Ever since Planet Smoothie popped up on Walnut Street in Shadyside, I’ve been trying to stop by for a smoothie. I get distracted easily… Last night I happened to be close by and stopped in. Now I understand it is attached to a gym but it smells pretty bad in there. It mildly reminded me of being in a locker room after a soccer game. I’m sure it doesn’t always smell like that but they might want to do something about it when it does. The smoothie menu is extensive. You can try several varieties that fall into five categories: weight loss, protein, wellness, energy, and… Read More →
We had some really great entries but who can pass up a giant fish sandwich? Hey Starving Kitten, just email firstname.lastname@example.org to claim your tickets to the Farm to Table Conference!
Oh boy have we missed you… We’re still making some tweaks here and there but wanted to say hello and give you something for free… because who doesn’t like free things?!? The farm to table philosophy is a favorite of ours and many of our favorite restaurants around town. And if you don’t know there’s a conference in Pittsburgh for like-minded folks. The 6th annual Farm to Table Conference is happening March 23-24, 2012 at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. The kind folks at Revive Marketing Group gave us 2 tickets to giveaway for the Farm to Table Conference… Read More →
Do you feel neglected? We’re sorry! Really! We’re not breaking up. We’ve just been really busy working on a project that we’ll soon be sharing with you. Become a fan on Facebook and follow us on Twitter to keep up-to-date on our eating adventures and other Pittsburgh food news. Hopefully these will hold you over till then! Beef Tartar | Salt of the Earth Chili Cheese Dog & Duck Fat Fries | Station Street Shepard’s Pie | Monetery Pub Beto’s Pizza Chicken & Waffles | Carmi’s Candy Bar Dessert | Eleven
Honestly, this is the greatest place on Earth. Hands down. Mandy and I had an amazing time!!! Thanks to Amie and everyone at Giant Eagle for inviting us, seriously you guys rock! This place was so big, it was hard to take an overall shot. See more pics from Mandy and me on flickr here.