two floors of the […]

/ November 1, 2022