5 Places To Eat Incredibly Well In Pittsburgh

Dine on spiked salami, vegan meatloaf in Steel City
Apr 2, 2015 9:00 am

While Pittsburgh has already established itself as a hub for technology, culture and sports go Penguins! it’s also quickly becoming a destination for people who take their food seriously. Pennsylvania native Katie Chang returns to Steel City and finds a lot to like about the rapidly developing food scene.

Meet Pittsburgh's Sultan Of Spiked Salami

Justin Severino finds inspiration in classic drinks
Mar 20, 2014 10:00 am

Sherry-spiked saucisson, Fernet Branca–spiked salami, Cynar-spiked swordfish: with so much booze in the food, it’s hard to imagine that Cure, chef Justin Severino’s quasi-quaint charcuterie spot in Pittsburgh, started out just two years ago as a bone-dry BYOB. The restaurant's impressive journey, after the jump.

For Black Moth Super Rainbow, Barrel-Aged Cocktails Is The New Rock

The band's frontman on where to eat in Pittsburgh
Nov 27, 2012 11:01 am

Black Moth Super Rainbow's music can be heard blaring out of kitchens from San Francisco to Savannah and everywhere in between. One of the chef world's favorite bands happens to be really into food, as it turns out. Here, BMSR frontman Tobacco talks barbecue, barrel-aged cocktails and the most overrated dish in Pittsburgh.


Beer Around The NFL: Pittsburgh Steelers

Craft beer, and drinking, at its finest
Sep 14, 2012 2:01 pm

Football season is here and you know what that means, don’t you? If we weren’t so freakin’ beer happy all year round, we would call it beer season, because there really is no better way to cheer your team than with a pint or mug of your favorite local craft brew. All season we will be taking a look at the beer scenes in cities representing all 32 NFL teams — from local brewers to beer-centric bars to the finest beer shops. Up next, the Steelers!

NFL Kickoff: Pittsburgh Steelers RB Baron Batch Makes A Mean Salsa

The Texan has moves on the field, in the kitchen
Sep 6, 2012 12:01 pm
Photo: Courtesy of the Pittsburgh Steelers

Pittsburgh Steelers running back Baron Batch is coming off a rookie year that was cut short after he suffered a torn ACL and missed the season. The Texas native is looking to make an impact with the AFC North favorites, who start the season against the Denver Broncos Sunday night.  Here, Batch tells us about his homemade salsa, his quest to find good Mexican food in the Steel City and how he feels about Guy Fieri.


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