From (semi) pretentious artisan foods to down-home comfort selections, Pittsburgh’s food scene – and most primarily its seafood establishments – have begun to rival those of coastal towns, where fresh catches awash in abundance.
Pittsburgh’s oldest seafood market, Benkovitz Seafoods has closed its doors.
An international advocacy group is warning customers, after they found seafood products mislabeled, including some in Pittsburgh.
If you’re in the Strip District and in the mood for something different, there’s a new restaurant you might want to try – Luke Wholey’s Wild Alaskan Grille.
Wholey’s in the Strip District is celebrating 100 years in business this weekend. And, the family-owned business has a big party planned.
If you’re looking for a new seafood dish to make, be sure to try out this great recipe from the Giant Eagle Market District in your home today!
The BP oil slick in the Gulf Coast is effecting fishing and cargo routes in the region. Larry and John talk to Dan Wholey of Wholey’s Fish Market in the Strip District, to find out what […]