The Last Plate of Summer: Summer Squash and Chickpea Pie
Roll like a domestic goddess with a slice of comfort-food queen Nigella Lawson’s savory pie.
Empanadas: The Perfect Portable Lunch
Sha Cehum of Salud PGH shares his favorite recipe for these easy-to-make hand pies.
Grow. Cook. Drink.: The Italian Garden Project
Mary Menniti aims to preserve the legacy of immigrant gardeners.
8 Foodie Day Trips (and a Few Weekends, Too)
Hoping to take a leaf-peeping road trip? Keep food at the top of your priority list and consult our lineup of eight destinations, most within 150 miles of the city.
Grow, Cook, Drink: Wigle Whiskey
Wigle Whiskey’s ‘field-to-bottle’ distilling relies on locally grown, organic grains.
This Just In: Crested Duck Available Across the Country
For a limited time, genius chef Kevin Costa will share his cured meats with the rest of the nation.
2010 Turnbull Old Bull
This wine is a blend of 51 percent cabernet sauvignon, 26 percent syrah, 12 percent petite sirah and 11 percent cabernet franc fruit.
Review: Sienna Mercato
Matthew Porco, one of our Chefs of the Year, designs the menus at Sienna Mercato's downtown establishments.
Review: Café Zinho
Seasoned chef and entrepreneur Toni Pais continues to impress folks who dine at his longstanding Mediterranean establishment, Café Zinho.
Review: La Palapa
Kick back and enjoy the home-cooked flavors of Mexico in this intimate South Side spot.
Review: Crested Duck Restaurant
Crested Duck is a prime place to enjoy cured meats, pickled plates and European-inspired bistro dishes, such as chicken roulade.
Review: Grit & Grace
Brian Pekarcik and company deliver high-quality food in a stylish downtown atmosphere.
Best Restaurants 2014
Six Penn Kitchen
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Best Restaurants 2014
Presenting 33 top-notch eateries that are revolutionizing Pittsburgh's food scene.
Chefs of the Year 2014
We tip our hats to the city's 13 premier chefs, who consistently create good food and help to position Pittsburgh's dining scene on a national scale.
The 50 Best Drinks in Pittsburgh
Beer, wine, cocktails, coffee and beyond.
15 Hot Brunch Spots
These local eateries lead the way in the Pittsburgh brunch movement, serving fare that’s worth waking up late for.
The 'Burgh Beer Bible
Your guide to the city's best bars, microbreweries, beer caves, cocktails and more.