Where to Find 17 Vendors of Pittsburgh Public Market

By Abby Dudley | March 01, 2016
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Photograph from the Pittsburgh Public Market

Pittsburgh Public Market officially closed its doors on Sunday, February 28, and we’re really going to miss the eclectic blend of local vendors that the market offered. But even though the ease and convenience of the market is gone, the community is still around! Here’s where to find and continue to support 17 vendors that made their mark on the Pittsburgh Public Market. And let us just say thank you to the market for its years of being the incredible resource that it was. Best wishes! Info gathered from pittsburghpublicmarket.org.

To Eat

  • • BullDawgs: Eccentric all-beef hotdogs that are as original as they are delicious
    New location: In addition to regular weekend round-ups, the truck is at Coffee Buddha on Tuesdays, EDMC on Thursdays, and Nova Place on Fridays.
    Contact: Website | Facebook | Twitter

  • • Gluten Free Goat Bakery: Impossibly delicious gluten-free treats, both savory and sweet
    New location: Order directly for catering and wholesale. New location to be announced.
    Contact: Email | Website | Facebook

  • • La Palapa: Incredible and authentic flavors of Mexico
    New location: Visit the restaurant at 1925 E. Carson St. in the South Side or the truck on 7th and Penn Avenues. 
    Contact: Website | Facebook | Twitter
  • • Lengel Brothers Farm and Market: Fresh and local produce and market items
    New location: Receive its soup and bread through Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) until May 17, and sign up for its summer produce now.
    Contact: Facebook | 724.967.1789.

  • • Ohio City Pasta Pittsburgh: Fresh, handmade pasta out of Cleveland, Ohio
    New location: Enjoy its products at Nova Place in the North Side and at 26th Street Market and Cafe.
    Contact: Website | Facebook | Twitter
  • • Pittsburgh Po’boy: Cajun-inspired sandwiches made fresh and with love
    New location: It’s finalizing a food truck with the help of a Kiva loan
    Contact: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

  • • Steve’s Deli: Innovative and delicious deli sandwiches
    New location: Enjoy select items at Caffe D’amore in Lawrenceville and look for a brand new Bloomfield location to open later this year.
    Contact: Website | Facebook | Twitter

  • • Sturges Orchards and Farm Market: A fruit farm with specialty jams and ciders
    New location: Find your favorite products starting March 5 on 19th Street in the Strip District.
    Contact: Facebook | 724.752.8920.

  • • Warrior King Pastries: Artisan pastry shop with beautifully crafted desserts
    New location: Visit the flagship store at 114 S. Market St., Ligonier.
    Contact: Facebook | 724.624.3880.


To Drink

  • • Caffe D' Amore: Handcrafted coffee with ethically sourced ingredients 
    New location: Visit the store at 5400 Butler St., Lawrenceville.
    Contact: Website | Facebook | Twitter

  • • East End Brewing Company: Locally brewed beer with huge flavor
    New location: Visit the brewery at 147 Julius St., Larimer.
    Contact: Website | Facebook | Twitter 

  • • Red Start Kombucha: Creators of the ancient beverage kombucha, a tea-based fermented beverage
    New location: Keep an eye out for its new space at 433 Graeme St., Downtown.
    Contact: Website | Facebook | Twitter


To Shop:

  • • Backstage Alpaca Shop: Jackets, scarves, and more made from alpaca fleece
    New location: Visit the shop at 148 E. Pitt St., Bedford. An online store is coming soon!
    Contact: Website | Facebook 

  • • Jenn’s Jems: Handcrafted, unique jewelry
    New location: Starting March 5, shop on Saturdays 20th and Penn in the Strip District. The shop will also be at Pittsburgh Creative Arts Festival from March 5-7 and at Steel City Con from April 15-17. An online store is available, too! 
    Contact: Website | Facebook | Twitter

  • • Jonathan Moran Woodworks: Handcrafted, custom-made wood working
    New location: Its shop on 19th Street in the Strip District opens this spring. 
    Contact: Website | Facebook 

  • • The Olive Tap: Gourmet olive oils, salts, and more
    New location: Shop the amazing online store.
    Contact: Website | Facebook 

  • • Glam Earth Natural & Organic Beauty Boutique: Natural and organic beauty products; services; classes and workshops
    New location: 218 E. Main St., Carnegie, opening this April!
    Contact: Website | Facebook
Article from Edible Allegheny at http://edibleallegheny.ediblecommunities.com/shop/where-find-17-vendors-pittsburgh-public-market
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