If you missed Restaurant Week, don’t fear! There’s another foodie bash next month that promises to have tons of delicious food.
At Eat.Drink.PITTSBURGH you can try food and drinks from about three dozen mostly-local vendors.READ MORE: Pittsburgh City Council Hikes Pay By $16,000; City Controller Raises Concerns About Transparency
I can’t explain how much I love food events like this where you just eat and drink all night.
There are so many good places that will be represented here, these are a few I’m really excited to see:
Bado’s Pizza Grille & Ale House in Mt. Lebanon — I’ve heard a lot of good things about their pizza and I’m a bit of a pizza enthusiast.
Bethel Bakery in Bethel Park – Love their cookies! They’re not just pretty to look at, they’re darn delicious too (especially those holiday ones).
Nine on Nine in Downtown – I can’t wait to try whatever, seriously WHATEVER, they have here. So many times I’ve pored over their menu, I just have to eat whatever they bring to this.READ MORE: Another Video Surfaces Showing Suspect Beating Brashear Schoolmate A Month Earlier
Nakama on the South Side – Come on, who can say no to delicious sushi?
In addition, other local places expected at Eat.Drink.PITTSBURGH are Bettis 36, Braddock’s, Gianna Via’s, Greenhouse Winery, Mercurio’s Restaurant, Monte Cello’s, Prantl’s, Pretzel Crazy, Salem’s, Sal’s, Texas de Brazil and Totin’s Diner. To see the complete list, click here.
The band “Nameless in August” will also be playing live at the event.
Eat.Drink.PITTSBURGH is Saturday, Feb. 21 at the Wyndham Grand Hotel Downtown.
VIP admission is from 5-6:30 p.m. (tickets are $75) and general admission starts at 6:30-10 p.m. (tickets are $40). Just FYI, tickets sold out last year! Click here for tickets.
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