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Trace Brewing

4312 Main St., Bloomfield. tracebloomfield.com
Tickets are now live for the April edition Plates with a trace, a four-course dinner and a dessert with beer. The chef of the evening will be Jackie Page from the Love Rocks cafe. This event will take place on Tuesday, April 19 at 6:30 pm at the Coolship Room in Trace.

Farmer x Baker

285 River Ave., Aspinwall. farmerxbaker.com

The Farmer x Baker’s Riverfront recommendation is open from April 8th. Hours are 9am to 2pm so you can go down and eat with great views just in time for the weather to warm up.

Adda Coffee Shop and Tea

200 S. Highland Ave., Shadyside. addacoffeehouse.com

Adda has updated its tea menu with several new, enticing sweets. Try black sesame tea, salty matcha, pink tea with Bao Zhong milk, pink milk, ginger tea with tangerines, cardamom latte and salted caramel latte with jalsa. You can also add Bob for an extra dollar.

Vintage 416 x Sprezzatura

112 East Sherman St., Millvale. sprezzaturapgh.com

On Friday, April 22, the two Millvale businesses will team up for a fashion show on Earth Day and dinner. The evening will be held in the Sprezzatura, and dinner will include snacks, a salad with microgreens, herb-roasted pork shoulder and potatoes, mini onion cakes and raspberry cakes. Tickets are now available for $ 40 and can be purchased online at Sprezzatura.

PAAR x Millie’s


From April 10 to 16, if you get a scoop of ice cream at one of Mill’s branches at the University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University or Duken University, part of the sales will go to the local nonprofit Pittsburgh Against Rape. .

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Pittsburgh Wine and Spirits Festival

777 Casino Drive, North Side. pittsburghmagazine.com

This Pittsburgh MagazineThe sponsored event brings together cocktail connoisseurs and wine enthusiasts for a night where you can try more than 200 selected products, and dinner is provided by a buffet at Rivers Casino. Tickets are already available and can be purchased by visiting Pittsburgh Magazineon Instagram account.

Pete Pretty

2701 Penn Ave., Strip District. instagram.com/preetis_pitt_llc

The Strip District Restaurant is closed this week (April 11-18). They will open on Tuesday, April 19th.

Hidden harbor

1708 Shady Avenue, Squirrel Mountain. hiddenharborpgh.com

In honor of the 475th bottle that was added to the Wall of Rum, Hidden Harbor on Wednesday, April 13 from 5pm to 7pm, will fill each bottle with a 47.5% discount. There will be a 25% discount for the rest of the night. In addition, the bar returns its rum passport, dubbed the “entry-level document” at the bar’s “Dead Parrots Society” rum club.

Pittsburgh Poppy and Cheese Festival

2101 Smolman, Stryp county. stripdistrictterminal.com

If you’re a Mac and Cheese fan, you won’t want to miss this event. On Saturday, April 23, the Mac and Cheese Festival arrives in Pittsburgh at the Strip District Terminal. Food trucks and vendors will be present. Tickets can be found here.

Pittsburgh Hard Seltzer and Donuts Crawl

Several places. pittsburghseltzeranddonuts.com

This outside break will take place on Saturday, April 23rd. Participant bars: Mario’s, Casey’s Drafthouse, Odd Balls, Fin McCools, The Flats on Carson, Foxtail and others. The donut portion of the evening will be provided by Duck Donuts. Visit the website for more information.

click to enlarge Patrons dine outside Condado Tacos in Lawrenceville in June 2020.  - CP PHOTOS: JARED WICKERHAM

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In June 2020, visitors dine outside the Condado Tacos in Lawrenceville.

Condado Tacos

4300 Butler St., Lawrenceville. condadotacos.com

Condado returns some favorite fans: Taco Baja Shrimp, Mexican Street Corn and Frozen Tequila Sunrise. Tako Baja Shrimp Taco combines shrimp with rice, hiccup, basil sauce with mango and pico, wrapped in flour tortillas.

Conference of the International Culinary Association

530 William Penn Place, city center. omnihotels.com

This conference of culinary professionals holds its annual meeting in Pittsburgh from April 22 to 24 with presenters Beth Kraklauer and Hal B. Klein. Participants will have access to the opening reception on Friday and the Cookbook Signing Expo on Saturday. The Omni William Penn Hotel and the Omni William Penn Hotel will even open a bookstore with the official White Whale Bookstore conference. To learn more, visit the event website at iacpculinary.com.

Louis Bar

330 N. Shore Drive, Building 1B, North Side. barlouie.com

Bar Louie will be involved in the Cocktails for a Cause fundraiser. If you order Wild Berry Margarita before July 5, Bar Louie will donate $ 1 to the Children of Restaurant Employees (CORE), a nonprofit that helps catering families bridge the financial gap during the qualifying crisis.

Pizzeria Alta Via

6425 Penn Ave., Beach Area. altaviapizzeria.com

The Alta Via pizzeria in Bakery Square is now open Tuesday to Saturday from 16:00 to 21:00. The pizza partner restaurant, focused on Alta Via’s Fox Chapel pizzeria, offers round and square pies, salads, pasta, sandwiches and snacks, as well as a selection of vegetable dishes.

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Wigle 5 Year Tax Reserve American Whiskey

Wigle Whiskey

2401 Smallman, Strip district. wiglewhiskey.com

Wigle produces a 5-year reserve of American whiskey with tax breaks, a special blend of American Wigle whiskey from wheat and malt barley grown in the region, crushed, fermented and double-distilled and then aged for 5 years in new American oak barrels. Whiskey is already available for pre-order.

Kara and Brunch

Lightle St. and Eliza St., Hazelwood. hazelwoodgreen.com

On Saturday, April 30, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., this family event at Hazelwood Green Plaza will feature entertainment for local puppies and their people. You can shop for sweets and gear at a vendor market in the central courtyard, groom a dog with Keeta Mobile Grooming Spa, support local rescue organizations and more while DJ Femi spins tunes on the lawn. While your puppy enjoys sweets, you can treat yourself to food from The Coop PGH, Brisketburgh and Franktuary, as well as drinks from Bloom Brew, Arsenal Cider House and TLC Libations.

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