Longtime Pittsburgh chef Greg Alauzen has opened his own restaurant in Carnegie paying homage to his parents, Leon and Greta with his homemade Italian cuisine. His enthusiasm as chef/​owner is palpable. Firmly at the helm in the kitchen; he takes time to visit his guests. His menu is straightforward featuring Italian classics made…

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  • Issue Quarter Winter
  • Issue Year 2019
  • Sub Heading PQ panel picks two new restaurants worth a visit
While Pittsburgh winters often begin with sparkling lights, a gentle first snow and holiday splendor, they can quickly become slush and ice. The constant threat of the wintry mix, the steady stream of gray days, and scattered plastic chairs reserving parking on snowy streets can wear down the most pleasant among us. Confronting…

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  • Issue Quarter Winter
  • Issue Year 2019
  • Sub Heading Ten great places to come in from the cold
Pittsburgh Quarterly is happy to introduce a major new food and dining section, featuring Pittsburgh’s leading food experts – a group that for the past 25 years has chosen the region’s best restaurants. We’re honored that they’ve decided to join Pittsburgh Quarterly. And our readers are literally in for a treat as they bring their…

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  • Issue Quarter Winter
  • Issue Year 2019
  • Sub Heading The region’s top dining experts describe their ultimate dining experience
Even with the opening of Ace Hotel in 2015, there seems to be a lot of East Liberty restaurant spaces waiting for tenants. Head down Penn Avenue and there are a parade of empty storefronts, including the former Livermore space at South Highland and the old Anthon’s Restaurant & Bakery (now the home…

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  • Issue Quarter Spring
  • Issue Year 2018
  • Sub Heading There may not be enough diners to keep so many restaurants afloat
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