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The Original Oyster House is a real, living piece of Pittsburgh history. It is Pittsburgh's oldest restaurant, designated by the Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation, and it can be found nestled in Market Square in the heart of downtown. When it first opened its doors in 1870 it sold oysters for a penny and beer for 10 cents. Today the menu has not changed much, though of course the prices have been updated. Beer still flows freely. Fish sandwiches - so big they require a special bun - and fried oysters remain a beloved classic, and feature the same coating... Continue reading
Posted Feb 9, 2010 at Pittsburgh Dish
But really, what else is there to say? THE SANDWICHES HERE HAVE FRENCH FRIES ON THEM. This is news that should be shouted from the rooftops. And in a smaller voice it should be shouted: AND COLESLAW! via Continue reading
Posted Jan 12, 2010 at Pittsburgh Dish
Locally grown food celebrated on the North Side A starting tomorrow, a sweet little park in the Mexican War Streets is getting sweeter. Starting at 4 p.m., The Twilight Market will debut on the sidewalk surrounding Mechanics Retreat Park (pictured) on the corner of Buena Vista and Jacksonia Streets. There, the fruits of the Allegheny Market House Cooperative will be offered amid a joyous atmosphere. TTM will continue every Saturday throughout the summer. The outdoor market will be lit up into the night by small enclosed fires and there will be local musicians strumming in the background. Each week there... Continue reading
Posted Dec 25, 2009 at Pittsburgh Dish
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Posted Dec 21, 2009 at Pittsburgh Dish
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