A painting of Jesus stolen in what the culprit calls a “drunken mistake” has been returned to a Mexican restaurant popular with Penn State students.
If you are looking for a great bowl of soup in Pittsburgh, here are some places that have delicious winter soup options.
Looking to have some fun on Cinco De Mayo? Grab a date and head to one of these fun spots in Pittsburgh to celebrate and enjoy some authentic Mexican food.
When it’s cold outside, nothing warms you up like a tasty bowl of chili, but there are so many other uses for it. Here are some of the best chili dishes in Pittsburgh to try all winter long.
If you wake up late and starving on New Year’s Day, an early lunch or brunch is the perfect solution. Here are some great places in Pittsburgh that are open early enough to enjoy a meal so that you don’t ruin your dinner.
Mashed potatoes are the ultimate comfort food. Whether served with gravy, with cheese or in a hearty dish, if mashed potatoes in all of their forms are one of your favorite dishes, here are some great places to enjoy them in Pittsburgh.
One of the first restaurants to combine food and fun in the Pittsburgh region is celebrating 20 years of being in business.
If you’re not ready for Valentine’s Day, no fear. You don’t have to spend a lot of money to treat your sweetheart.
From the brain power of cowboys along the U.S./Mexico border, burritos came into fruition. Since then, burritos have evolved into much more. Check out the best of what Pittsburgh has to offer by referring to this list.
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.
If you can’t get enough of fresh, sizzling grilled meat and vegetables with zesty Mexican toppings rolled up in a warm tortilla, here are some great places to get tasty fajitas in Pittsburgh.
Oakland has no shortage of great places to eat. It’s hard to get bored, since the menus and locations are as diverse as the student population!
When you think of Pittsburgh, Mexican food might not immediately come to mind. However, Pittsburgh’s Mexican restaurants have some of the best margaritas you can find. You may have to be daring, though; it’s not every day you’ll find a margarita with egg whites in it!
While the ‘Burgh is nowhere near the Southwest, there are plenty of options for Tex-Mex food. Some crowd pleasers offer spicy homemade salsa, and sizzling fajitas and great Mexican beer selections.