Big Burrito Restaurant Group Executive Chef Bill Fuller stops by the Pittsburgh Today Live kitchen with one of the most popular items on the menu at Casbah, located in the city’s East End!
One of the first restaurants to combine food and fun in the Pittsburgh region is celebrating 20 years of being in business.
Mediterranean cuisine contains a wide variety of dishes from the countries surrounding the Mediterranean Sea. France, Italy, Spain, Greece, Turkey, Cyprus and Syria are just some of the options. Although these countries have varied backgrounds and heritage, the common theme to their food is fresh meat, vegetables and herbs prepared by grilling or broiling. In Italy and Spain, fresh seafood makes up an important part of the diet in dishes such as paella and risotto with seafood. If you are in the mood for some fresh, healthily prepared dishes with abundant fresh spices, these restaurants offer the best of the Med right here in Pittsburgh.
From old-fashioned barbecue to upscale Pan-Asian cuisine, these five chefs offer different types of food for your enjoyment. However, they all have one thing in common, and that is personality.
Don’t want to spend the holidays slaving away in the kitchen preparing a feast for your family? Some local restaurants offer catering services with fantastic food!
In city life, outdoor dining is typically hard to find and a rare occasion; but Pittsburgh isn’t your ordinary city!
While breakfast certainly starts your day off on the right foot, lunch will keep it going? But what happens if you miss breakfast, but it’s too early for lunch? Clearly, you need to find some brunch and here’s list of some of the best places to get brunch in the city.
A birthday, an anniversary, a special holiday — all reasons why you may want to spend a memorable evening out with your significant other. What better way to do it than with a truly unique meal? Here are some of the best places around Pittsburgh to have a romantic dinner for two.