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Wine a While

Wine a While

Everyone talks about the California Wine country, but for oenophiles and those who just like a nip of the grape every now and then, you don’t have to travel all the way to the West Coast for fun and an informative day of visiting wineries. Pennsylvania is the fifth largest producer of grapes in the country and is ranked seventh nationally in the number of

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Favorite Breakfast Spots in the ‘Burgh

Favorite Breakfast Spots in the 'Burgh

Pittsburgh has something for everyone, including some of the best breakfast places anywhere! Through our newsletter we asked our readers to send us their favorite breakfast places and the following are the entries we received. They range from small but very popular diners to an elegant restaurant.  Some are open 24 hours and others are just open for the morning and lunch crowds. The food

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2014 – Church Fish Fry Poll Results

2014 - Church Fish Fry Poll Results

THE RESULTS FOR THE 2014 “BEST FISH FRY IN PITTSBURGH” CONTEST ARE IN!                We would like to thank everyone for their participation in our annual conwww. We hope you had as much fun as we did. We would like to offer our congratulations to the following winners for this year’s poll: FIRST PLACE (by Popular Vote): St. Margaret Parish, Greentree SECOND PLACE (from

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2014 – Pittsburgh’s BEST Frozen Treat Shop Poll Results

2014 - Pittsburgh's BEST Frozen Treat Shop Poll Results

SUMMER IS HERE!!!! Congratulations to the winners of the 2104 Popular Pittsburgh “Best Ice Cream and Frozen Treat Shop” Poll! FIRST PLACE WINNER: DiFiore’s on Mt. Washington SECOND PLACE WINNER: Antney’s Ice Cream Parlor on Poplar St. Thank you to everyone for participating. Please check back soon for our next exciting poll!  

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Popular Pittsburgh’s Most Romantic Restaurant Poll Results

Popular Pittsburgh's Most Romantic Restaurant Poll Results

Congratulations to the Monterey Bay Fish Grotto for being voted Pittsburgh’s Most Romantic Restaurant in our poll! Pittsburgh has something for everyone, including some of the most romantic restaurants anywhere! They range from small and elegant to world class dining experiences. Some are wonderful for casual dating and others so special that many Pittsburghers have proposed marriage in their rarefied atmospheres. Poll Results – Pittsburgh’s Most Romantic

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Pittsburgh’s Best Pizza!

Pittsburgh's Best Pizza!

With 1,166 votes received, you told us where you’ve enjoyed some of the best Pizza in Pittsburgh. Frank’s Pizza at 618 Duss Avenue in Ambridge takes the TOP SPOT with 612 votes! Top This on Brilliant (17 Brilliant Avenue in Aspenwall) came in 2nd with 325 votes. Thank you for making your opinion’s known, and stop by your favorite Pizzeria for a slice today!  

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Heinz Ketchup – The Taste Loved “Round the World”

Heinz Ketchup - The Taste Loved "Round the World"

It’s enhanced more hamburger than Hamburger Helper. With French fries it has formed as perfect a union as peanut butter and chocolate, and it’s made your mother-in-law’s meatloaf edible. What is this marvelous, miraculous substance? Why, it’s none other than Heinz Ketchup-the taste loved ’round the world. Pittsburgh’s Henry J. Heinz Henry J. Heinz, the son of German immigrants, Frederick and Margaretta (Schmit) Heinz, was

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The Wooden Nickel

The Wooden Nickel

Before making a visit to The Wooden Nickel in Monroeville, I looked at their menu and prices online.  While the entrees looked to be top shelf, the cost was somewhat more than this frugal diner is accustomed to spending.  “Is it a value?” I asked myself, as I often do.  In order to find out, it’s off to The Wooden Nickel. Located at 4006 Berger

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Pittsburgh’s Soup Nancys: “Serving Up Soup for You”

Pittsburgh’s Soup Nancys: "Serving Up Soup for You"

As it seems that every culture likes soup, soup may be the lingua franca (common language) of the culinary world. Pittsburgh is fortunate to have two remarkable cooks, Linzee Mihalcin and Sara Raszewski, who speak soup language better than anyone else. The women are the owners of Soup Nancys, and their business has been “piping hot” since they arrived on the scene at the Pittsburgh

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Pittsburgh’s Wine Country

Pittsburgh’s Wine Country

For decades, Pittsburgh has been known as a “shot-and-a-beer” town, but that reputation may be changing as more people are turning to wine for their alcoholic beverage of choice. More wineries are opening in the area to accommodate this changing palate. Wine consumption is increasing all over the nation. According to the Wine Institute, consumption was up 5.4 percent in 2010 over 2009, with each

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