The Latest Pittsburgh Restaurant News: A New Sushi Bar, Vegan Spot, and Bagel Storefront

What’s happening in the Pittsburgh restaurant scene? Read on to find out…

Kura Revolving Sushi Bar

There’s now a new place to order sushi in Pittsburgh. Kura Revolving Sushi Bar opened in SouthSide Works on September 17. It serves its preservative-free and artificial sweetener-free Japanese cuisine on a lively conveyor belt system.

Sia’s Garden Grown

Pittsburgh Vegans, rejoice! Opened in June, Sia’s Garden Grown in East Liberty is a 100% plant-based casual eatery offering a menu ranging from sandwiches to salads and smoothies. Try one of their grab-and-go options or get something made-to-order, just for you.

Condado Tacos

To celebrate their recent naming as one of the country’s top restaurants for “Cheap Eats,” by USA Today, Condado Tacos is making the food even cheaper with its Throwback Happy Hour. During this time, enjoy $1 off tacos, $5 house margaritas, $7 seasonal margaritas, and more money-saving deals.

An aerial shot of various bagels from Pittsburgh's Three Brothers Bagels
Photo courtesy of Three Brothers Bagels’s Facebook

Three Brothers Bagels

From Instagram to IRL. At the end of August, Three Brothers Bagels opened their first storefront location in Glenshaw. Alongside their signature hand rolled bagels made from locally milled flour from Butler Co., the family-owned and operated business offers pastries (like pumpkin cheesecake muffins and salted chocolate eclairs) and yummy breakfast and lunch sandwiches. Ordering ahead is recommended — Three Brothers Bagels tends to sell out quickly.

City Kitchen

Two new restaurant concepts opened this month at food hall City Kitchen. First came Shaka, serving up Hawaiian cuisine like house-smoked Kalua pork, hula chicken, and expansive poke offerings. Most recently was Charred, which focuses on gourmet burgers and elevated American comfort food. City Kitchen is the former Galley Bakery Square, and you can find out the key difference between the two businesses here.

Redhawk Coffee Roasters

You can now delight in the flavors of Redhawk Coffee from the comfort of your home. The local coffee brand can now be found in the coffee and tea aisle of participating Giant Eagles.

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