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Tom Friday's Market's small team of grocers hand-trim hanging sides of corn-fed beef and other meats within a cozy storefront that's been grinding out protein since 1955. A rotating menu of weekly specials showcases signature items such as peppered bacon ($3.99+/lb.) and house-made smoked kielbossy and hot italian sausage loaves ($3.99+/lb.), which bask in the chill of glass display cases festooned with neon placards announcing each meat's price, objectives, qualifications, and references. Snapper filets ($8.99+/lb.) join all-natural whole chickens ($1.49+/lb.), which the staff masterfully carves into a variety of specialty cuts such as drumsticks and split breasts. Stuffed hot banana peppers ($3.99+) await cocktail hour after a trip to the oven, and Lorraine swiss cheese and all-natural provolone ($3.99+/lb.) break the windows of nearby food pyramids. Tom Friday's Market also stocks produce, bread, milk, and other sundries.

3639 California Ave
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

Cozy neighborhood coffee shop located in Shaler Township. Sunny atmosphere, free wi-fi, available for meetings in the afternoon or evenings. We have a variety of flavored lattes and brewed coffees, you can create your own! Teas, smoothies, pastries, omelets, breakfast sandwiches, Belgian waffles. Join our Coffee Club - buy

849 Seavey Rd
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

The creative culinarians at Bite Bistro rely on local and seasonal ingredients to prepare the inventive small plates, sandwiches, salads, and sweets that grace the ever-changing menu, dubbed “diverse" and "wonderfully delicious” by Pop City. Above the din of mealtime munching and debates about the alleged benefits of oxygen, a giant blackboard boasts the bistro’s daily offerings—an eclectic blend of eats inspired by Italian, Asian, Cajun, and American cuisine, categorized as small bites ($3–$11), sandwiches ($8–$12), and big bites ($11–$18). Pork-fat frites with herb aioli or butternut-squash soup warm up grumbling tummies in preparation for heartier fare such as a BLT with crabmeat or the roasted-vegetable cassoulet. A lineup of seasonal desserts ($5–$6) including apple cake and chocolate truffle silences the attention-garnering squeals of impetuous sweet teeth.

565 Lincoln Ave
Bellevue,
PA
US

Right By Nature specializes in supplying affordable natural and organic foods in a neighborhood-market environment, and provides the small sector of the population that still requires food with a diverse, affordable selection of organic and everyday products. An array of organic options descends upon the shelves, including Amy's Organic canned soups ($2.89–$3.39), La Prima coffee blends ($11.99), and Bob's Red Mill carb products ($2.99–$10.39). The in-house bakery churns out homemade dentist depressants such as the banana-chocolate-chip bread ($3.25) and a homemade oatmeal-walnut cookie sandwich with buttercream (three for $5.99). The clean, well-kept store also stocks a variety of prepared foods for the cooking-impaired, such as hand-tossed pizzas, fresh sushi, and other fully cooked entrees and sides. Check out the weekly specials to see what's hot, cold, or fresh this week.

2305 Smallman St
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

Baristas at BeanThru fill drive-thru customers' morning cups with a menu of bold espresso, foamy cappuccinos, and aromatic teas. Meticulously selected beans brew into a savory black ambrosia to forge hot coffee, iced coffee, and 12 icy Chiller blends. White-chocolate mochas quench cocoa cravings with Ghirardelli chocolate and a punch of caffeine, and steamy chai lattes thaw frostbitten fingers in a duo of coffee-free flavors. Berries-and-cream protein smoothies fuel sippers with vitamin C, antioxidants, and whey protein, fusing decadence with nutrition like a broccoli-shaped gummy bear. Though not included with this Groupon, driver's-seat diners can also partake of the barista booth's range of on-the-go oatmeal, freshly baked cookies, and toasty belgian waffles.

4221 Ohio River Blvd
Bellevue,
PA
US

Peace, Love and Little Donuts offers dunkables all day long. They start making little donuts from old-fashioned, blueberry, and devil’s-food cakes first thing in the morning. The donuts come in three varieties: Groovy— which features traditional toppings such as powdered sugar—Far Out— which includes frostings such as vanilla, chocolate, maple, raspberry, strawberry, orange, and cream cheese—and Funkadelic, which tops donuts with morsels such as oreo, coconut, jimmies, chocolate morsels, and cereal.

2018 Smallman St
Pittsburgh,
PA
US