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🍩 Valkyrie Doughnuts, the popular pop-up serving vegan friendly treats across 'tahn, will soon by frying in a brick-and-mortar located at 601 Lincoln Ave. in Bellevue.
🍲 Sullivan’s Steakhouse is about to be sizzling at its new location in the U.S. Steel Tower on Grant. St. Downtown’s newest steakhouse will open on Oct. 7, serving perfectly cooked meats, french onion soup, blue cheese salads, old-fashioned cocktails, and more, TribLIVE reports.
☕ Cafetano is so close to serving its signature Honduran Coffee with an Italian flair to the Strip District. The coffee purveyor is setting up shop in the former Gaucho Parilla Argentina space on Penn Ave and will specialize in the full coffee experience but will also sell smoothies, breakfast, and lunch, and dessert. Don’t miss its grand opening on Oct. 16 with free coffee for the first 100 customers, gift card giveaways, Steelers ticket raffles, and free signature bites.
🍩 You may have seen Oliver’s Donuts popping up around ‘tahn, but pretty soon they’ll be slinging tasty cake donuts at a permanent spot in the Lawrenceville Market House.
🍸 G’s on Liberty is counting down the days until its opening on Liberty Avenue in Bloomfield with “a full service restaurant, focusing on real, innovative, creative food, and cocktails,” NEXTPittsburgh reports.
🍳 Wild Child, popular pop-up from acclaimed chef Jamilka Borges, will very soon be serving coastal cuisine, including fresh, seafood dishes to Etna.
🍔 Full moon, full belly. The famed pop-up Moonlit Burgers is opening a brick-and-mortar on Potomac Avenue in Dormont this fall, and will serve its famous juicy smash burgers with delectable crispy edges, NEXTPittsburgh reports.
🍺 Brothers from the City of Brotherly Love are planning to open Lolev Brewing Co. in Lawrenceville with specialty brews, rooftop seating, and a rotating lineup of food trucks, NEXTPittsburgh reports.
🎶 Brillobox is back in business in Bloomfield. After announcing its closure during the pandemic, the beloved 15-year-old bar and music venue recently announced that it plans to reopen in the fall, according to Pittsburgh City Paper.
🧀 Bitter End Rye & Charcuterie Bar is Rear End’s sister restaurant and the former location of Nooch’s Bar. The eatery will offer “whiskey & meat” in a modern speakeasy setting with specialty cocktails and charcuterie boards.
🌮 Las Chicas, a fav Pittsburgh food truck, is set to open a location in Millvale, bringing its tacos, burritos, quesadillas, and more to a brick-and-mortar.
🍾 In addition to opening Mount Oliver Bodega, Chef Kevin Sousa (formerly of Superior Motors) is also set to open the Arlington Beverage Club, a new concept coming to an old social club in Allentown, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette details.
🎳 Shorty’s Pins x Pints, is a new entertainment concept with duckpin bowling, bocce, pinball, cornhole, firepits, and street food is coming to the North Shore late 2021, per NEXTPittsburgh.
➡️ This is just a sneak peek. For more news on restaurants coming soon to Pittsburgh, here’s our full list.
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