Chef appeal: Pittsburgh’s growing restaurant scene attracts staff from bigger cities. “Pittsburgh’s up-and-coming dining scene not only is starting to generate buzz among locals, it’s also becoming known as a good place to build a career.” May 5, 2013 by Melissa McCart
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We’re thrilled to host Wigle Whiskey distiller Eric Meyer and his humorous take on drinking and theology through the ages at our first Sunday School event on Sunday, April 21, 5 to 7 pm. Join us for four drinks, food, and all the boozy education you could want in an afternoon. RSVP before April 15 to save $15! Here’s Eric’s account of his eligibility to teach this course: Download (PDF, 292KB)
MON – FRI –> Happy Hour 5 – 7 pm: $1 single Beetballs, NEW –> $1 off draft beer, $2 Boring Fries, $2 single Organic Grass-fed Beef Meatballs, $2 off Classic Cocktails, $3 Straub. TUESDAYS –> NEW! In-house Full Contact Trivia w/ Stand Up Chef Ryan. 8 – 10 pm. Beer specials for participating teams. WEDNESDAYS –> Neighbor Night every Wed, 5 pm – close: half off pierogies for Lawrenceville residents! Friday, April 19 – TRUCK TO MOST WANTED FINE ART GALLERY - 5015 Penn Ave, 15224 – 7 to 10 pm Saturday, April 20 – TRUCK TO BAKERY SQUARE FAMILY FUN DAY - 12 to 3 pm Sunday, April 21 – TRUCK TO BURGH BEES APIARY - 400 N. Lexington St., 15208 - 1 to 4 pm THREE EVENTS FOR PITTSBURGH...
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Shannon and Nick are here to introduce the Reykjavík, April’s featured frank, in this lovely little video (next time we promise to hold the phone correctly): You might not be able to pronounce this Icelandic capital city (try “wreck ya, Vic” as in, “This frank’ll wreck ya, Vic…in a good way”) but you should certainly try our nod to Bæjarins Beztu Pylsur, the famous hot dog hut in a Tryggvagata parking lot. Megan traveled to Iceland a few years ago and personally attests to the deliciousness of the lamb, pork and beef frank. Though we can’t bring you the exact award winning “best hot dog of Europe” as voted by the The Guardian, Franktuary’s combination of house-made remoulade, sweet...
Restaurant restoration: Lawrenceville’s Butler Street caters to foodies. ”Now, they have a giant, frankly beautiful restaurant space in the busiest part of Lawrenceville…” March 27, 2013 by Michael Machoshky