#FoodGrams: The Best Dishes in Pittsburgh

By Rachel Jones | June 09, 2017
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Photographs by Catherine Palladino

In today’s society, it’s no longer enough to just spread the word about the most delicious thing you’ve recently eaten. You have to entice your friends and family with a visual component, a tasty snapshot of your culinary encounters. That’s why we’re launching a new section in Edible Allegheny Magazine called “#FoodGrams,” featuring the most Instagram-worthy delights in Pittsburgh. Scroll through our collection of the particularly popular and photogenic dishes that are getting local restaurants major play on social media!

Tag us in your next food ‘gram! @Edible.Allegheny

Gardenia Grog

The over-the-top garnishes for Hidden Harbor’s cocktails brought us here, but it’s the delicious, wildly inventive flavor combinations — like this one with “floral flavors, funky rums, and Caribbean spices” — that will keep us coming back for more. 

Hidden Harbor, 1708 Shady Ave., Squirrel Hill. 412.422.5040. hiddenharborpgh.com.

Macarons

Colorful, cloud-like coins of sweetness, the macarons at Gaby et Jules are definitely for sharing. We love the Earl Grey, Lemon, and Peach & Violet — the Macaron of the Month for May. 

Gaby et Jules, 5837 Forbes Ave., Squirrel Hill. 412.682.1966. 435 Market St., Downtown. 412.281.3818. gabyetjules.com

 

Mac ‘N Cheese Hotdog

Combining two of our favorite things, D’s Six Pax & Dogz takes comfort food to a whole new level by loading up its signature dog with a hearty helping of gooey mac ’n cheese. Yum! 

D’s Six Pax & Dogz, 1118 S. Braddock Ave., Regent Square. 412.241.4666. ds6pax.com.

 

Article from Edible Allegheny at http://edibleallegheny.ediblecommunities.com/eat/foodgrams-best-dishes-pittsburgh
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