Local chefs are taking notice of brunch lovers. They’re launching new menus and creating some inspired dishes that go beyond usual expectations.
At Rolling Hills Ranch, dinner definitely comes with a side of entertainment.
Love pumpkin spice lattes and supporting local businesses? You're in luck.
Taco Diablo joins Café io and io Deli as the third restaurant owned and operated by Jeff and Carol Iovino on Mt. Lebanon's busy Beverly Road block.
“I’m really excited to offer brunch every day,” says Marron noting “there’s a lot of people in our industry, as well as other locals, who don’t get to have brunch on Saturday or Sunday — now they can come on a Monday or Tuesday.”
“We pride ourselves on having everything from quinoa to chipped ham,” says Dora Walmsley of 52nd Street Market.
Owner Phat Nguyen worked hard to make this coffee shop different, more typical of places you might find in Vietnam where friends gather and kick back for longer visits.
What’s the secret to making really great cheese? “Happy, healthy animals that get to spend a lot of time in the pasture grazing,” says the owner of Pittsburgh-based Goat Rodeo Farm & Dairy.
Local Asian eateries moving to a focus on specific cuisines and specialized experiences.
They say every displaced Pittsburgher eventually finds a way back. Maybe so, but few can plan a homecoming quite like Micheal Sparks.