Looking for an outdoor environment to enjoy a cool drink or nice meal? How about that perfect time to watch the sunset? These are the restaurants and bars that feature a superb outdoor patio or rooftop to enjoy a cool night.
While the Allegheny County Health Department wanted to grade restaurants according to how clean and sanitary they are, the county board of health has reversed itself and rejected the grading system.
You don’t have to wait until St. Patrick’s Day to enjoy traditional Irish food and drinks in the ‘Burgh. Many Iris pubs still thrive in the city!
When it comes to ethnic cuisine, more often than not: the best, most authentic places usually fly under the radar — tucked into obscure corners of the city.
In city life, outdoor dining is typically hard to find and a rare occasion; but Pittsburgh isn’t your ordinary city!
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.
With more and more people making the commitment to a gluten-free lifestyle, the number of restaurants that cater to or accommodate those with this special dietary need is on the rise. We recently sat down to dinner (gluten-free of course) with Jami Broom, the author of the Pittsburgh-based Gluten-Free Diet Blog, and picked her brain on what she thinks are the most “gluten-free friendly” spots in the ‘Burgh.
If you’re craving something sweet, look no further than these great local hot spots. Here are some of our favorite places to visit if you need to satisfy your sweet tooth.
No matter what the season, there’s always room for pie. Whether it’s peach, apple, pecan or pumpkin, there are plenty of places to find good, homemade pie in Pittsburgh.
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.
It’s time to show some love and appreciation to that special lady you call “Mom.” If you’re looking to take her out for a special meal this Mother’s Day, why not try brunch. Whirl Magazine’s executive editor, Victoria Bradley, says “Mother’s Day is the brunch holiday.” She offered up her top five spots in and around the Pittsburgh area to take mom.
Authentic Middle Eastern food is hard to come by in the Pittsburgh, but fans of the cuisine have found a few hot spots in the area. Whether you’re in the mood for falafel, naan, Jeera rice or Indian curry, you’ll be able to find it at these restaurants.
For some people, the best pizza is all about the crust… others are more sauce-centric; and then, of course, there’s the cheese consideration. It’s rare to find someone who doesn’t enjoy partaking in their favorite pie and we found no shortage of suggestions from the KDKA Newsroom! These are a few of our favorite pizzas in Pittsburgh and the surrounding area!! If you’re not ready to take a tour of these pizza shops by the time you get to the bottom of the page, your willpower is stronger than ours!
Macaroni and cheese isn’t just for kids! You can’t go wrong with perfectly cooked pasta, creamy cheese and just the right extras! Revisit your childhood with these new twists on old favorite.
Thousands of people will be in downtown Pittsburgh for next weekend’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade and they may not recognize Market Square. After months of construction, it has been transformed and business there is booming.