“With any luck, people will appreciate our simple approach and be a little surprised at how the right mix of the right things, served in the right way, will make them feel," says Chef Scott Walton describing Acorn's menu.
“As a chef, being on the Food Network is like playing in the Stanley Cup finals,” says chef and co-owner Randy Tozzie.
Here's a list of some of the best outdoor dining options in town—the ones you should run to when the summer breeze beckons.
“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.
"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.
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.
What do chefs like to make at home for friends and family during the holidays? We talk to chefs and restaurant owners around the city who reveal some of their favorite "go-to" creations.
Online delivery service seeks to disrupt corporate catering, using local restaurants in 11 cities, including Pittsburgh.