An Urban Supper

Published On September 6, 2013 | By Emily Laubham | Food & Drink

Urban SupperIf you’re sick of eating Ramen Noodles with a side of cheap beer, or of pizza for breakfast, second breakfast, lunch and a midnight snack… then forget mediocrity! Join eatPGH and Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership for An Urban Supper on Saturday, September 14th. The event begins at 6PM with cocktails, and supper is served up at 7PM. It includes a seven course meal cooked professionally on-site and ambience that only our city at night can provide. Seriously though, how beautiful is Pittsburgh after dark? An Urban Supper will be held in the fancified parking lot of 919 Liberty Avenue which will host hungry guests among the awesome skyscrapers underneath the night sky. In case of rain, eatPGH will reschedule the event to occur on September 21st at the same time and location. Nothing can stop this food fest!


Like the title of their book, eatPGH is a “Food Lovers’ Guide to Pittsburgh”. It is managed and authored by four friends who are passionate about the city and its cuisine. Sarah Sudar, Mandy McFadden, Julia Gongaware and Laura Zorch are working hard to give food junkies like themselves a list of events, reviews, and recipes. And they’re HOT. Their second book, “Pittsburgh Chef’s Table” is coming soon!

To make An Urban Supper a hit, eatPGH is teaming up with Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership, whose mission is to improve life in downtown Pittsburgh. PDP is a group of downtown businesses, professionals, organizations, foundations, and residents committed to developing and enhancing the downtown area.  Together, eatPGH and PDP bring Pittsburgh a fun and filling night of food and adult bevs.




The food is cooked on-site by Richard DeShantz of Meat & Potatoes; a restaurant known for its simple, but high end food, and Keith Fuller of Root 174 which caters to gluten-free and vegan-friendly cuisine. The dinner guests of An Urban Supper will enjoy Fried Chicken, Pork Terrine, Chilled soup, Smoked Shrimp, Bruschetta, Barbeque Duck, and Dirt Dessert which is vanilla bean custard and chocolate. Yum!


Richard DeShantz






Tickets are $125 and are VERY limited. Say NO to another night of cold pizza!

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