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St. Patrick’s Day meal from Dianoia’s Eater


The local brewery and burger joint Burgh’ers Brewing announced that they will be opening a new location on the Highline on East Carson Street on the South Side. This is the third location for Burgh’ers with locations already in Lawrenceville and Zelienople. An opening date has not yet been announced. 319 E. Carson St., south side.

Roots natural cuisine
It appears their Oakland location has been a success as Roots Natural Kitchen, a Charlottesville, Virginia-based chain, is due to open a second Pittsburgh location this month on Bloomfield on Liberty Avenue. The casual restaurant specializes in grain bowls and salads. 5321 Liberty Ave., Bloomfield.

Shut down

21st Street Coffee
After 15 years in business, Downtown Cafe 21st Street Coffee announced that it will be permanently closed. The store was originally located in the Strip District, which is where it got its name, before moving downtown a few years ago. “After 15 years, this amazing part of our lives known as 21st Street Coffee and Tea ends. Thank you everyone who worked here or who have visited over the years. We will miss it,” the staff wrote on a social Media contribution.


Eat well $
The Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership recently launched Good Eat $, a program that encourages people to eat out downtown restaurants. On Tuesdays and Wednesdays, guests receive a 25% discount on selected restaurants, including Bae Baes Kitchen, Hello Bistro, Market St. Grocery, Sree’s Foods and much more. The cost difference is covered by the Richard King Mellon Foundation, and the program only runs as long as the funding runs.

Barrel & Flow Festival
The beer festival, formerly known as Fresh Fest, is renamed the Barrel & Flow Festival. Despite the change, the festival will have the same goals. “Our collaborations and goals of the economic strengthening of the black community will be continued with global aspirations and national reinforcements and are still significant and necessary,” says the festival website. Their first event under the rebrand will take place September 10-12 at SouthSide Works.

Dianoia’s restaurant
Although the Strip District Restaurant is known for its Italian cuisine, Dianoia’s Eatery offers a special Irish menu on March 17th (St. Patrick’s Day). Lunney’s Eatery, as the restaurant calls it, has classic Irish dishes like soda bread, corned beef, cabbage, Irish ginger snap cookies, and more. Dinner can be ordered in the “Webshop” section of the website. 2429 Penn Ave., Strip District.

Join writer Natalie Bencivenga on VEGED !, a new vegan cookery web series. The show was filmed from Don’s Appliances and features local chefs sharing herbal recipes. “There’s no question that plant-based foods are the future. So watch as visionary Pittsburgh vegetable-based chefs from top local restaurants present recipes and tips that will only add to the joy of eating!” Says the show’s Facebook page at. The first episode will air on March 22nd on YouTube.

Pigeon bagels
Food & Wine Magazine published a list of the “Best Bagels in America” ​​and Pittsburgh’s own pigeon bagels on the list. In the publication, the Pumpernickel and Pumpernickel vortex bagels from the Squirrel Hill shop were named as favorites. 5613 Hobart St., Squirrel Hill.

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