Spring is bringing new options for eating and drinking Downtown, as well as the start of the 13th season of the Market Square Farmer's Market.
"Nothing jumpstarts you on the road to recovery like a good meal, served by good people," says Ed Bailey, co-host of the popular Pittsburgh podcast, Drinking Partners.
"I’ve opened up people’s minds to many things including the fact that a neighborhood grocery can not only make it with reasonable prices, but also thrive," says owner Dianne Shenk.
Smallman Galley introduces four new chefs and restaurant concepts to their incubator and food hall space beginning this summer. "The next class is bringing a great deal of energy and experience," says co-founder Tyler Benson.
"I felt like I always knew I wanted to come back to live and work in Pittsburgh," says new Scratch F&B Executive Chef, Brandon Blumenfeld.
It's the perfect time to start getting ready for summer. Sign up for a CSA summer share with a local farm. Start making plans for that summer garden by planting early season crops right now.
Ready for a little late-night culinary exploring? Here are a few places to add to your map along with some of the midnight classics.
As NEXTPittsburgh reported last year, the idea of La Gourmandine taking over the long vacant Dimperio’s Market space was the result of a years-long search by downtown residential nonprofit agency Action Housing to revitalize the Second Avenue business center.
A new independent coffee bar and café opens on the North Side in Brighton Heights.
Curious about Pittsburgh's cat cafe? Check out our look inside Colony Cafe right here.