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  1. Hi Christoper,

    On behalf of Chevrolet, I invite you and your taste buds to experience the 2011 Pittsburgh Chevy Shake & Sliders Crawl on Wednesday, June 8 beginning at 11:30 a.m.

    Lunch and transportation will be FREE, as the latest lineup of Chevy vehicles (including the Volt and Camaro) complete with professional drivers whisk you and fellow food bloggers between the most popular and unique burger and shake stops in downtown Pittsburgh.

    We ask all attendees to meet at the Borders’ parking lot located at EastSide Shopping Center by 11:30 a.m. where we’ll load up and head to Pittsburgh’s first gourmet burger bar, BRGR, for handcrafted burgers including the infamous Button Buster and delicious shakes. From BRGR we’ll swing by Sharpe Edge Bistro on Penn, the newest edition to the Sharp Edge family, for a unique burger sampling, featuring lamb, duck and ostrich! Last but certainly not least, we’ll conclude our crawl at one of the last great ice cream parlors, The Milk Shake Factory in the heart of Pittsburgh’s beautiful Victorian district, to indulge in some of the 55 flavors it serves.

    We will write about the trip on our website – – and on Twitter at @GMNortheast and we hope you would do the same!

    Please RSVP by Friday, May 27 to reserve your spot on the Pittsburgh Chevy Shake & Sliders Crawl.

    If you have any questions please just let us know.
    We hope to see you there!

    On behalf of General Motors Northeast Communications

  2. Hi Chris,

    I like your website, and the fact that you also see good of the food scene in Pittsburgh. I also have a blog similar to yours, but it’s mainly videos of restaurants I reviewed and some cooking. Check it out and let me know what you think. If you do like it, maybe you can put my website on yours.


    1. Hi Randy,

      Thank You for contacting me, I have taken a look at your site and really enjoyed the video blogs! That is an area I haven’t gotten into yet but am really interested in doing so in the future. I didn’t notice any, but if you do have any video blogs of any restaurants I have blogged about I would be happy to put your video on there.


  3. Dear Chris
    Thank you for reviewing our Restaurant Nardi’s. I do want to let you know that the upcharge for a specialty salad with a meal should be $4. I appologize that you were charged $7. we will refund you the $3 on your next visit. Again, a great site and we hope to see you again in the near future.

    Brent Bowen
    Executive Chef

  4. Hi,

    I’ve been reading your blog and really enjoy your restaurant reviews. I’m from Detroit and am coming to town this weekend for the Tigers/Pirates game. We’ll be staying at the Wyndham downtown and were hoping you could suggest some good options in the area. We’re looking for a good prime rib and a bar for Saturday, breakfast and lunch for Sunday. We’ve done Primanti’s in the past, so we’d be open to alternatives, but will be in the Strip around lunch. Any suggestions would be appreciated, we’d prefer places in the downtown area, but would defer to your judgement if something is a can’t miss.

    Thanks for your time and keep up the great blog.

    1. Hi Josh,

      Thanks for stopping by! In the strip for lunch I will definitely recommend Smallman Street Deli, they are pretty amazing. The strip also has 2 great breakfast spots Deluca’s and Pamela’s Diner.

      Places in downtown to recommend are mostly in the area called “Market Square”. I would recommend Las Velas (mexican and a decent bar with great margaritas), NOLA (New Orleans cooking and another decent bar), and Winghart’s Burger & Whiskey Bar (great burgers and another decent bar with a big Whiskey selection). Here is a list of some of the places in that area-

      As for Prime Rib, I honestly don’t know of any great places in Pittsburgh that are a must try. Some good steak restaurants to check out in Downtown that I can recommend are:

      Capital Grille-

      Ruth’s Chris –

      McCormick & Schmicks (Steak & Seafood) –

      Mortons –

      There are also a lot of great food choices and bars inside and around PNC Park. The Jerome Bettis Grille is in between PNC Park and Heinz Field and I think is decent if you want to go for lunch/dinner or just a drink before or after the game. I hope this list helps you out on your trip, enjoy the game and food! You are lucky enough to come into town and see the Pirates when they don’t completely suck so I hope it makes for a great series. Let me know where you end up going and what you think.


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