Here's your guide to summer beers from Pittsburgh's best breweries, from the Brew Gentlemen and East End to Roundabout, Hop Farm and Four Seasons. Cheers!
This week, Eat/Drink looks at a new space from the folks behind Bar Marco, a new rum from Maggie's Farm and says goodbye, for better or worse, to a pair of city eateries.
This week: A local brewer opens a meadery, a new Thai place is coming to Bakery Square and a local bar is now dealing in some pretty big cans.
We asked a few of our favorite local food and drink people what one drink they would bring to a 4th of July picnic and got some great suggestions--from a summery IPA to a Hard Arnie.
As the bbq scene in Pittsburgh keeps heating up, we visit some new spots you might not know about as well as some old favorites in this guide to some of the best barbecue in town.
This week: exotic treats from The Pop Stop (like cucumber mint lime made with gin), a new release from Wigle, a taco you must try and a new burger and dog spot in Mt. Lebo.
Legume invites you to celebrate summer, rum and barbeque at Bayardstown, NOLA reopening and free food aplenty.
This week: Cold-pressed, Fresh From the Farm Juices, a Downtown grocer getting closer, Brooklyn Brewery Mash returns and more.
Katie Heldstab and Christa Puskarich, founders of Leona's Ice Cream Sandwiches, are crafting summer treats that are both delicious and accessible (low lactose!). And check out the new spot on Mt Washington by the owner of the highly-regarded Bistro 19.
Twenty-six Pittsburgh establishments are participating in Negroni Week, Wigle celebrates Central Lawrenceville and Atlas Bottleworks comes to Butler St.