Press House Coffee, 922 Western Ave., North Side and 505 Broad Street, Sewickley

Order your caffeine fix online while you wait for the opening of Press House Coffee’s revamped North Side spot and a brand new location in Sewickley.

G’s on Liberty, 5104 Liberty Ave., Bloomfield

Grainne Trainor, a native of Ireland, wanted to open her neighborhood pub by St. Patrick’s Day, but it looks like it will be late spring before you’ll be able to grab a pint and a plate.

Butler Brew Works, 319 Maryland Ave., Oakmont

The Butler County brewery will sell single cans, mixed four-packs, bottles and merchandise at this 600-square-foot retail space.

Tonic Coffee, 3410 Penn Ave., Lawrenceville

This May, Tonic will release an immersive, multi-sensory experience on coffee, music and art lovers in Lower Lawrenceville.

Recon Brewing, 301 Tillary Lane, Suite A, Cranberry Township

On April 14 at 4 p.m., Recon Brewing will open its second Butler County location at Meeder, a Charter Homes & Neighborhoods community in Cranberry Township.

Photo courtesy of PBR Pittsburgh.

PBR Pittsburgh at Live! Casino Pittsburgh, 5260 Route 30, Greensburg

With plenty of Texas-sized food and beverages, you’re bound to stay at this bull riding-themed bar for longer than eight seconds.

Tupelo Honey, 100 West Station Square Drive, South Side

The national chain specializing in Southern cuisine is expected to chug into Station Square this fall.

Con Alma, 613 Penn Ave., Downtown

This summer, you can delight in eclectic dishes and live jazz when Shadyside-based Con Alma brings its hip aesthetic to the former Bravo Franco space in Downtown’s Cultural District.

Old Thunder Brewing, 340 Freeport Road, Blawnox

There’s still no opening date set for on-site consumption at this post office-turned-brewery, but you can send a love letter to Old Thunder by ordering to-go beer online.

De Fer Coffee & Tea, The Riviera, 350 Technology Drive, South Oakland, and The Highline, 333 E. Carson St., South Side

Strip District-based De Fer now has a space open at The Highline and the owners are putting the final touches on the “South O” location.

Photo courtesy of The Eagle Food & Beer Hall.

The Eagle Food & Beer Hall, 737 Penn Ave., Downtown

The March opening of The Eagle Food & Beer Hall was pushed back, but you’ll soon be able to chow down on Southern staples at the spacious eatery. (We’ll keep you posted.)

Burgh’ers Brewing, The Highline, 333 E. Carson St., South Side

Burgh’ers, a beer-centric burger joint with locations in Lawrenceville and Zelienople, opens this summer at The Highline. A large production brewery is also in the works for an undisclosed area of the city.

Back Alley Brewing, 2975 W. Liberty Ave., Dormont

Five Dormont residents are bringing their back alley brewing operation to the former Dormont Borough Municipal Building, which is being transformed into a spacious taproom with a second-floor event space.

Back to the Foodture II, 2667 E. Carson St., South Side

Part pop culture museum, part restaurant, Back to the Foodture’s second location — the original eatery is at 378 Broadway Blvd. in Pitcairn — will serve gut-busting burgers, fries and wings that’ll make you exclaim “Great Scott!”

Wild Child, 372 Butler St., Etna

Chef Jamilka Borges is bringing her “eclectic coastal cuisine” to landlocked Etna this summer.

Bonafide Beer Co., Penn Avenue and 21st Street, Strip District

We can’t give you a bonafide answer about when this place is opening, but crews are hard at work transforming the former Chicken Latino space into a 1,600-square-foot taproom that will churn out approachable and affordable brews.

Storyville Lounge, 753 E. Warrington Ave., Allentown

The cool cats behind Dr. Tumblety’s Time-Inspired Specialty Shop are opening a speakeasy in the back of their Warrington Avenue storefront. This fall, you can experience a little Big Easy fun at Storyville Lounge with booze created in the on-site distillery.