Karla Boos, artistic director of Quantum Theatre, shares with TABLE readers a few food-and-drama pairings for a fascinating night out. Look no further for your next dinner and a show.
Headed to see a modern dance performance at Attack Theatre? Start your night up the hill at Piazza Talarico for a slice of pizza or some antipasto and a pre-show glass of wine.
It’s the perfect evening in Downtown’s Cultural District for music lovers. Pair an evening performance of the Pittsburgh Symphony with a visit to Con Alma, Downtown’s popular restaurant and jazz bar.
barebones productions and the Theater’s Adjacent Restaurant Space
The former Superior Motors restaurant space in Braddock continues to provide delicious food and drink offerings with pop-up bar and restaurant service available during select barebones’ performances. Recent shows were paired with pop-ups from Brew Gentlemen, G.S. Sando Co., and Jackie Kennedy Catering. I enjoyed a sublime Scotch egg on a Friday evening after a fantastic show.
Pair a performance at Pittsburgh Savoyards with a bite to eat from Revival. I recently enjoyed a delicious meal at the Bellevue restaurant before walking to see a production at Savoyards by Cross-Stitch Theater, an impressive new company dedicated to amplifying the voices of lesser-heard women.
Story by Karla Boos
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