CBS Local has gathered the five best establishments in the area that both offer and cook with sake.
Make plans to attend eat. drink. Pittsburgh Saturday, February 8 and enjoy a culinary escape and sample food and spirits from around Pittsburgh.
While everyone can enjoy hot chocolate at any Starbucks located throughout Pittsburgh, there are a few Pittsburgh-based businesses that have taken this wintertime staple to new heights.
Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, the website Urbanspoon has released its list of the 200 most popular bars across the county.
As the leaves start to change color and the temperatures cool, it’s time for specialty seasonal beer brews to show up at the taps of local bars and breweries. Read on for an inside look at where to find the best Oktoberfest, pumpkin and dark seasonal beers in Pittsburgh.
As the sweltering heat of the summer of 2012 subsides, Pittsburghers brace for the cold to come. If winter returns with a vengeance, blanketing the area with inches of cold slush, you’d better hope you’re prepared. No, not with shovels, coats and tire chains — it’s all about finding the best winter drink. Be prepared for the worst weather with this list of the best hot beverages the Burg has to offer.
It used to be that stadium food was thought of as overpriced and lacking in flavor. Nobody wants to pay top dollar for old hot dogs with packaged ketchup, stale popcorn and maybe-meat burgers. In Pittsburgh, it’s no longer that way. Whether you’re heading to a fall football game or a spring baseball game, rest assured if you get hungry, you won’t have to settle for expensive and bad-tasting food. Try out these unique and delicious concessions next time you head to a game.
The South Park Rib and Wing Challenge heats up at the South Park Fairgrounds August 31st through September 3rd. Plan a visit and enjoy Family, Food Music and More!
St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner, and if you’re looking for a truly Irish joint to celebrate at, then you’re in luck.
Nothing complements a winter night quite like a hot beverage.
There are some great edible spots in town that will easily warm you up on those frigid, winter days.
Just because you’re on a budget doesn’t mean you have to settle for a less than stellar dining experience. “Taste of Pittsburgh” blogger Blake Matthews shows how you can get some of the very best meals in the ‘Burgh without breaking the bank.