Best of 'Burgh Party 2011

Pittsburgh magazine celebrated the city’s cream of the crop Thursday, July 21 at its annual Best of the ‘Burgh Party, presented by First Commonwealth Bank.  More than 250 guests came to the Mattress Factory and applauded as Best Of honorees Sally Wiggin and Gene Collier—along with 2010 Miss Pennsylvania Gina Cerilli and KDKA-TV’s Jim Lokay—recognized this year’s winners.  Partygoers flocked to the Mattress Factory galleries and a photo booth provided by DGM Photography.  Guests also sampled creations from All in Good Taste Productions, Mediterrano Cuisine, Pittsburgh Marshmallow Factory, East End Brewing Co., Engine House 25 Wines, Dunkin Donuts, Dreadnought Wines, Pretzel Crazy,
The Cookie Tray, Franktuary and Sesame Inn. 
Jennifer Strang
 

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