CONSOL Energy Center is in its fourth season of Penguins hockey, but in all that time, right across the street, 5th Avenue has looked pretty much the same. Same storefronts. No restaurants. That is, until now.
The old North Park boathouse, which sat virtually idle for more than 30 years, has been re-born as a restaurant. A large crowd turned out Tuesday for the official opening of the Over the Bar Bicycle Café in North Park.
An excavator was hard at work Friday morning, knocking down part of a building that once housed a popular landmark restaurant and entertainment center on Babcock Boulevard called Jergel’s.
The Allegheny County Health Department shut down two local restaurants for major violations.
Is your favorite restaurant telling the truth about fat and calories? Consumer Reports put several dishes to the test to find out.
Pittsburgh’s oldest seafood market, Benkovitz Seafoods has closed its doors.
How many pizzas have been decked with pepperoni? How many customers lined up for that buffet? Minutello’s restaurant has served up comfort food and memories for 52 years.
Food chain Buffalo Wild Wings finds itself in the middle of a controversy, after gun bans pop up at company-owned restaurants.
It seems to be a never-ending Crèche controversy. The nativity scene that used to be in front of the Ellwood City Town Hall has now been moved down the street after last year’s legal battle with an out-of-town atheist group.
If you’re tired of the same old family Thanksgiving dinner or just don’t want to cook and clean up the mess, it’s time to venture out a bit. Let one of the five great establishments cook for you and yours this holiday season. Whether dining in or out, these restaurants have something to please the kids, your diabetic Uncle Roy and even your spouse’s picky third cousin.
Another new business is coming to the North Shore. And this one will make country music fans happy, it’s called “Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill.”
With hectic schedules and families that are constantly on the go, it is getting harder and harder for people to wait for anything.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to Michael Symon about his new airport restaurant.
Eat’n Park restaurants have been a tradition in Pittsburgh since 1949. Most of their restaurants are in the suburbs, away from the city. However, the chain is trying a new concept that will bring some Eat’n Park traditions into more urban areas.
Cincinnati Reds’ rookie Todd Frazier is being hailed a hero after he used the Heimlich Maneuver to save a man’s life.