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The Weirdest, Wildest, and Most Delicious Food Festivals to Get Your Grub on in 2020 

From fancy French fare to finger-licking BBQ, there's a perfect food festival for everyone—even Fluff fanatics. That's why we're rounding up the best of the best food festivals to put on your calendar...

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Tortas (or cemitas) in Pittsburgh

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by alaskanjackal 5 years ago

Recent transplant to PGH and I'm starting to really miss Mexican food. Having found amazing, authentic Mexican all across this country in places I never expected to find anything resembling an auth...

Best coffee roaster in Pittsburgh?

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by lambretta76 15 years ago

Can anyone recommend a great coffee roaster in Pittsburgh? Looking for exceptional drip coffee as well as espresso beans. Thanks!

Trying to make the chocolate chip cheesecake from Gullifty's in Pittsburgh

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by ninrn 6 years ago

Hello Chowhounds, One of the best cheesecakes I've ever eaten was the chocolate chip cheesecake at the now-defunct Gullifty's in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh, PA. It was a tende...

Reccomendations for ORGANIC Restaurants in Pittsburgh please

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by syakoban 6 years ago

Coming out to Pittsburgh for a long weekend and we're looking for organic restaurants (particularly with delivery/take-out). Veg oriented places are the preference, but it doesn't have to be veg...

Half way between

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by skytan16 6 years ago

I'm looking for some good places to go that are halfway between Moon Twp, Pa area and Evans City, Pa. Bar/restaurants, eateries, any other interesting things. I'm guessing the areas would be roughl...

Butcher recommendation in Pittsburgh?

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by djbpitt 14 years ago

Dear Chowhounders, Can anyone recommend a butcher in Pittsburgh? Someone who can reliably provide excellent quality and reasonable prices both in general and for unusual items that might be diff...

Best dining experience in Pittsburgh?

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by Matt416 6 years ago

Heading down to Pittsburgh at the end of September from Toronto for the Ravens vs. Steelers football game. Staying near the stadiums. Looking for a fun lunch spot and a great place for dinner bef...

Best food road trip within 12 hrs of Washington, D.C.?

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by Worldwide Diner 6 years ago

I live in the suburbs of D.C., and I go to Baltimore, Philly, and NYC regularly. I've been to Charleston, Ashville, and Montreal recently. Have plans to go back to Portland, ME in October. In No...

Weekday Breakfast spots in Pittsburgh?

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by acewex 6 years ago

I forgot to ask- Does anyone have reccomendadtions for weekday breakfast spots (anywhere between Cranberry Township and downtown)? Only looking for teenager-friendly type of places. Any sugges...

Two months in Pittsburgh! (cool-ass shirts, cocktails, coffee, doughnuts, and breweries)

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by zammdogg 6 years ago

You know the drill, hounds- my backposts are all this. I love five things in this world: odd clothing/shirts (preferably from local businesses), coffee, doughnuts, breweries, and art. I'm moving to...

Lunch near Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh

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by Elyssa 6 years ago

I have 24 hours in Pittsburgh for business but I think tomorrow I'll be able to squeeze in a lunch and visit to the Andy Warhol Museum before having to head to the airport. Where should I go fo...

Visiting Pittsburgh: seeking bars, sandwiches, and more

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by guenevere51 6 years ago

Hello, Pittsburgh hounds! My husband and I are visiting your city from Baltimore for the first time next week and could use some guidance on a few items. Quick rundown: we’re in our mid-30s and enj...

What is Pittsburgh's Signature Dish?

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by mlukan 13 years ago

I'm driving through and want to know whats the best of the best and where can I find it? Thanks Hounds.

Tamari to disappear from restaurant scene

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by burghgal 6 years ago

First Lawrenceville, now Wexford. Sad. http://www.pittsburghmagazine.com/Best-of-the-Burgh-Blogs/The-412/June-2015/Tamari-to-Disappear-from-Pittsburgh-Restaurant-Scene/

PGH: Salt of the Earth to shutter Aug. 1

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by hassenpfeffer 6 years ago

http://www.post-gazette.com/life/dining/2015/06/22/Salt-of-the-Earth-in-Pittsburgh-s-Garfield-neighborhood-to-close-August/stories/201506220157 A game-changer when it opened 5 years ago, it had ...

One night in Pittsburgh...where should I go?

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by Elyssa 6 years ago

In early July I'm traveling to Pittsburgh for work. I'm going to be staying at the Sheraton-Station Square. I likely will only have time for one dinner (possibly a 2nd early one before I fly out th...

In Pittsburgh For a Few Days

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by Boatman 6 years ago

I'll be in Pittsburgh for a little over three days next week, my first time there, and am figuring out a food itinerary. So far I've got Tessaro's, Alla Famiglia, Mineo's, Jean-Marc Chatellier's, a...

Restaurant in Pittsburgh for U of Pitt graduation

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by ippchris 6 years ago

I'm looking for a restaurant in Pittsburgh that would be good for a post-graduation party with about 12 to 15 people. It doesn't have to be in Oakland where the University is, but we don't want to ...