#FoodGrams: Comfort Food Season!
It’s officially comfort food season! Cozy up to these rich indulgences from across the city.
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Pork and Beans
Hailed for its high-quality, flavor-packed barbecue, Pork and Beans delivers with its signature Cuban sandwich. Smoky pulled pork, mustard, Swiss cheese, and pickles piled on toasty bread? We’re there.
Pork and Beans, 136 6th St., Downtown. 412.338.1876. porkandbeanspgh.com.
Spice up your lunch break with Kaya’s Tempura Avocado Bahn Mi Tacos. Topped with carrot, radish, cilantro, cucumber, jalapeño, and vegan mayo, the dish brings a delicious kick in every bite. Cool down afterwards with a glass of Kaya Juice, a pretty mix of mango, guava, cranberry, and pineapple.
Kaya, 2000 Smallman St., Strip District. 412.261.6565. kaya.menu.com.
Willy Wonka’s got nothing on the Fudge Farm. Churning out crave-worthy desserts and tasty shakes with over-the-top toppings, the sweet shop also incorporates local flavors into every menu item’s name. This one’s called The Flats!
Fudge Farm, 1503 E. Carson St., South Side. 412.315.7893. 142 W. Bridge St., Homestead. goodyhouse.com.