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Food & Drink

Lawrenceville’s own Roundabout Brewery kicks off its Oktober-festivities with the third installment of Smoketoberfest October 9. This Sunday, a portion of 49th Street will be shut down for the brewery’s annual craft beer and smoked food festival....

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This summer, writers, editors, foodies and drinkers will gather for the first ever literary conference about Pittsburgh’s food scene, the Three Day Blow Festival. From August 25-28, the festival features a fully stacked line up of...

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Two decades ago, Pittsburgh’s once barren South Side strip welcomed the Lava Lounge–an eclectic music and counterculture venue that brought residents onto East Carson St. to let loose and enjoy good vibes in its funky, cave-like atmosphere. Recently,...

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Now’s the time to shake off those winter blues, hop into spring and gather with friends around the watering hole for the fifth annual ZooBrew: Spring Hops. The group that brought you Zoo Brew Oktoberfest...

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Back in 2012, Red Star Kombucha premiered a new brew in the Burgh, marking the establishment the first in PA to manufacture the now highly-sought-after “kombucha” beverage. For those unfamiliar with the brew, the black (or green) fermented...

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Pierogie Night Founders Debut Apteka in PGH

March 7, 2016 | 0 Comments

If you’re from the ‘Burgh, chances are you’ve eaten more than a few Pierogies in your lifetime… The cheesy potato dumplings hold a place in the hearts of residents near and far; and the dish has unquestionably become a cultural attribute...

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Enjoy Fresh Farm-to-Table Fare at Prairie on Penn

November 13, 2015 | 0 Comments

When construction on Penn Avenue started to affect business, former Verde owner Jeff Catalina knew it was time for a revamp. After a 4-year run with Verde, Catalina decided to transition back to his Texas roots,...

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What does the word “galley” mean to you? By definition, a galley is a large kitchen found inside of a ship or an airplane. But for two U.S. Navy Lieutenants, it stands for much more....

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How many of our readers know that American whiskey was born in Pittsburgh? What about that Western PA was the epicenter of American Whiskey production throughout the 1700-1800s? In fact, Pittsburgh’s own Wigle Whiskey is named for one of those...

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Most of Pittsburgh’s longtime residents know all the secret (and not-so-secret) spots to veg at; whether it’s a niche ethnic restaurant serving up traditional meals, pristine cuisine at a five-star establishment, or a quick bite from one of the many...

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Feed the Senses @ Braddock Farms’ Fall Feast

September 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

If you love meals fresh from the farm, you might want to clear your schedule this Sunday. Join Grow Pittsburgh and the Pittsburgh Chapter of the International Special Events Society on September 27 for their “progressive dinner” presentation....

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Filmmaker David Bernabo has been an active participant within Pittsburgh’s music and art scenes for several years. He participates regularly in band shows, dance ensembles and other art initiatives around the city, and his resume...

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