“I fell in love with the unique take on Southwestern cuisine that happens in that region. There are a lot of influences coming together, including Native American, Mexican and Spanish—even western cowboy chuck wagon elements,” says Sayre.
Before you start chasing down the ice cream truck, we’ve put together a few ways to upgrade your cool down options this summer.
These Pittsburgh restaurants set the bar high, dating back to the very beginning of the city's culinary Renaissance, and beyond.
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“As a chef, being on the Food Network is like playing in the Stanley Cup finals,” says chef and co-owner Randy Tozzie.
“Our first group of chefs had great concepts that were executed really well—so they’ve set the bar really high," says Ben Mantica, co-owner, Smallman Galley.
Needle & Pin, a new restaurant and gin-forward cocktail bar that embodies the melding of British and Indian cuisine, opens in Dormont.
“Traditional Lyon fare is very simple and homey, hence the ‘comfort food’ label,” says Le Lyonnais' owner Yves Carreau. “It’s the food I grew up with and most of our menu is inspired by that,” he adds.
The combo of crushed ice and fresh mint packs a seasonal punch that makes it a crowd pleaser on a hot day.
“With Uber making a big imprint on Pittsburgh, both Deli on Butler and Deli on North Avenue are excited to be partners on their launch of UberEATS.” says Gary Gigliotti, co-owner.