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Drink Up: Marty's Market to Serve Beer and Wine On Tap

By Liz Petoniak / Photography By Michael Fornataro | April 01, 2015
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Regina Koetters

Something’s brewing in the Strip District! Very soon, Marty’s Market will be BYOB no more.

The café and market is currently gearing up to serve its patrons beer and wine on tap, along with craft cocktails and a selection of more than 100 bottled brews for build-your-own six-packs. Owner Regina Koetters estimates that pending the liquor license approval, the shelves and separate check-out counter will be constructed in time for Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week, which begins APRIL 17. She says, “We really want Marty’s Market to be the champion of the local craft brew scene and to represent our amazing brewers.”

Marty’s has partnered with breweries making their mark on the craft scene in Pittsburgh, and is hoping to provide a channel for other local craft brewers to kickstart their bottling operations.

Looking forward, Koetters also imagines the addition of alcohol to Marty’s offerings to make the café the site of happy hour and beer tasting events. We’ll cheers to that!

Marty’s Market, 2301 Smallman St., Strip District. 412.586.7177.

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