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Salem Market and Grill

1850 Center Ave., Strip District.

Salem’s Market and Grill will host an Eat, Meet, & Greet at the former Shop N ‘Save store in the Hill District. The long-standing market and restaurant were recently selected to open a grocery store in the neighborhood. The owners hope the event will be an opportunity to introduce themselves to the community and answer questions. Pre-packaged meals will be provided and masks and social distancing are encouraged. The Eat, Meet, & Greet on Wednesday November 17 at 6 p.m.

Salted Paws Pittsburgh

4126 Butler Street, Lawrenceville.

Salty Paws claims this is the state’s first “Doggie Ice Cream Shop & Bakery” and is opening here in Pittsburgh. With cat and dog treats, you can spoil your pet with toys, food, CBD products, and more. Treat your puppy to dog-friendly ice cream, accompanied by a topping bar. The inauguration will take place on Saturday, November 20 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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Old Spirit billboard in Lawrenceville

Fried in Spirit

242 51st Street, Lawrenceville.

Mondays at Spirit’s, you can now pick up a fried pizza, along with their other dishes and cocktails available on the menu. From 7:00 p.m. to 12:00 p.m., find out exactly what a fried pizza is all about while listening to music from a rotating DJ roster. There is no blanket, so you can enjoy food and music at no additional cost.

The good food project

112 E. Sherman Street, Millvale.

An initiative of 412 Food Rescue and Leanpath, The Good Food Project is the region’s first zero waste kitchen. The grand opening will take place on December 6 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. and will include tours of the space, a brand relaunch and dishes prepared by Chef Greg Austin.

Pittsburgh Chinese Restaurant Association

1613 Penn Ave. Strip neighborhood.

In honor of the cultural exchanges between Pittsburgh and Chengdu, China, PCRA will host Pittsburgh Sichuan Cuisine Week, from Friday November 19 to Sunday November 28. Featured restaurants include Little Asia, Szechuan Spice, Jade Grille, Chengdu Gourmet, and Sichuan Gourmet. The Chengdu Foreign Office also provided the PCRA with gifts worth $ 10,000 to give to guests who dine during the week.


Freeda S. Scott