Food N'at – Some delicious things happening in the Pittsburgh dining scene

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There are some delicious things happening in the Pittsburgh dining scene…

E2 is now open for dinner. The folks from Enrico Biscotti opened E2 last spring.  Located on Bryan Avenue in Highland Park – E2 was just serving brunch. They have now expanded to offer dinner on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings.  E2 is BYOB.

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Links Worth a Look – January 28th

Here are some links/articles/blog posts that are worth a look:

  • Pittsburgh Bloggers: What's New Out There – Great article from Pop City media about some new bloggers in the burgh – a look a few of Pittsburgh food bloggers who are eating and blogging about the best things to eat in town.
  • Diner Critique: Pamela’s Diner (Pittsburgh, Pa.) – Blog about Diners around the country visits Pamela's and links to our post about Obama's love of the Pamela's pancakes.
  • CASBAH Benefit Dinner Series – The Big Burrito group has a great line up of benefit dinners at Casbah for 2010. Each month they plan a special dinner and donate the proceeds from the event to a different local nonprofit. Check out the 2010 line up and make your reservation today.

Follow IheartPGH on Twitter – we share more links there almost daily!

You will go out for dinner on Sunday – 3rd Annual Big Bennefit

You don’t really want to cook dinner on Sunday, you should gather your family and friends and head to your favorite Big Burrito establishment on Sunday, October 12, 2008 for the Big Benefit.  100% of all food sales on Sunday will go to support the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.  I have long been a fan of Mad Mex which is still probably my most favorite place to dine in Pittsburgh.  I have had the wonderful opportunity to get to know some of the good folks, (check out chef Bill Fuller’s blog here) at Big Burrito and I am an even bigger fan.  The Big Burrito folks are true Pittsburgh lovers and they give generously to support Pittsburgh causes.

100% of all food sales from this night will go to local hunger relief organizations.

Our Pittsburgh restaurants will benefit the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank. The GPCFB collects and distributes food via a 350+ member network throughout southwestern Pennsylvania, ranging from soup kitchens and food pantries to emergency and disaster related agencies.

Here is a list of Big Burrito establishments as well as some reviews from other bloggers:

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