Richard DeShantz steps it up with a move from Downtown to Lawrenceville and shows Pittsburgh how to make French dining fun.
Day Bracey and Ed Bailey of Drinking Partners Podcast and Mike Potter of Black Brew Culture online magazine will bring 12 black-owned breweries to Pittsburgh in August for Fresh Fest.
Why our dining critic thinks dumplings might be his ultimate comfort food.
Pittsburgh, of course, is best known for the pierogi. Our love of dumplings extends beyond that, however. These seven dumplings are our favorite restaurant versions of their various styles.
A Pittsburgh chef and his family continue to craft a family recipe with roots in Poland.
Empath provides the vibe and social space of a bar, as well as stepped up beverage service ... without the alcohol.
Aaron Allen comes to Willow by way of 2-star Daniel in New York City. Plus, Greta Harmon joins the staff of the Ohio Township hideaway as the restaurant's new bar manager.
The six-course dinner features chefs Mike Costello and Amy Dawson of Lost Creek Farm.
The date is set for the return of one of PM dining critic Hal B. Klein's favorite food events of 2017. Pittsburgh Magazine has a first look at the competing teams.
We eat for a good cause with Leo's Sunday Sauce, wonder what took us so long to get to Lola Bistro and hit the main menu at Muddy Waters. Plus, we go offline with Dave Anoia of DiAnoia's Eatery.
PM Dining Critic Hal B. Klein talks to the celebrated chef, restauranteur, television host and author about grandparents, foraging and the plight of refugees seeking a better life in the United States.
The owner of Everyday Noodles is encouraging more regionally specific Chinese food in Pittsburgh restaurants.
Andrew Garbarino moved his fine-dining restaurant into a multimillion-dollar new home. Does it live up to its new digs?
Reflecting on the loss of a person so many of us admired.
Chef You Shan Pei comes to Pittsburgh after cooking in Flushing, N.Y. restaurants for 18 years.