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Coffee round table
5830 Ellsworth Ave., Shadyside. roundtablecoffeeco.com

Admittedly, we were a little late with this game. Round Table Coffee opened in December, but they only appeared on our radar thanks to a record NEXTPitsburg. Located in the former Crazy Mocha location, the roundtable offers classic coffees like latte, cortado and other espresso drinks with homemade syrups.

Adda Coffee Shop and Tea
Several places. addacoffeehouse.com

The local Adda Coffee and Tea House chain is opening its fifth store on Valentine’s Day, directly opposite the Benedum Center at 725 Penn Ave. in downtown Pittsburgh. Like the location in Garfield, the location in the Cultural District will include retail choices, offering goods from sustainable sources. Now visitors to the city center can stop to have a cup of coffee and support a local artisan before or after the theater.

Egg with spots x Commonplace Coffee
501 Grant, downtown. speckledeggpgh.com

The two places combine to open a new diner at SouthSide Works. The premises will be located on 27th Street, and both businesses have agreed to a 10-year lease. This new concept will offer egg dishes and drinks with stains, as well as a coffee shop with commonplace espresso drinks and coffee.

Huffy Family Farm
147 Edgewood Circle, Industry. haffeyfamilyfarm.com
From February 20 to 26, CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) Week will promote a farm membership system that allows customers to receive fresh produce from local farms on a regular basis. Haffey Family Farm, a small, family-run and managed production farm located about 45 minutes from Pittsburgh, is participating in the celebration, encouraging people to sign up and become a CSA member.

click to enlarge Oliver Pinder, owner and chef at Wild Rise Bakery, in their kitchen in Homwood - CP PHOTO: JARED WICKERHAM

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Oliver Pinder, owner and chef at Wild Rise Bakery, at their kitchen in Homwood

Wild Rise Bakery
N. Homewood Avenue, 717, Hamwood. wildrisebakery.com

Whether you are going to go alone or with candy, you can and should treat yourself to some Valentine’s Day treats from Wild Rise Bakery. Try either hearts with figs with walnuts or oranges and dark chocolate Babka Hearts, persimmons or pears and cardamom Bakewell Hearts, cookies or glazed orange buns. If you feel delicious, take a box of cumin potatoes or cheese and green onions, or tomatoes, basil and confit with garlic.

Taqueria El Pastorcito
929 Fourth Avenue, New Kensington. facebook.com/taqueria-el-pastorcito
In the near future, this popular food truck will open a brick restaurant. Chef Jose Tequanhueue is known for his tacos, quesadillas and burritos, and now you can enjoy them in the space where the original hot dog factory once stood. There is no set date yet, but check the food truck’s Facebook page for more information as they arrive.

Cinderlands Beer Co.
3705 Butler St., Lawrenceville. cinderlands.com
Craft Brewery Lawrenceville Cinderlands Beer Co. was announced as one of Rivers Outdoor Company’s 3 community impact partners in 2022 along with Allegheny CleanWays. The partnership, which runs from 5pm to 8pm on Wednesday 9 February with the Camppire community and Happy Hour at the Regent Square 3 River Outdoor store, will work together to “create clean, beautiful and safe open spaces in Allegheny County,” Cinderlands Beer will be pouring into the fundraiser to raise funds for nonprofit partners.

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