The sixth standalone concept from the Richard DeShantz Restaurant Group, is DeShantz’s most exciting restaurant yet.
It’s worth driving to New Bethlehem for a locally sourced meal in an unexpected location.
The country's first black brewfest looks to double in size this year.
Thackray's departure from The Vandal will result in a new menu at that Lawrenceville restaurant.
After hitting a culinary bottom eating unseasoned steamed broccoli for three nights in a row, PM food writer Celine Roberts knew she needed to light a new fire.
Look for a new bar menu and a continued focus on vegetables in the main dining room.
The owners of now-closed Avenue B open a dual concept restaurant on East Carson Street.
Blake Ragghianti plans to elevate the art of distilling limoncello, grappa and other Italian spirits.
Led by Executive Chef Julio Peraza, the restaurant at the Fairmont Hotel offers an elegant hotel dining option Downtown.
The popular bagel pop-up will settle into Squirrel Hill as early as March.
Our columnist Celine Roberts is big on Alpine escapes, Downtown cocktails and Soju.
The coffee house brings its international focus and welcoming atmosphere to the North Side.
Our dining critic picks the eight top openings of 2018 and suggests one more to keep an eye on.
David Bulman’s hyper-local, 12-seat restaurant has the potential to become a dining destination.
The latest installment of Bethany Zozula's Sharing Knives dinner series brings Apteak co-owners Kate Lasky and Tomasz Skowronski in for an Eastern European feast.