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New Smallman Galley Cocktail Menu Pays Homage to The Royal Tenenbaums

The Strip District food hall's late-summer drinks menu riffs on the Wes Anderson cult classic.

Recommended Pittsburgh Eating: 4 Recent Dishes I Loved

PM Dining Critic Hal B. Klein says fried chicken, sour cherry soup, longevity noodles and garden-fresh Italian cooking have his attention this month.

Farmer X Baker Brings Much Needed Riverfront Dining To The Region

Jennifer Urich focuses on locally grown ingredients and house-baked breads at her casual spot in Aspinwall Riverfront Park.

Hop Farm Brewing Company and Provision PGH Combine Forces

The popular Federal Galley restaurant takes over culinary operations at the Lawrenceville brewery next week.

Con Alma Is Pittsburgh's Newest Spot for Jazz

Hot tunes, a popping bar program and pan-Latin cuisine are a draw to the Shadyside venue.

On the Trail of the Whiskey Rebellion

While the trail is centered around the history of rye whiskey making in the region, it also offers tourists the opportunity to see the modern boom of craft distilling.

Growing Together: Farmers and Chefs Elevate Pittsburgh Dining

These seven farmer/chef pairings are leading the charge toward more vital vegetable dishes.

Restaurant Review: Spirits & Tales at the Oaklander Hotel

Executive chef Jessica Lewis’ strong voice is undermined by inconsistencies throughout the restaurant.

The Latest Restaurant and Bar Openings in Pittsburgh

We say hello to a new concept from Justin Severino, a summer-long dance pop-up and a new spot for cocktails.

Recommended Pittsburgh Eating: 4 Recent Dishes I Loved

PM Dining Critic Hal B. Klein says a corned beef sandwich, Sichuan smashed eggplants, smoked chicken wings and a cornbread dessert have his attention.

Cornbread, A New Soul Food Restaurant, Opens in an Unexpected Location

Adenah Bayoh and Elzadie “Zadie” Smith bring their fast-casual concept to the West Mifflin Walmart.

Pittsburgh Bartenders Bring the Garden to the Glass

Bartenders are using centrifugal force, tinctures and more to amplify and preserve the season's harvest.

Café Agnes is the Spot for Pupusas and Tamales

Marcella Ogrodnik brings Salvadorian cuisine to three Pittsburgh farmers markets.

Opening Date Set for the Severinos' New Restaurant

Larder of East End, Justin Severino and Hilary Prescott Severino's casual restaurant inside East End Brewing Company's Larimer brewpub, features a beer-friendly menu.

Recommended Pittsburgh Eating: 3 Recent Dishes I Loved

PM dining critic Hal B. Klein is eating seasonal salads, sushi and sandwiches.

The Latest Restaurant Openings In Pittsburgh

We say hello to three new Galley Group concepts, plus Con Alma, Over Eden and Inner Groove Brewing.

All In The (Giaramita) Family: La Tavola Italiana and Pizza Taglio

Family members run two distinct restaurants, one classic and one with a contemporary spin.

Restaurant Review: Masala House in Shadyside

You'll find excellent Indian cuisine in a Shadyside building with a long culinary history.

Hello Neighbor and Scratch Food & Beverage Pair Up for a Very Special Dinner

The community dinner will feature Syrian cuisine, raising awareness of Hello Neighbor's mission and promoting connection and conversation with the region's refugee families.

Sweet Partnership: Cakery Square and Fudge Farm

The opening of Fudge Farm's Bloomfield store marks an expansion of Wes Lyons' Pursuit Program and larger menu for the confectioners.

Superior Motors is Getting Raw With Its Next Special Dinner

"Uncooked and Uncorked" will features six courses of raw fish preparations from around the world.

Restaurant News You Can Use: Over Eden Opens at TRYP Hotel

Look for light and shareable Levantine cuisine at the restaurant on the roof of Lawrenceville's new boutique hotel.

Mario’s Saloon Expands Its Reach into Oakland

The popular party bar adds a third location in a space formerly occupied by Peter’s Pub.

Scottish Brewery BrewDog Is Coming to East Liberty

This will be the fourth location in the United States for the international brewery with a punk rock ethos.

Ketchup Sparks Controversy at Kennywood

Hot on the heels of the Potato Patch cheese swap, a change in ketchup suppliers hits close to home.
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Your Chance to Taste 250+ Premium Whiskeys & Fine Spirits

Pittsburgh Magazine's 2019 Whiskey & Fine Spirits Festival on Oct. 23 will feature more than 250 spirit tastings and exclusive product sampling -- all in an exciting new event space

Inspired by Chefs: At Home with Richard DeShantz

Richard DeShantz owns six Pittsburgh Restaurants with two more in the works, so what kind of kitchen does he have at home? Take a look.

Inspired by Chefs: Bill Fuller's Newest Restaurant, Alta Via

Alta Via is the newest restaurant of the big Burrito Group. See the cooking techniques behind one of Alta Via's signature dishes and learn what big Burrito President and Corporate Chef Bill Fuller considers his most important kitchen appliance.

This Restless Pair are Pittsburgh Restaurateurs of the Year

Together, Richard DeShantz and Tolga Sevdik of the Richard DeShantz Restaurant Group form the Pittsburgh restaurant world's most dynamic duo.

When I Have a Craving for a Specific Dish

Here are a few Pittsburgh restaurants we didn’t include on the annual Best Restaurants list that our dining critic loves to visit when he's craving something specific.

Community Kitchen Pittsburgh Links People to Good Jobs

Pittsburgh Magazine selected Community Kitchen Pittsburgh as our inaugural Community Impact Award recipient in recognition of the organization’s commitment to moving at-risk community members into the workplace, with a focus on helping them find employment in the foodservice industry.

Inspired by Chefs: Watch the Turkey Devonshire Cook-Off

10 of Pittsburgh’s top chefs faced off at LeMont to see who could create the ultimate Turkey Devonshire. We take you in the kitchen for a throwdown for the ages.

Inspired by Chefs: Behind the Scenes with Dan Carlton of Fish nor Fowl

Watch Executive Chef Dan Carlton prepare his signature dish while discussing cooking techniques and must-have kitchen appliances.
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Best Restaurants in Pittsburgh in 2019

Our annual roundup of Pittsburgh's Best Restaurants covers a lot of ground. The list of 30 includes everything from fine dining at a resort hotel to a scrappy, farm-to-table breakfast and lunch counter in Bloomfield.
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