Graze is a month-long celebration of the food and people that make up Pittsburgh’s sustainable restaurant community.

Win a one-of-a-kind dinner for you and a friend at Churchview Farm on Monday, August 5, 2019. To be entered to win, tag your #GrazePGH moment every time you dine at a designated Sustainable Pittsburgh Restaurant in July for a chance to feast on eight delicious courses prepared by Pittsburgh celebrity chefs.

How to Play

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DINE at any of over 150 restaurants you can find at

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POST a photo to Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter and include #GrazePGH, tag @SPRpgh, and mention or tag the restaurant to qualify.

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WIN a truly unique farm-to-table dinner experience for you and a guest while meeting dozens of other Pittsburghers who eat sustainably.

Every qualifying post is an entry to win.

Other Ways to Enter:

Example of instagram entry showing the use of #grazepgh, @sprpgh, and tagging the restaurant

See the complete the Contest Rules here for entry qualifications and prize information.



Sunday Funday @franktuary! We just had their breakfast poutine and it was amazing! #grazepgh @sprpgh


We’re celebrating summer under Bae Bae’s Kitchen’s greenhouse! Did you know it also collects rainwater that’s used to water their plants on site? So cool! #GrazePGH Sustainable Pittsburgh Restaurants


#DYK @muddywaterspgh is a Gold designated @SPRpgh? We learned that they recycle their used oyster shells through the Oyster Recovery Partnership that helps restore the Chesapeake Bay. #GrazePGH

We just made our first food rescue @412foodrescue! Download the #FoodRescueHero app today to make a better world for our neighbors who are experiencing food insecurity while helping to reduce food waste. #GrazePGH @SPRpgh

Prize Details


Churchview Farm is a third generation sustainable family farmette in Pittsburgh, PA. In addition to yielding bountiful annual fruit and berry harvests and more than 250 varieties of heirloom produce, Churchview is home to pasture-raised laying hens, ducks, guinea hens, dairy goats, and an apiary offering seasonal raw honey. Churchview focuses on education and community outreach programs with many educational and culinary events throughout the season.

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Neil Blazin

Chef Neil Blazin

Driftwood Oven

Bill Fuller

Chef Bill Fuller

big Burrito Restaurant Group

Jessica Lewis

Chef Jessica Lewis

Spirits & Tales

Elsa Santos

Chef Elsa Santos

Azorean Café

Churchview Farm photography credit: Noelle Natalie
Example post photography credit: Franktuary; Bae Bae’s Kitchen; Muddy Waters Oyster Bar; 412 Food Rescue


Sustainable Pittsburgh Restaurants is a program of Sustainable Pittsburgh. Established in 1998, the organization’s mission is to affect and inform decision-making in the Pittsburgh region to integrate economic prosperity, social equity, and environmental quality as the enduring accountability, bringing sustainable solutions for communities and businesses.

A Program of Sustainable Pittsburgh