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Restaurant Industry Fundraiser to Aid Injured Chef

Restaurant Industry Fundraiser to Aid Injured Chef

Zach Behm was chef de cuisine at Cure in Upper Lawrenceville at the time of a July car wreck.

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G&G Noodle Bar Downtown Will Close

G&G Noodle Bar Downtown Will Close

Its shuttering is the first significant Pittsburgh restaurant closing of 2017.

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Ki Ramen Coming to Pittsburgh This Year

Ki Ramen Coming to Pittsburgh This Year

Chefs Domenic Branduzzi and Roger Li to partner on a Lawrenceville noodle house.

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Chef Kevin Sousa Still Moving Forward With Superior Motors

Chef Kevin Sousa Still Moving Forward With Superior Motors

An easing back into the public eye sparks a renewed interest in the groundbreaking Pittsburgh chef’s long-delayed Braddock restaurant.

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Best New Restaurants in Pittsburgh in 2016

Best New Restaurants in Pittsburgh in 2016

Pittsburgh Magazine's Dining Critic Hal B. Klein's list of the six top openings of the year.

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Miracle on Liberty Pops Up in Pittsburgh

Miracle on Liberty Pops Up in Pittsburgh

The holiday themed cocktail bar is one of around 20 international Miracle popups.

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The Café Carnegie Now Open in Oakland

The Café Carnegie Now Open in Oakland

Chefs Sonja Finn and Becca Hegarty helm the refurbished restaurant at the Carnegie Museums.

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Some of e2's Most Beloved Dishes Are Back

Some of e2's Most Beloved Dishes Are Back

Chef Kate Romane, now of Black Radish Kitchen, launches Love and Meatballs CSA this week.

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First Look: DiAnoia's Eatery

First Look: DiAnoia's Eatery

The new Strip District restaurant is poised to fill a gap in Pittsburgh's restaurant landscape

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Best Buddies Brings Pittsburgh Chefs Together For A Good Cause

Best Buddies Brings Pittsburgh Chefs Together For A Good Cause

Tastebuds at Rivers Casino will pair top Pittsburgh chefs with people living with intellectual disabilities for an evening of fun food.

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Hal B. Klein is Pittsburgh Magazine’s associate editor and restaurant critic. He is an award-winning food and drinks writer. In his spare time, Hal can be found in his kitchen, in his garden and exploring the wonders of Pittsburgh. Follow him on Twitter (@HalBKlein) and Instagram (@halbklein).

 

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