Restaurant Review: BOhèm Bistro in Seven Fields

The charming, rustic decor at BOhèm.

You don’t need a plane ticket to Europe to feel like you’re there this summer–a quick drive to BOhèm Bohemian Bistro in Seven Fields can do just the trick. The rustic design and Euro-centric menu will leave diners feeling like they’ve left Pittsburgh for a bit. Let’s start with the decor, which owner Markay Harlan proudly explains is both recycled and personal. BOhèm capitalizes on reusing elements to furnish the space situated next more

Five Things To Do This Week (and One Next Week)

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Akira Tuesday 7p ToonSeum, Cultural District Based on the groundbreaking cartoon series, this 1988 animated Japanese film is set in an obsessively detailed version of a post-apocalyptic Japan. More info: http://www.toonseum.org/   Obscure Game Night Wednesday 9p Hambone’s, Lawrenceville Not much on the website, but it looks as if it’s a night dedicated to weird and obscure board games. Sounds ridiculously fun. More info:  http://www.barsmart.com/bars/events.cfm?evnt=2A987CA4-A612-8638-C3FCEB69BDE5D8DD&id=990   MAKEnight Thursday more

Four Things To Do This Week

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Here’s your first weekly preview of 2013!   Check Out The New Franktuary M-W: 11a–midnight Th–Sat: 11a–2a Sun: 12p–midnight 3810 Butler St, Lawrenceville The much anticipated upscale hotdog shop is finally opening in Lawrenceville. I, for one, am thrilled because I’m never able to be downtown during the day to enjoy their original location. Franktuary: http://franktuary.com/lawrenceville/ Check out our other coverage here: more

A Sneak Peek at “Franktuary: The Second Coming”

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We’re happy to kick off the new year with a visit to a new Pittsburgh establishment.  Opening very soon – as in a few hours – is the newest outpost of Pittsburgh most local hot dog shop – Franktuary. 8 years ago Franktuary opened in the basement of a church downtown. This week – Franktuary opens their second location in Lawrenceville.  The owners have been referring to the opening of the Lawrenceville location as “The Second Coming” – you can see more

Capital Cuisine

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The Capital Grille invited us to try their new small plates meals – here is a run down of the visit.  What places downtown or elsewhere do you think offer a quick, tasty lunch?
One of the city’s tastiest (and more expensive) restaurants is making life easier for The Burgh’s lunch crowd. The Capital Grille, which is located on 5th Avenue downtown, just added new seasonal fare to its “small plates” menu. Launched in more

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