Anyone try the Conflict Kitchen in East Liberty yet? It doesn't really have a huge focus on food (at least the way I see it) and is more about the concept and message than anything else but I thought the Kubideh was pretty good. The storefront is strikingly decorated. What do you guys think about political messages and food? Do they go together? I think their message is pretty peaceful on a universal scale and what better way to bridge cultural gaps than through food?
Take a look at the rest of my review here: http://bit.ly/9lOA1v if you want!
124 S Highland Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15206
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