Pittsburgh Eats

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Cafe Notte is a family run restaurant in Emsworth, Pa serving award-winning Northern Italian cuisine. They are best known for their locally sourced menu, elegant atmosphere and warm hospitality. From casual happy hours to a fine dining experience, Cafe Notte has something for every crowd.


Pittsburgh is one of the nation's top food towns – and WQED has launched this direct-to-web series to showcase it. What sets the Pittsburgh culinary scene apart from other cities – and who are the people making it happen? We'll visit everything from mom & pop eateries to places on the cutting edge of culinary cool to show you what and where "Pittsburgh Eats."

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Past Episodes

Megan's Mainstreet Bake Shop is located on the main drag in the town Saxonburg, PA and is helping revive their food scene.  Her famous salted caramel bar and other delicious treats appeal to all ages and bring a smile to everyones face.

Tucked away in the charming Troy Hill neighborhood, Scratch Food & Beverage has been offering seasonal, high quality dishes that are unlike anything on other local menus.

Meghan and Jessica are two women with one dream: to live a life growing, creating and eating.

Together they created Batch in Saxonburg, PA where you can find gourmet, locally-sourced, fresh jarred food...along with breads, butters and more. 

At the Twisted Thistle, you'll enjoy farm-fresh American cuisine in a quaint, small-town atmosphere. Who knew there could be such big flavors in such a little town - Leechburg, PA?

Yearning to expose Pittsburgh to the sweeter side of France, co-owners Frederic and David opened Gaby et Jules Patisseries et Macarons. Now, patrons who make their way to the Squirrel Hill neighborhood can enjoy some of the finest pastries of Paris from the freshest bonbon and eclair to the ever popular macaron. 


For the past twenty-seven years, Pierogies Plus has kept Polish food in Pittsburgh. Owner and founder Helen Mannarino serves up a variety of tender pierogies and other East European favorites in the McKees Rocks area. For more episodes like this go to www.wqed.org/pittsburgheats.