As you know, eatPGH likes to attack mostly local joints, but this past week, Sarah went to a well-known chain, the Melting Pot. Before arriving, she had her opinions: Cooking her own food at a more expensive price than a regular restaurant where the food is cooked before serving really didn’t move her. However, her mind was quickly changed after this visit. Last Wednesday at the Melting Pot, there was a prix fixe menu of $20 which included cheese fondue appetizer and a entree of many selections of meats, including two pieces of each: Teriyaki-marinated sirloin, filet, chicken breast, shrimp… Read More →
Join I Made It! Market on Saturday, May 21st from 2 – 8 pm at 428 S. 27th Street in the SouthSide Works. Engage with more than 40 local handmade artists appearing in a one-day pop up marketplace AND enjoy a chili tasting contest where Pittsburgh’s best chefs and restaurants are competing for the best chili. This event features outdoor entertainment and an indoor space with kids activities so don’t miss this fantastic spring event! We’ll be near REI and across from the Cheesecake Factory – look for our sign and balloons out front. For more information, visit www.imadeitmarket.com.
Gearing up for Cinco de Mayo? Gran Agave should be on your list. For years now, my favorite restaurant ever has been Cozumel in Greensburg. Their chips are magnificent and the quesadillas bring joy filled tears to my eyes. When I got the news that Gran Agave moved in to the Waterfront, and that it was part of the Cozumel family, my heart swelled, as if being filled with delicious salsa! chicken burrito!!!!! My menu staples include the chicken burrito, the chicken “super quesadilla,” and vegetarian number 3 (which includes a bean burrito, a quesadilla and rice). Meals always come… Read More →