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    Inside the Kitchen: South Side BBQ

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    Inside the Kitchen: South Side BBQ

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    What People in Pittsburgh are Eating

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    What People in Pittsburgh are Eating

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    Foodee Eats: Dinner in Pittsburgh

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    Foodee Eats: Dinner in Pittsburgh

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    Franktuary: Hallelujah to Hot Dogs

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    Franktuary: Hallelujah to Hot Dogs

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    Inside the Kitchen: South Side BBQ

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    Inside the Kitchen: South Side BBQ

    In the years since July 2013, Pittsburgh has been getting to know the complexity of Carolina style BBQ by way of Southside BBQ Company. Owners and brothers Patrick and Mike Joyce have taken their unique upbringing in the South and are turning it into incredible food from the pitt. The Restaurant When Patrick started working … Continue reading Inside the Kitchen: South Side BBQ

    What People in Pittsburgh are Eating

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    What People in Pittsburgh are Eating

    Ever wonder what people in Pittsburgh are eating? Well, now we know! We’ve compiled the top 10 restaurants corporate clients are crazy about, including the items that they purchase most. City Fresh Pasta 100 S Commons More than anything else, corporate clients are looking for feel-good food that tastes amazing. Look no further than City Fresh Pasta. … Continue reading What People in Pittsburgh are Eating

    Foodee Eats: Dinner in Pittsburgh

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    Foodee Eats: Dinner in Pittsburgh

    Dinner in Pittsburgh Maybe it’s all that brainpower you put in at Carnegie Mellon, or you’ve been tirelessly running around all day, but you undoubtedly need a great dinner to get you through the night. Worry not, I have the eight best places to grab evening snacks and stuff your-face-dinners. Umami 202 38th St. (412) … Continue reading Foodee Eats: Dinner in Pittsburgh

    Franktuary: Hallelujah to Hot Dogs

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    Franktuary: Hallelujah to Hot Dogs

    Pittsburgh’s favorite frank may no longer live in the blessed basement of Trinity Cathedral, but that doesn’t mean the woof of these weenies is any less sacred. Since setting up shop in 2004, Franktuary has been serving Pennsylvania’s finest frankfurters, turning the iconic finger food into a first class meal. New York State of Mind For co-founder Tim Tobitsch, a Pennsylvania transplant … Continue reading Franktuary: Hallelujah to Hot Dogs

    Foodee Eats: Lunch in Pittsburgh

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    Foodee Eats: Lunch in Pittsburgh

    Lunch in Pittsburgh While the Steel City has become known for more than just its manufacturing, Pittsburgh is still building amazing restaurants with incredible food. Our recommendations for where to start your afternoon have your every craving covered. Franktuary 115 Forbes Ave. (412) 281-0115 3810 Butler St. (412) 586-7224 www.franktuary.com If there’s one restaurant in … Continue reading Foodee Eats: Lunch in Pittsburgh

    Pittsburgh vs. Philadelphia: Food Trends We Love in the Keystone State

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    Pittsburgh vs. Philadelphia: Food Trends We Love in the Keystone State

    The Keystone State is home to many food wonders, like the legendary Hershey Bar, a staple in campfire s’mores. Pittsburgh and Philadelphia are especially well-known for their culinary traditions. Besides being fierce sports rivals—Pirates vs. Phillies, Steelers vs. Eagles and Penguins vs. Flyers—the two big cities that bookend Pennsylvania have their fair share of differences … Continue reading Pittsburgh vs. Philadelphia: Food Trends We Love in the Keystone State

    Pad Thai, Pierogies, and Other Ethnic Foods Celebrated in Pittsburgh

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    Pad Thai, Pierogies, and Other Ethnic Foods Celebrated in Pittsburgh

    Pittsburgh is a melting pot of cultures, which has had a delicious impact on local cuisine. You can find authentic German spatzle in the North Side, Italian pasta in Bloomfield, Jewish fare in Squirrel Hill, and so much more. Here are a few of the ethnic foods us Pittsburghers are most excited about these days. … Continue reading Pad Thai, Pierogies, and Other Ethnic Foods Celebrated in Pittsburgh

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