Nature’s Table: Edible Allegheny's Local Directory
Find Pittsburgh region's best local offerings here in our directory.
CHURCH BREW WORKS
Try a “Pious Monk Dunkel” and other brews at the award-winning, historic landmark. 3525 Liberty Ave., Lawrenceville. 412.688.8200.
EAST END BREWING COMPANY
Tours and tastings are now offered at this Pittsburgh microbrewery, as well as a wide variety of year-round and seasonal beers. 147 Julius St. East End. 412.537.2337.
ERIE BREWING COMPANY
Erie’s only independently owned microbrewery whose quality, handcrafted beers can be found across the East Coast. 1213 Veshecco Drive, Erie. 814.459.7741.
All of the beer, food, and fun of the famous Munich Bier Hall, located in the SouthSide Works. Enjoy the traditions of Germany that made the Hofbrauhaus famous. 2705 S. Water St., South Side. 412.224.2328.
Visit Pittsburgh’s oldest and largest brewery, housed in the mid 19th century landmark E&O Brewery Building in the North Side’s Deutschtown neighborhood. 800 Vinial St., North Side. 412.237.9400.
STAY TUNED DISTILLERY
A craft distillery dedicated to smallbatch gins and fine whiskey, Stay Tuned’s products are made and labeled by the batch. 810 Ravine St., Munhall. 412.461.4555.
DELALLO AUTHENTIC ITALIAN MARKETPLACE
This market has been serving domestic and imported cheeses, olives, and antipasto, as well as seasonal prepared foods made fresh daily since 1954. 6390 Route 30 East, Jeannette. 724.523.6577.
EAST END FOOD CO-OP
The only consumer-owned natural food store in Pittsburgh offers certified organic produce, herbs, bulk foods, hard to find items for special dietary needs, and more. 7516 Meade St., East Liberty. 412.242.3598.
GIANT EAGLE MARKET DISTRICT
Shop fresh produce, a variety of meat and seafood, domestic and imported cheese, and your favorite staples from Giant Eagle Market District’s multiple locations.
GLUTEN FREE ZONE
Now you have choices! Shelves are stocked with a variety of gluten-free products and baked goods, along with a dedicated deli, Grab ‘N Go items, and freshly baked pizza. Rosa Court Shops, 4430 William Penn Hwy., Murrysville. 724.327.5000.
J.L. KENNEDY MEAT STAND
Following the tradition of five generations, John and Val Kennedy and their children provide a variety of locally raised meat and poultry at the Farmers’ Market Co-op of East Liberty. The stand is committed to serving steroid- and antibiotic-free meats that are federally certified with the USDA. 344 N. Sheridan Ave., East Liberty. 412.661.4414.
LIGONIER COUNTRY MARKET
Located at Loyalhanna Watershed Farm, the market is open from mid-May to October and hosts more than 130 vendors each week. Shop for a wide variety of fresh produce, flowers, meats, breads and pastries, as well as handmade crafts, jewelry, pottery, candles, soaps, and much more. 110 Andi Lane, Ligonier. 724.858.7894.
This community-minded specialty food market and café celebrates Pittsburgh’s rich cultural and agricultural diversity through food. 2301 Smallman St., Strip District. 412.586.7177.
NATURE’S WAY MARKET
Restock at this natural grocery store, featuring certified organic food, gluten-free products, and more healthy choices. 796 Highland Ave., Greensburg. 724.836.3524.
PENN’S CORNER FARM ALLIANCE
With this group, local farmers deliver fruits, vegetables, and other farm-raised products right to you. 6400 Hamilton Ave., Homewood. 412.363.1971.
Peruse a large selection of annuals, perennials, trees, water plants, as well as a farmers market. 409 Route 228, Valencia. 724.625.1211.
SUNNY BRIDGE NATURAL FOODS & CAFE
This grocery store offers a wide variety of natural and organic foods, and boasts the largest low-carb and gluten-free sections in the area. 130 Gallery Drive, McMurray. 724.942.5800.
SCHRAMM FARM AND ORCHARD
Pick up fresh fruits and vegetables, a bottle of Arrowhead Wine, or plants for your own garden at this familyowned farm and market. 1002 Blank Road, Jeannette. 724.744.7320.
SCHWARTZ LIVING MARKET
The Schwartz Living Market is an evolving collaborative process, creating “An Urban Oasis for Healthful Living.” Its goals are to move the building, neighborhood, and city into a resilient and regenerative future that supports environmental harmony, social equity, and personal and community empowerment and prosperity. 1317 E. Carson St., South Side. 412.491.0303.
Growing fresh produce for generations, this family-run farm sells everything you need for cooking dinner, decorating the house, or finding a great gift. 2573 Brandt School Road, Wexford. 724.935.1743.
Explore the antique loft, the wine shop, and items from the specialty market for a delicious dinner or lunch on the go. Be sure to add the farm’s family-friendly events to your calendar. 528 Trax Road, Finleyville. 412.835.3246.
WHOLE FOODS MARKET
Enjoy the highest quality natural and organic products. 5880 Centre Ave., East Liberty. 412.441.7960. 10576 Perry Hwy., Wexford. 724.940.6100.
This contemporary steak and fresh seafood restaurant offers an exclusive wine list and delicious dishes. 777 Casino Drive, North Shore. 412.231.7777.
Serving delicious Mexican-Caribbean fusion dishes, Casa Rasta focuses on keeping its menu fresh and flavorful. 2056 Broadway Ave., Beechview. 412.344.4700. 130 S. Highland Ave., East Liberty. 412.362.7969.
At this family-run restaurant, Turkish, Mediterranean, and Middle Eastern cuisine, including homemade paninis, gyros, shish kabob, and hummus, is served with a smile. 5811 Ellsworth Ave., Shadyside. 412.441.1130.
THE GREEK GOURMET
Sample traditional Greek dishes at this restaurant, including hummus, spanakopita, tabouli, and gyros. 2130 Murray Ave., Squirrel Hill. 412.422.2998.
GRIT & GRACE
Take your tastebuds on a whimsical ride through the unique flavors and beautiful presentations at this Downtown restaurant. 535 Liberty Ave., Downtown. 412.281.4748.
From the owners of Bar Marco, this cocktail-café spot offers a variety of traditional cocktails, beer, wine, non-alcoholic beverages, and light fare. 124 S. Highland Ave., East Liberty. 412.361.0600.
MCCORMICK & SCHMICK’S SEAFOOD RESTAURANT
The nation’s premier family of seafood restaurants is designed to create an inviting, original, and relaxed atmosphere, where guests can enjoy the highest quality dining experience. 2667 Sidney St., SouthSide Works. 412.432.3260. 301 Fifth Ave., Downtown. 412.201.6992.
A casual Italian eating establishment, similar to a tavern, yet less formal than a ristorante or trattoria, this space offers seasonal dishes featuring local ingredients. 2350 Railroad St., Strip District. 412.281.6595.
The locally owned StonePepper’s Grill is a fun, casual, full-service restaurant and bar specializing in brick-oven pizzas, burgers, salads, and pastas. 1614 Washington Road, Upper St. Clair. 412.854.4264.
Enjoy fresh, upscale casual dining fit for the entire family at four different locations. Order from the diverse, chefdriven menu. 12599 Perry Hwy., Wexford. 724.933.8410. 911 Freeport Road, Fox Chapel. 412.782.4768. 660 Washington Road, Mt. Lebanon. 412.668.0951. 1595 Washington Pike, Bridgeville. 412.564.5746.
Yinzburgh BBQ prepares its barbecue Southern style, seasoning with a special spice mix and smoking it low and slow over hardwood until it’s juicy and tender. From there, customers can choose from five homemade sauces, adding as much or as little as they like. Catering services are also available. 4903 Baum Blvd., Shadyside. 412.621.YINZ.
This private, selective, fully accredited, and nonsectarian institution offers baccalaureate degrees to men and women, and co-ed graduate programs. 1 Woodland Road, Shadyside. 412.365.1100.
CHOP, WOK, AND TALK!
This Asian and specialty cooking school welcomes cooks of all skill levels. 5404 Penn Ave., Bloomfield. 412.362.0679.
ROBERT MORRIS UNIVERSITY
Located approximately 20 minutes from Downtown Pittsburgh, this 5,000-student university offers 60 undergraduate degree programs and 20 graduate degree programs. 6001 University Blvd., Moon Township. 800.762.0097.
ANDY JOHANSON PHOTOGRAPHY
This photography business offers both classical and imaginative photo services. From portraits and headshots, to virtual tours powered by Google Business 360, Andy Johanson Photography can provide it all. 4310 Butler St, Downtown. 412.600.4512.
Arnold’s Tea aims to elevate their customers’ tea experience with a selection of natural and organic products prepared by a staff of highly knowledgeable baristas. 502 E. Ohio St., North Side. 412.322.2494.
BELLA DOLCI COOKIES
Offering made-to-order, homemade cookies, pastries, and other sweet treats that can be personalized for any occasion, owner Ann Vickers uses old-world Italian recipes combined with modern twists to create indulgent, special occasion creations. 412.576.2618.
BIG HORN RANCH
This ranch builds its customer relationships with a foundation of trust — trust that every product sold will be grown the way an animal should be, according to nature’s design. The naturally and humanely raised livestock is grass-fed, and every highquality meat is good for the environment, the animal, and you! Big Horn Ranch offers home delivery for CSA shares. 1670 Page Hollow Road, Pittsfield. 814.563.7348.
BURGH BITS AND BITES
Enjoy a food-tasting adventure and historic walking tour of Pittsburgh neighborhoods that offers delicious ethnic specialties. Come hungry! Strip District Market, Brookline, Bloomfield, Dormont, and Lawrenceville. 888.718.4253.
COFFEE TREE ROASTERS
Owner Bill Swoop Jr. visits coffee farms annually to ensure his coffee beans are full-bodied and top quality. The coffee is then roasted locally and sold to his customers fresh within eight days. Swoop is dedicated to Fair Trade practices and boasts a variety of coffee options in his six neighborhood shops. Squirrel Hill, Fox Chapel, Mt. Lebanon, Shadyside, Bakery Square, and Pleasant Hills.
DJ’S BUTCHER BLOCK
DJ’s Butcher Block’s goal is to provide the highest quality local and natural meats at reasonable prices, as well as local breads, eggs, cheeses, and pastas. 4623 Liberty Ave., Bloomfield. 412.621.3100.
Fresh fruit bouquets, made with premium fruit arranged in a variety of stunning displays, make every occasion special. 6401 Penn Ave., East Liberty.
ESPRESSO A MANO
Drink in an espresso bar that provides highquality espresso and coffee beverages in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. 3623 Butler St., Lawrenceville. 412.918.1864.
FARM TO TABLE PITTSBURGH
Farm to Table Pittsburgh provides Local Food Programs for schools, employers, senior residencies, and community groups as it strives to bridge the gap between consumers and local food producers. Its Wellness Program and local food tastings aim to provide locally grown foods that benefit both physical and economic health. 412.563.8800.
Founded in 2005, Fede Pasta has been proudly producing fresh pasta for restaurants throughout the country. 1061 Main St., Irwin. 724.515.5983.
FORTUNES GOURMET COFFEE
For over 60 years, Fortunes Gourmet Coffee has been providing its loyal wholesale customers with a consistently smooth and delicious selection of gourmet coffees. Subscribe to its coffee subscriptions and have your favorite blend delivered at your doorstep. 412.771.7767.
FRESH FROM THE FARM JUICES
This juicery sources local, certified naturally grown, and organic produce to create raw, cold-pressed, one-of-a-kind juices. 11883 Perry Hwy., Suite D, Wexford. 724.640.3396.
Giovanni’s Chocolates was founded on the simplicity of owner Fethi Turan’s love for chocolate. All chocolate and truffles are made by hand in small batches, right in the store. 3049 W. Liberty Ave., Dormont. 412.344.6622.
Specializing in organic, sustainable, and fair trade sources, these hand-bagged and custom-blended batches are available to provide customers with the perfect cup of tea. 4127 Butler St., Lawrenceville. 412.877.4223.
HEALTHY PET PRODUCTS
Keep your pet healthy and happy with a variety of all natural and organic foods, treats, and accessories. 9805 McKnight Road, McCandless. 412.366.0700. 1742 Washington Road, Upper St. Clair. 412.831.3700.
Hillmon Appliance offers a wide variety of appliances, including laundry, cooking, refrigeration, cleanup, outdoor, and small appliances and accessories. It’s also the region’s leading servicer.
Lisa Silberg is a talented personal chef offering specialized food services in the Greater Pittsburgh area. Intellectual Nutrition is a consultation and catering business offering nutritionally balanced meals and cooking classes for groups and individual clients. 412.841.4185.
LOOM EXQUISITE TEXTILES
LOOM Exquisite Textiles provides fabulous fabrics and accoutrements for all of your decorating, upholstery, and sewing needs. 2124 Penn Ave., Strip District. 412.586.4346.
This news radio station is committed to serving its audience with factual, timely news and information, run with a focus on its audience for story suggestions, news tips, and programming critiques. 650 Smithfield St., Downtown. 412.562.5960.
THE MATTRESS FACTORY
A museum of contemporary art that presents exhibits you can get into —room-sized environments, created by inresidence artists. Located in the historic Mexican War Streets of Pittsburgh’s North Side since 1977, The Mattress Factory is one of few museums of its kind anywhere. 500 Sampsonia Way, North Side. 412.231.3169.
The Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild’s mission is to promote, present, and preserve jazz music. Since 1987, MCG has helped improve Pittsburgh’s jazz culture through performances and educational programs. 1815 Metropolitan St., North Side. 412.322.0800.
Celebrating all things Italian since 1983. 4723 Liberty Ave., Bloomfield. 412.682.3370.
OLIVE AND MARLOWE
This locally owned purveyor of artisanal olive oils and balsamic vinegars sources its products from small groves and presses in California. All oils carry the California Olive Oil Council seal, and the store’s selection includes several monovarietal oils, as well as dozens of flavored oils and vinegars. 5975 Broad St., East Liberty. 412.362.1942.
THE OLIVE MERCHANT
Honoring the integrity of extra-virgin olive oil, this specialty store features 40 flavors of award-winning infused olive oils, aged balsamic vinegars, and gourmet sea salts for every palate. 4430 William Penn Hwy., Rosa Court, Murrysville. 724.519.8576.
THE OLIVE TAP
Located at Pittsburgh Public Market, patrons can sample oils and vinegars from large stainless steel urns called Fustis. Side by side, they’ll be able to detect the subtle — and sometimes not so subtle — differences in the various extra-virgin olive oils, flavored olive oils, vinegars, and balsamic vinegar products. 2401 Penn Ave., Strip District. 412.586.4407.
PITTSBURGH PARKS CONSERVANCY
Founded in December 1996 by a group of citizens concerned with the deteriorating conditions of Pittsburgh’s parks. The Parks Conservancy has since raised more than $60 million toward park improvements and recently expanded into other city parks as time and resources permit. 412.682.7275.
PITTSBURGH URBAN GARDENING PROJECT
Whether you have acres of farmland or a single pot of soil, this project aims to teach Pittsburghers to sustainably garden and grow their own food in their own backyards.
PHIPPS CONSERVATORY AND BOTANICAL GARDENS
Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens is one of the region’s most vibrant, thriving cultural attractions. It brings fresh perspectives and artists into its historic glasshouse environment; and advocates for greenbuilding practices, sustainable gardening, and environmental awareness. One Schenley Park, Oakland. 412.622.6914.
Smile brighter with this mercury-free, fluoride-free biological dental practice. 5830 Ellsworth Ave., Shadyside. 412.631.8947.
Experienced caterer and cooking aficionado Rania Harris creates extraordinary experiences for her clients, offering everything from prepared foods and cooking classes at her Mt. Lebanon store, to special event and wedding planning services. 100 Central Square, Mt. Lebanon. 412.531.2222.
One of Downtown’s top specialty coffee shops, Simpatico proudly serves the finest locally micro-roasted coffee in addition to a broad selection of protein shakes and 100 percent fruit smoothies. 425 Sixth Avenue, Downtown. 412.287.7598.
SLOW FOOD PITTSBURGH
This nonprofit, eco-gastronomic member-supported organization was founded in 1989 to counteract fast food and fast life; the disappearance of local food traditions, and people’s dwindling interest in the food they eat, where it comes from, how it tastes, and how our food choices affect the rest of the world.
SPINOLA’S BAKE SHOP
This bakery now serves coffee, cappuccinos, and lattes in addition to a wide variety of homemade cookies, cakes, and pastries for all occasions. 3845 Old William Penn Highway, Murrysville. 724.519.7741.
SPLASH KITCHEN BATH HOME
From faucets and fixtures to tiles and tops, full custom cabinetry and hardware, SPLASH offers a comprehensive collection of necessities for kitchen, bath, bar, and home. 1237 Freedom Road, Cranberry, 724.772.1060, 4807 William Penn Hwy., Murrysville. 724.733.2600.
A store, a gallery, and a destination, located on a farm dating back to the mid-1880s, this space opens the first Saturday of each month from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., March through December, unless otherwise noted. 566 Paden Road, New Castle. 724.336.5224.
TEN THOUSAND VILLAGES
A Fair Trade retailer of artisancrafted home décor, this shop also sells personal accessories and gift items from across the globe, made by more than 130 artisan groups in some 38 countries. 5824 Forbes Ave., Squirrel Hill. 412.421.2160. pittsburgh.
Turner Dairy has been setting a higher standard since 1930 and takes pride in producing the highest quality of dairy products available. They’ve also been producing Pittsburgh’s favorite iced tea for more than three decades. 1049 Jefferson Road, Penn Hills. 800.892.1039.
Una Biologicals products are made from the highest quality organic ingredients, without harsh chemicals, petroleum, or artificial fragrances. The company believes that your body and your beauty deserve the best that nature offers.
From its noteworthy architecture to its distinctive menu offerings, the University Club suggests style and elegance at every turn for banquets, weddings, and conferences. 123 University Place, Oakland. 412.648.8213.
WEATHER PERMITTING PITTSBURGH
Now in its second year, Weather Permitting is a promotional outdoor weekly concert series held at the Shadyside Nursery. Each Sunday, the nursery transforms into a vibrant event space that features bands, beer from local breweries, food trucks, and a farmers marketplace. 510 Maryland Ave., Shadyside.
WHEEL AND WEDGE CHEESE SHOP
Wheel and Wedge sells a premier selection of regional farmstead cheeses at the Pittsburgh Public Market. Definitely put the Chocolate Raspberry Chèvre from Mackenzie Creamery on your bucket list. 2401 Penn Ave., Strip District. 412.281.4505. pittsburghpublicmarket.org.
THE FAIRMONT PITTSBURGH
Located in the heart of Pittsburgh’s business, cultural, and retail hub, the Fairmont offers superb and distinctive guest services and accommodations in a luxury setting. 510 Market St., Downtown. 412.773.8800.
America’s most famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, designed Fallingwater for his clients, the Kaufmann family. It instantly became famous, and today it is a National Historic Landmark and available for tours. 1491 Mill Run Road, Mill Run. 724.329.8501.
This exceptional 60-acre estate is located in the middle of fox hunting country in the Laurel Highlands. 118 Foxley Lane, Ligonier. 724.238.3916.
GREENE COUNTY TOURISM
The center provides you with everything and anything you need to know about visiting “Nature’s Corner of Northern Charm and Southern Hospitality.” 19 S. Washington St., Fort Jackson Building, Waynesburg. 724.627.8687.
LIGONIER COUNTRY INN
Innkeepers Maggie and PJ Nied have created a relaxed atmosphere, welcoming visitors as old friends. Located in the Laurel Mountains, this B&B is the perfect place for putters, punters, skiers, casting enthusiasts, and even couch potatoes. 1376 US Route 30 East, Laughlintown. 724.238.3651.
OGLEBAY RESORT & CONFERENCE CENTER
A prime business meeting and vacation spot, Oglebay offers golf courses, fine dining, accommodations, and recreation activities for the entire family. 465 Lodge Drive, Wheeling, W. Va. 800.624.6988.
OMNI WILLIAM PENN HOTEL
History defines elegance in this classic, Downtown Pittsburgh hotel. Since opening in 1916, the Omni William Penn has hosted movie stars, politicians, heads of state, and leaders of business and industry. 530 William Penn Place, Downtown. 412.281.7100.
WASHINGTON COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
One of the fastest-growing destinations in America, Washington County is constantly expanding and improving with new businesses and leisure, recreational, and commercial destinations. 375 Southpointe Blvd., Suite 240, Canonsburg. 866.927.4969.
BIKRAM YOGA PITTSBURGH
Fully affiliated and certified by Bikram’s Yoga College of India, this studio is dedicated to providing the highest quality classes and services to the Pittsburgh area. 3418 Penn Ave., Strip District. 412.513.5000. 20273 Rt. 19, Cranberry, 724.814.9676.
THE BREATHE PROJECT
This coalition of residents, businesses, government, and many other groups in Southwestern Pennsylvania that works together to clean up our air for the health of our families and economy.
Experience acupuncture treatments for everything from women’s health, and anxiety, to depression and migraines. 5655 Bryant St., Highland Park. 412.927.4768.
Deepen your practice of yoga and meditation, and better your holistic health. 300 Beverly Road, Mt. Lebanon. 412.344.7434.
JANET MCKEE, HOLISTIC HEALTH COUNSELOR
Janet McKee has a private practice where she helps her clients reach their personal wellness goals with holistic healing and nutrition. 724.417.6695.
PITTSBURGH CENTER FOR COMPLEMENTARY HEALTH AND HEALING
This award-winning, environmentally friendly wellness spa features alternative medicine services and provides a holistic approach to assist you in your transformation to living a life of health and joy. 1124 South Braddock Ave., Suite B, Regent Square. 412.242.4220.
SOUTH HILLS POWER YOGA
This studio offers both heated & nonheated power vinyasa yoga classes, as well as gentle yoga and monthly workshops. 3045 W. Liberty Ave., Dormont. 412.207.9535. 4145 Washington Road, McMurray. 724.260.0011.
MyHealth is a one-stop shop for managing your health. UPMC Health Plan, 888.876.2756.
WINES & SPIRITS
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Harborcreek, Pa.’s first winery is a fusion of an old country setting and modern accents. Its handcrafted wines and hard ciders are sold locally at four farmers markets: Bethel Park, Moon Township, Market Square, and Sewickley. 5727 Firman Road, Erie. 814.580.8375.
ARSENAL CIDER HOUSE & WINE CELLAR
Sip high-quality, artisan-crafted adult beverages in a historic and nostalgic atmosphere. 300 39th St., Lawrenceville. 412.682.7699.
CHRISTIAN W. KLAY WINERY
Award-winning wines are sold at this restored 1880s barn, which is also suitable for private events. 412 Fayette Springs Road, Chalk Hill. 724.439.3424.
From casual tastings and specialty wine education classes, to its Wine of the Month Club, this Strip District shop is a oenophile’s fantasy. 2013 Penn Ave., Strip District. 412.391.1709.
ENGINE HOUSE 25 WINERY
This beautifully renovated firehouse features a main room on the first floor, event space that doubles as a commercial photography studio on the second floor, an operational winery, a wine cellar, and the Clemente Museum. 3339 Penn Ave., Lawrenceville. 412.621.1268.
Take in the total vineyard experience, with a bistro, winery, marketplace, cucina, and villas. 1700 55th Street NE, Canton, Ohio. 330.497.1000.
GLADES PIKE WINERY
Taste 20-plus varieties of award-winning wines. 2208 Glades Pike, Somerset. 814.445.3753.
Cheers to more than 40 distinct wines, from reds and white to blushes. 306 Deerfield Road, Mt. Pleasant. 724.547.6500.
Focused on making small batches of the highest quality wine by using a variety of American and French Hybrid grapes, J&D Cellars delivers the very best vino. 290 Roupe Road, Eighty Four.