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May 14, 2018

Pittsburgh’s dining scene, as we all know, has grown tremendously in recent years. While we locals get to enjoy the ongoing churn and excitement of so many new places to eat and drink, our national profile, too, has seismically expanded, with fawning national and international media coverage. Just a tapas-sized sampling: Eater (“Is Pittsburgh the Country’s Next Destination Food Town?”), The New York Times (“Pittsburgh’s Youth-Driven Food Boom”) and Zagat (“Why Pittsburgh is America’s Next Hot Food City.”)

Clearly, we’re leaving a lot of out-of-towners hungry for what we have to offer here.

But away from the endorphin-releasing headlines, and operating somewhat under the radar, is another equally important story that deserves to be told about a group of more than 100 restaurants that is passionately committed to pleasing both the palate and the planet.

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