Grist House Brewery opened in Millvale in 2014. Photo courtesy of Grist House Brewery.

Pittsburgh continues to make the rest of the world hungry. Just weeks after National Geographic Traveler and the BBC told global trekkers to make a food run to our city, a new feature in amNewYork is telling NYC readers where to dine in the ‘burgh.

am New York, a free daily newspaper in New York City, says “Pittsburgh is known for its manufacturing and tech hubs, affordable rent and world-class education. Now, a new generation of chefs, brewers and entrepreneurs are helping to showcase that western Pennsylvania’s Steel City is also one of the best places to eat and drink in the United States. Here’s where to go now, beyond local institutions like Primanti Brothers and P&G’s Pamela’s Diner.”

For breakfast, they’re fans of De Fer Coffee & Tea and Pear and the Pickle. For lunch, they’re all about Burgh’ers Brewing and The Urban Tap. For an afternoon pick-me-up, they recommend Commonplace Coffee. Then at night, it’s dinner at Legume or beers and food truck deliciousness at Grist House.

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Kidsburgh Editor Melissa Rayworth specializes in stories about culture, gender, design and parenting. She has written for a variety of outlets in the U.S. and Asia, and is a frequent contributor to The Associated Press. Find a selection of her work at