If you’ve been dying to try out a new restaurant, this may be the perfect time because it is Restaurant Week in Pittsburgh.
Some local bars and restaurants are boycotting Russian Vodka.
Service at restaurants can either be really great, really bad, or often in between. But suppose a restaurant automatically tried to tack on a gratuity without your consent no matter what the service?
The owners of three Washington County restaurants have joined forces and pooled their money to catch thieves who broke into their businesses.
Soggy ground kept the land movers still today, but it’s only a momentary pause for a project that is now in high gear.
Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, the website Urbanspoon has released its list of the 200 most popular bars across the county.
Sequestration and pending budget cuts have been the topic of much conversation lately and one surprising area to also be affected by its own budget crises is chicken wings.
Nearly three dozen downtown bars, restaurants and bottle shops agreed to halt alcohol sales to counter an early St. Patrick’s Day celebration created by Penn State students, the most aggressive effort yet to curb drinking on the unofficial “State Patty’s Day.”
Whether you’re cooking up some fries, sautéing vegetables, or frying some fish, what you cook it in can make a big difference for your health.
The city’s South Side with its slopes and flats was once synonymous with heavy industry and “studda bubbas” scrubbing their front stoops.
Foodies will rejoice, as Monday marks the start of Pittsburgh’s 2013 Winter Restaurant Week.
The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture is working on a system to aggregate thousands of restaurant inspection reports each month from counties and municipalities and post them on its website.
Early next year, we will find out how local restaurants stack up against some of the best in the country, that’s according to the dining guide, Zagat.
Some restaurant chains will show appreciation for current and retired military members Sunday and Monday.
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.