Over the holidays, the Post-Gazette reported that over 30 restaurants opened in Pittsburgh last year! Which new restaurant was your favorite? We are looking forward to trying a bunch during Pittsburgh Restaurant Week.
2012 is already looking like another great year for the Pittsburgh food scene as well. Here are a few openings to look forward to…
Station Street Hot Dogs
Salt of the Earth’s Kevin Sousa and partners are reopening the hot dog shop that is located behind the new Target in East Liberty. Pittsburgh food blogger Cooking For My Dad has been tweeting with Station Street about their new menu.
Winghart’s Burger and Whiskey Bar to Open South Side Location
While we haven’t had a chance to visit the Market Square Location, we have been hearing rave reviews of this place. The Post-Gazette’s Bill Toland is tweeting that they will be opening a South Side location soon.
Wild Purveyors to Open a Market in Lawrenceville
Brothers Tom and Cavan Patterson have been selling their Certified Organic and/or sustainable farm fresh produce, and meats at the public market and directly to restaurants since 2009. With the help of a very successful Kickstarter campaign they will be opening their own storefront in Lawrenceville in the next month or so.
Walnut Grill to Open in Mt. Lebanon?
The Post-Gazette reported that Molly Brannigans in Mt. Lebanon closed in early December. The building has been purchased by the owners of the Walnut Grill.