The leaves aren’t the only things changing this fall! If you know where to look, you can find the most delicious seasonal evolutions to restaurant menus all throughout Pittsburgh. Fall is all about flavors abounding in nearby orchards and gardens.
Nestled next to the adorable boutique shops on Ellsworth Avenue, La Casa wine and tapas bar in Shadyside doesn’t rely on a flashy exterior to attract diners. Apparently word of mouth (and Just Pay Half deals) does a fine job.
If you are considering taking a class or two to perfect (or discover) your gastronomic dexterity, this five-star menu of multi-culinary Pittsburgh cooking classes should certainly help get you started!
After an astonishingly successful first budget meal adventure, Partner-In-Dine (PID) and I were excited to continue on our journey to help you find ways to experience fine dining without breaking the bank.
Not long ago, I noticed a creeping trend in the city of steel. When The Goodie Truck rolled on to the scene a few years ago, I was ecstatic. It made Pittsburgh feel trendy in the food scene! But it stood alone, save the amazingly delicious Pad Thai truck that, for as long as I can remember, has served the heat from the corner of Fifth and Bigelow. Last year, the owners of downtown’s hip hot dog shop Franktuary took their meat to the streets. So I decided it was time to check them out.
Pittsburgh is a city rich with culture; and while not every suburb has stayed 100% true to its original nationality’s cuisine, our very own Little Italy, Bloomfield, is certainly one area with some top dining destinations!
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.